Lithia Springs Resort – Southern Oregon

Lithia Springs

Lithia Springs Resort, located 3 miles from downtown Ashland in the Rogue Valley, offers a unique Oregon experience with a touch of luxury. Deep beneath the ground rain and spring water mixed and warmed. Mineral water of Lithia Springs comes at the Earth’s surface at 90° Fahrenheit with a rich mineral…

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Hot Lake Resort – Eastern Oregon

Hot Lake Resort

Hot Lake Resort is located 8.4 miles southeast of La Grande in the southern part of the Grande Ronde Valley of Union County. A historic hotel, an example of the Colonial Revival style, was built over 150 years ago. Hot Lake Resort has a long and fascinated history of prosperity and decline.…

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Cape Perpetua Scenic Area – Oregon Coast

Cape Perpetua

Cape Perpetua Scenic Area is the best destination near Yachats, located in the Siuslaw National Forest. It is 2,700 acres of old growth forests that extend along the coast. The name derives from the English explorer Captain Cook’s when he sighted off the promontory on St. Perpetua’s Day (March 7, 1778).  Cape Perpetua…

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Hot Springs Map

Hot Springs

Hot Springs Map Geothermal Springs are listed on the Oregon Hot Springs Map. Click on the markers to find out more.  Cascades Bagby Hot Springs Belknap Hot Springs Breitenbush Hot Springs Cougar (Terwilliger) Hot Springs Deer Creek (Bigelow) Hot Springs McCredie Hot Springs Umpque Hot Springs Southeast Oregon Alvord Hot Springs…

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Crystal Crane Hot Springs – Eastern Oregon

Crystal Crane Hot Springs

Crystal Crane Hot Springs is a rustic resort on 160 acres, located 25 miles southeast of Burns at the edge of the Alvord Desert. These natural mineral springs are a perfect spot to soak and relax while enjoying a panoramic view of the sagebrush desert and the fairly low southeastern Oregon sky. Crystal…

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Alvord Hot Springs – Eastern Oregon

Alvord Hot Springs

A destination for all seasons, Alvord Hot Springs in Harney County is a stunning location on the southeastern edge of the Oregon state. The springs were named after the Alvord Desert that borders it on the east side. On the west, you will enjoy a stunning view of Steens Mountain that tower from the…

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Hunters Hot Springs – Central Oregon

Hunters Hot Springs

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…

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Summer Lake Hot Springs – Central Oregon

Summer Lake Hot Springs

Summer Lake Hot Springs is a great and secluded place to visit if you’re looking for a cabin experience that is well in tune with nature. There are many cabins that are located all around the Summer Lake Hot Springs area. There is an outdoor set of pools that are…

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Umpqua Hot Springs – Cascade Mountains

Umpqua Hot Springs, located next to the North Umpqua River in the southern part of Oregon Cascades, 60 miles east of Roseburg. The hot springs are available 365 days a year. Previously, it was available for use 24 hours a day, but in April 2016 this area becomes a day-use only. Changes…

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Bagby Hot Springs – Mount Hood National Forest

Bagby Hot Springs. Lower Deck.

Bagby Hot Springs are located in the old-growth Mount Hood National Forest, 67 miles southeast of Portland and 88 miles northeast of Salem. This is the most popular destination and is available for use 24 hours a day, year-round. It can be crowded during weekends and holidays. Sometimes waiting time for…

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