From the article: Healing Waters - Hot Mineral Springs
What are your favorite hotsprings? Let’s share our resources regarding these powerful places – so more and more of us might benefit from their healing energy! Share Your Favorite
Paso Robles Inn
- Not a outdoors avdenture or hike here. The natural spring hot tubs are right in your hotel room patio. Outdoors yes, but in the quiet setting of garden. This is now my 2nd favorite hot spring in Central Coast California. My fav is the outdoor open air hot tubs at Sycamore mineral hot springs in Avila Beach... Another garden hot tub experience:-)
- —Guest hamilton
Lava Hot springs
- Great for the cold weather months in Idaho and Utah. Great facilities.
- —Guest Amanda
Chena Hot Springs Fairbanks,Ak
- Wonderful experience! I heard a lady as she got out of the springs say "I feel like a new person!" I had a spiritual experience myself. It was like coming home. I went in tired and came out awake and refreshed!
- —Guest Heather-Rina
Yampah Spa, Glenwood Springs
- Ute Indians roamed the Roaring Fork Valley long before silver and gold barons paved Colorado streets. Native Americans found plenty of game to hunt, abundant rivers and streams for fishing, and vapor caves for healing. You, too, can follow the path of the Ute to Yampah Vapor Caves and Spa....located just beyond Glenwood's grand, glorious and massive hot springs pool. Yampah in Ute means Big Medicine. The Caves provided warmth, as well as spiritual and physical healing to all who entered. Its unique combination of minerals is said to remove toxins from the body, producing a relaxed feeling of well-being. I love the smell of sulphur now. Don't worry, the odor is only noticeable as you descend the stairs that lead to the caves. When you sit or recline on a marble slab, your harried soul will find the same relaxing peace that earlier cultures knew. It's hot and steamy, similar to being in a sweat lodge, but it holds and gives so much more. The best bargain in town. $12 for a day pass.
Desert Hot Springs
- Here at the pools of Desert Hot Springs my favorite is Tamarisk Mobile Home Park you can stay a week or months its quite and with 3 jacuzzi springs and 2 swim springs you can always find a spot to either meditate or have a conversation
- —Guest Jen
Healing Waters of Wilbur Hot Springs
- Wilbur Hot Springs is a healing, magical place set on a beautiful 1,800 acre preserve in Northern California - 22 miles from Clearlake or Williams. 2 1/2 miles drive northeast of San Francisco, CA. It's the first concrete poured hotel in California (established 1865) and is a treasured retreat for over-busy tech people like me. The things I love about Wilbur most are: no distractions with phones, Internet or TVs; bring my own food so I don't have to alter my diet and feel sick when I leave (most hotel restaurants do this to my tender tummy); biking & hiking in the most gorgeous flower covered hills with amazing bird-watching;kind and thoughtful caretakers; everyone reverentially whispers and smiles; and best of all the flumes with the 3 hot springs and spring water fed pool are so relaxing and seems a cure-all for my stress. You can take the waters in the Japanese style Onsen with or without clothing. (I'm a little shy so I wear a suit). I do want to take in is the guest chef weekends.
- Here in Oregon we have a number of good places to go, but my favorite is a place called Brientenbush Hot Springs. You can camp, rent a cabin, or stay in the lodge. Your stay includes good vegeterian meals and a variety of great hot springs. They also have a natural steam room. They are on the internet for more info.
- —Guest Pam
Juniper Hot Springs
- Great low-key springs near Juniper Mountain & Lay, Colorado. Camping $10 a night or day use for $5.
- —Guest Luke