Lithia Springs Resort – Southern Oregon

Located just 3 miles outside of the Ashland downtown, the Lithia Springs Resort provides an unforgettable experience with a touch of luxury in tranquil and beautiful surroundings. The resort offers an outdoor swimming in the mineral pool and soaking in the hot tub. As well most suites and cottages contain …

Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa – Central Oregon

Kah-Nee-Ta is the unique name given to one of the most attractive getaway destinations, and among the most significant hot springs in Central Oregon. The scenic mountain views are only surpassed by hot springs surrounded by majestic rock walls and a belly of the Warm Springs River. Lying about 120 …

Snively Hot Springs – Eastern Oregon

Most of the hot springs in Oregon that attract media and tourist attention are in the developed sections of the state. As hot springs become main attraction destinations within and without the US, these regions are now gradually becoming over-commercialized. However, deep in the depths of eastern Oregon, in a …

Bog Hot Springs | Oregon – Nevada Border

In many ways, Bog Hot Springs are a delightful punctuation to the northwestern Nevada landscape, nestled between the Pueblo Mountains and Steens Mountain. Towards the southern Oregon border is the very heart of Nevada plains, rural and remote as most sage plains are. You may have decided to drive to …

Mickey Hot Springs – Southeastern Oregon

Located on the northern end of the Alvord Desert, Mickey Hot Springs are a series of small thermal systems, that can mostly dry up during dry seasons. After wet years and rainfall, the springs transform into an active thermal area with mud pots, steam vents, and the only natural geyser …

Hunters Hot Springs – Southern Oregon

Hunters Hot Springs, or Geyser Hot Springs were discovered by trappers from the Hudson Bay Company in 1832 but it was named after Harry Hunter, a man who bought it almost 100 years later. At peak temperatures as high as 185 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, the trappers rightfully noted that the spring …

Crystal Crane Hot Springs – Eastern Oregon

Tucked away on the east side of Oregon are spellbinding Crystal Crane Hot Springs. These were formed several hundred if not thousands of years ago to let out hot underground water mixed with minerals out of the confines of the earth. The result was simmering hot springs that attracted ranchers, …

Hot Lake Springs – Northeastern Oregon

Brief History of the Hot Lake Springs Before 1812 the Hot Lake Springs of Eastern Oregon was used as a place to nurse the sick or injured. Robert Stuart from the Wilson Price Hunt expedition discovered the hot springs in 1812. Between the 1840s and 1860s, the Hot Lake Springs became a popular …