• Interactive Oregon Hot Springs Map displays the best hot springs of the Beaver State
One of the features that makes Oregon unique is a geothermal pattern of attractive hot springs that simultaneously matches a rainy climate alongside the Cascade Mountains and the semi-arid climate of Eastern Oregon.
Courtesy of geothermal activity, the state of Oregon has numerous delightful, steamy, comforting hot springs where you can immerse your body to lessen the everyday stress and troubles.
It does not matter if you want to enjoy a cool evening in summer or you are looking for a place to relax and to get warm during a chilly winter day, you can always get it while soaking in mineral-rich geothermal water. Hot springs are not only comforting but also providing plethora therapeutic benefits.
You can enjoy commercial hot springs that are mostly rustic, offering comfortable accommodations while enjoying hot bathing in the middle of nature. The best options are Summer Lake Hot Springs, Crystal Crane Hot Springs, and Hunters Hot Springs.
Lithia Springs Resort in Ashland stands aside offering hot springs experience with touch of luxury.
Hot springs located on BLM land or in National Forests are primitive or undeveloped. Some of them are completely free, while others charge a nominal fee.
Unique geothermal areas Mickey Hot Springs and Borax Lake Hot Springs are not designed for bathing because of extremely hot temperatures, steam, and fragile ground surface. Both sites offer scenic vistas with colorful hot pools similar to Yellowstone National Park.
The comprehensive Oregon Hot Springs Map shows the best natural hot springs throughout the state with locations, short overviews, pictures, videos, and links to the full descriptions.
Austin Hot Springs - Privately owned, closed to the public.
Bagby Hot Springs - Primitive, rustic bathhouses and wood tubs.
Belknap Hot Springs - Resort, gardens, two big swimming pools.
Breitenbush Hot Springs - Retreat and Conference Center, soaking tubs and outdoor pools.
Lower Breitenbush Hot Springs - Primitive, no services.
Cougar (Terwilliger) Hot Springs - Primitive, five cascading pools.
Deer Creek (Bigelow) Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
McCredie Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Umpqua Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Wall Creek (Meditation) Warm Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Alvord Hot Springs - Primitive, two concrete tanks, some services.
Antelope (Hart Mountain) Hot Springs - Primitive, two pools.
Barnes (Frenchglen) Warm Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Beulah Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Borax Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Borax Lake Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Echo Rock Hot Springs. Undeveloped, no service.
Fisher Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Greeley Bar Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Hunters (Geyser) Hot Springs - Resort, big swimming pool, geyser.
Juntura Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Crystal Crane Hot Springs - Rustic resort, hot swimming pond, private soaking tubs.
McDermitt Hot Springs(Easterday Hot Springs | Lucky Seven Hot Springs) - Undeveloped, no services.
Mickey Hot Springs - Geothermal area, no services, no soaking.
Ryegrass Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Snively Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
South Harney Lake Hot Springs - Undeveloped, no services.
Summer Lake Hot Springs - Rustic resort. Large indoor pool, outdoor rock pools.
Three Forks Warm Springs - Undeveloped pools on the bank the Owyhee River.
Willow Creek (Whitehorse Ranch) Hot Springs - Undeveloped, some service.
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