Fisher Hot Springs provide a great secluded soaking opportunity for hot water lovers who prefer calmness and isolation. Located on the southeastern edge of Warner Valley in the high desert at 4,500 feet above sea level, this remote location offers a gorgeous view of hills, Hart Mountain, and the picturesque stretch of the valley.
The source of Fisher Hot Springs is located on the hill approximately 50 yards from a soaking tub. The extremely hot flow (154.5°F) of the thermal springs is transferred by a hose from the stream to the soaking tub. While the thermal water is transferred, it gets somewhat cooler and came to the tub with temperature about 140°F. Still very hot for soaking. Water should be diverted and allowed to cool. For these reasons, it is a common practice to leave the tub a half-empty with the turned away hose. The water in the tub will cool down and ready for next visitors.
Region: Warner Valley • Southeastern Oregon • USA
Access allowed: Year-round
Service: No services
Accommodations: Camping is allowed on BLM land
Distance from parking: Short
Elevation: 4482 ft (1366 m)
GPS coordinates: 42.2888,-119.791
Phone (BLM): (541)947-2177
Water temperature (source): 154°F (68°C)
Water acidity level: Weak alkaline (pH=7.93)
Type of spring: Sodium bicarbonate chloride
Chemical used: None
Fisher Hot Springs is partially located on the public BLM land, but the parking area is on a private property. Camping is allowed on any BLM land. You can stay overnight in the parking area but no any services are available. Please keep this place clean and do not abuse the privilege of accessing the springs.The closest groceries and gas are in the town of Adel, 14 miles to the southwest or Lakeview, 42 miles west.
A high-clearance vehicle is recommended for last 10.5 miles. Fisher Hot Springs are available year-round but don't drive on the dirt road during rainy weather and wet seasons, the road can become inaccessible.
Directions to Fisher Hot Springs
From the town of Adel, follow via OR 140 east 5 miles to the milepost 33. Just after milepost 33 turn left onto the dirt road,
head north 5.5 miles to a junction, bear the left and after 0.2 miles take the left fork. Drive for about 5 miles to a parking area with a fire pit on the right. Almost at the end of the trip, you will see a ranch on the left.