Just a couple miles of the Lakeview town, Hunters Hot Springs Resort was built around hot springs that were discovered in 1832 by trappers. Hunters Hot Springs Resort or Geyser Hunters Hot Springs Resort is well known for its Old Perpetual Geyser that erupted every 1-2 minutes, depending on the seasonal water table level.
Hunters Hot Springs Features
Water temperature (in pool): 104°F (40°C) - 107°F (42°C)
Water temperature (source): 185°F (85°C) - 210°F (99°C)
Water acidity level: alkaline (pH=8.2-8.3)
Type of spring: sodium chloride sulfate
Chemical used: none
Access allowed: year-round; for Hunters Hot Springs motel's guests only
Development: motel, big swimming pool
Service: lounge, barbecue grill
Accommodations: motel, RV park, campground
Distance from parking: none
Elevation: 4802 ft (1463 m)
GPS coordinates: 42.220259, -120.369517
Address: 18088 N. Rt. 395, Lakeview, OR 97630
Hunter's Hot Springs is an excellent destination to relax and enjoy the facilities as well as the surroundings. Visitors will have a great experience of soaking in the hot mineral water and seeing the Old Perpetual Geyser. With enough room for a family or a couple, space won't be a problem. So if you are in the area, take a look at Hunter's Hot Springs. You will be surprised at the facilities and at the affordable price, considering all the things you can do in the area.
Directions to Hunters Hot Springs
From Lakeview, drive north for 2.4 miles on US 395.
The Hot Springs Trail Official Guidebook: The Hot Springs Trail is an original 2,370-mile backpacking route, connecting sacred places with healing waters. This incredible thru-soaking journey begins on the Pacific Ocean, in the paradise town of Santa Barbara, California.
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