Hot Springs and Mineral Springs Spas offer an on-site source of natural mineral, thermal or seawater used in hydrotherapy treatments, while communal Bath Houses offer hydrotherapy and wellness services not necessarily relying on mineral waters.
The resulting benefits of each are the backbone of “balneotherapy”, defined by the Collins English Dictionary as “the branch of medical science concerned with the therapeutic value of baths, especially those taken with natural mineral waters”.
Balneotherapy as a field of study is truly ancient and has been an accepted part of education in medical schools worldwide, particularly in Europe and Asia.
The practice has thrived most in regions where ample water sources exist. Click the icons below () to browse our favorite destinations to take the waters. Some of our favorites are rustic springs carved into riverbanks and mountains, others are public bath facilities (which may not necessarily use mineral waters), and stiill others are beautiful resorts taking advantage of the availability of mineral waters in the pools and soaking rooms. Whether you like rustic, natural, luxury or full service, you’ll love the water at each of these hot springs and mineral springs locations.
Chena Hot Springs Resort
The resort is truly a one-of-a-kind destination whether you are interested in Aurora viewing tours, relaxing in the hot springs, enjoying an “appletini” in the Aurora Ice Museum, getting a fabulous therapeutic massage, taking dog sled or cart rides, enjoying flight-seeing tours or any of the other fabulous activities offered year-round. Come visit with us today! Chena is a scenic 60 miles from Fairbanks. Shuttle available.
Hot Springs National Park
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Water. That’s what first attracted people, and they have been coming here ever since to use these soothing thermal waters to heal and relax. Rich and poor alike came for the baths, and a thriving city built up around the hot springs. Together nicknamed “The American Spa,” Hot Springs National Park today surrounds the north end of the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Come discover it for yourself.
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Located On Historic Bath House Row in beautiful downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas, the Buckstaff is the only remaining operational bath house within the boundaries of the Hot Springs National Park and has been in continuous service since 1912.
Calistoga Spa Hot Springs
Calistoga, California – Napa County
Located in the Upper Napa Valley, the alluring mineral pools of Calistoga Spa Hot Springs have been a mainstay of Napa Valley visitors for generations.
Firebaugh, California – Fresno County
Mercey Hot Springs’ mission is to provide a natural and unspoiled recreational area and retreat for the benefit of the public while implementing Renewable Energy and Ecologically Friendly systems and resources wherever possible to minimize any negative impact to the environment. Hot tubs, outdoor swimming pool, lodging, RV hookups.
Beverly Hot Springs
Los Angeles, California
Located just 10 minutes from downtown and 15 minutes from Beverly Hills lies LA’s only 100% Natural Hot Springs Spa. Beverly Hot Springs offers soaking pools as well as a full menu of day spa services, massage, saunas, acupressure, beauty treatments, dining options, and more.
Harbin Hot Springs
Middletown, California – Lake County
Schedule a break from your routine at this retreat and workshop center hidden in the wine region north of Calistoga. Enjoy natural hot spring pools, clothing-optional sunbathing, 1700 acres of hiking, daily classes, yoga, ongoing workshops, professional massage, Watsu®, and delicious vegetarian meals.
Mono Hot Springs
Fresno County, California
Mono Hot Springs offers a wilderness experience of scenic hiking, swimming, trout fishing, boating, horseback riding, exploring for swimming, hot springs, cafe, hot mineral baths, spa, massage, general store, historic cabin accommodations with WiFi.
Desert Hot Springs
Desert Hot Springs, California – Riverside County
A small spa community in Coachella Valley. Most hotels and motel offer pumped hot mineral water used in Jacuzzis and therapy swimming pools. Situated high overlooking the Palm Springs area, these boutique resorts are known world-wide for the natural, healing, hot mineral water.
Carlsbad Mineral Water Spa
Carlsbad, California – San Diego County
Couples spa treatments and mineral baths in private theme room. Your therapist will work with you from beginning to the end with no interruption or waiting time between treatments providing you complete relaxation. All therapists are professionally licensed.
Franklin Hot Springs
Paso Robles, California – San Luis Obispo County
The grounds located near Paso Robles on the Franklin Lake Aquaculture Farm are open daily for guests to enjoy boating, fishing, picnics, and enjoying the mineral hot springs. There is a sizeable paint ball field as well. Day use fees are collected on the honor system.
Sierra Hot Springs
Sierraville, California – Sierra County
New Age Retreat and Workshop Center; indoor and outdoor soaking pools; massage; lodging; camping; dining. For almost 150 years, this land has hosted popular hot springs resorts. The spring water here is as smooth as silk and the pools, which are open 24 hours a day, are a true experience. Within the last several years, two of the springs have been beautifully redeveloped.
Vichy Hot Springs Resort and Inn
Ukiah, California – Mendocino County
Vichy Hot Springs Resort and Inn is designated as California Historical Landmark No. 980. Established in 1854, Vichy Springs has 18 rooms and 4 cottages, naturally sparkling 90º mineral baths, a communal 104º soaking pool, an Olympic size swimming pool (seasonally), therapeutic massage, herbal facials, more.
Saratoga Springs Retreat Center
Upperlake, California – Lake County
This retreat specializes in exclusive use for your group or classes. Hot mineral pool for Watsu®, hiking trails, fire pit, labyrinths and drumming circles. Studio for yoga, breath work and other healing arts.
Wilbur Hot Springs
Wilbur Springs, California – Colusa County
A Sanctuary for the Self in Northern California’s coastal range. Guests appreciate the natural healing mineral waters and more – the hotel’s unique and rustic charm, the solitude and peace found here, the many opportunities to reconnect with nature, and taking part in enjoyable recreational activities afforded in a private 1,800-acre nature preserve.
Dunton Hot Springs
Neither the impossible beauty of the drive beside the West Fork of the Dolores River, the road perched above haunting beaver ponds nor the dancing light through the aspen groves prepares you for the first sight of Dunton Hot Springs. A Ghost Town so lovingly restored, so honestly weathered, nestling beneath the glistening snow fields of the San Juan peaks.
Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs
Box Canyon Lodge welcomes visitors all year to enjoy 135 to 155-degree Sulphur-free hot springs. Terraced on the mountainside, the outdoor redwood spas (at 103 to 108 degrees) are situated so you can enjoy the mineral hot springs and the spectacular 360-degree views of the mountains surrounding Ouray.
Cottonwood Hot Springs and Spa
Buena Vista, Colorado
Historic Hot Spring; three soaking pools; massage, dining, lodging. Old West style country inn nestled in a high mountain natural ecosystem area of the majestic Collegiate Peaks Range. Bordered by Cottonwood Creek and surrounded by the San Isabel National Forest. Come soak in Colorado’s purest, geothermal, gravity-fed mineral spas.
Hot Sulphur Springs Spa
Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado
One of the nation’s oldest, largest and finest natural hot mineral springs resort and spa, where the Ute Indians once bathed, healed mind, body, and spirit. Minerals in our water include sodium, sulfate, chloride, silica, potassium, calcium, fluoride, magnesium and trace elements of arsenic and lithium, all of which are good for the inside and outside of the body.
Indian Springs Resort
Idaho Springs, Colorado
Full service, historic resort; cave baths, soaking pools, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, massage, spa treatments, mud baths, dining, camping, lodging. Built into the solid rock mountain side, between 1903 And 1911. One cave for Men and another for Women, each with several huge, sunken, walk-in hot tubs filled with naturally hot mineral water at temperatures from 104 to 112 degrees.
Mt. Princeton Hot Spring
Enjoy a one-day hot springs experience or relax with an overnight stay at this unique family friendly Colorado hot springs resort. The soaking pool next to the Historic Bath House is one of the most popular pools at Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort. The hot springs soaking pool is typically kept about 105 degrees Fahrenheit.
Springs Resort and Spa
Pagosa Springs, Colorado
Come experience one of America’s most eco-friendly and green-built luxury hotels. Unlimited, 24-hour access to twenty three beautiful therapeutic hot mineral spring pools is just steps away. Combine the naturally hot therapeutic mineral waters of our soaking pools with body treatments, facials, nails, hair and skin services for the ultimate in health, relaxation, and pampering.
Waunita Hot Springs Ranch
Providing guests with wellness for over 40 years. Located high up in the Colorado Rockies and surrounded by Gunnison National Forest land and summer pasture, we provide a relaxing, laid back atmosphere for you, your family and your friends. Maybe it’s the water! We are blessed with an almost unlimited supply of crystal clear hot springs water…about 300,000 gallons a day. That means you can use all the hot water you wish and never be concerned about running out. Our swimming pool feels like a warm bath – 95 degrees most of the time – the favorite gathering spot after the evening’s activities. And the pool is huge by comparison. The generous supply of hot water also means there’s plenty for keeping the lodges cozy and warm.
Yampah Hot Springs and Vapor Caves
Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Natural underground steam baths located in a historic hot springs mountain retreat. Hot mineral waters flow through the cave floors at 125 degrees F. to create our natural geothermal steam baths. In addition to the Vapor Caves, we now offer a full range of contemporary health and beauty treatments.
Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch
Our Ranch was built in the 1920s on the site of an active natural hot springs which feeds directly into a swimming pool, providing a soothing, “therapeutic” swim and soak experience. The pool, with deck and lounge chairs, is a perfect place to pass the many sunny afternoons at the Ranch, or refresh after an invigorating hike or bike, and it provides an incomparable moon rise and star gazing experience.
Lava Hot Springs
Lava Hot Springs, ID
Bubbling out of natural underground springs, the hot water is laden with minerals, but has no sulfur and therefore no unpleasant odor. The spring’s temperatures range from 102 to 112 degrees. Visit our Massage Center for pure, natural relaxation available to complete your Hot Pool experience.
Original Springs Hotel and Spa
A historic hotel with 36 guestrooms, indoor heated mineral water swimming pool, and a game room area. Our guestrooms are a mix of respect of our past and enjoyment of today’s comfort. Wireless internet is available throughout the hotel. We have several hotel packages that include Room, Spa, and dining in our cozy Restaurant.
Boulder Hot Springs Inn and Spa
B&B rooms come complete with a hearty, satisfying, nutritious breakfast prepared for each guest. Rates also include use of mineral pools and spa. The natural geothermal mineral baths and steam rooms are an important part of the spa facilities at Boulder Hot Springs Inn and Spa. Enjoy massage, healthy outdoor exercise, nutritious food, and a natural environment of healing.
Bozeman Hot Springs
The Bozeman Hot Springs includes 9 different pools, dry and wet saunas, a day spa, a fitness center, a juice bar, and a day care – all conveniently located just minutes from Gallatin International Airport, Yellowstone National Park, and Big Sky Resort.
Steamboat Hot Springs
Steamboat Hot Springs is a historic landmark 7 miles south of Reno, Nevada. Hydrotherapy in combination with sound, color, light, and massage therapy, creating a comprehensive system that promotes health and healing. Our talented staff incorpore some of the world’s most innovative and effective techniques and technologies for health and rejuvenation.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
The Albuquerque Baths is new urban spa is designed for relaxation with a beautiful, comfortable and communal setting. Stop in and enjoy a long soak in a solar-heated hot tub and a cleansing sweat in an authentic Finnish cedar sauna. Cool off with a dip in the Blue Hole, rest in our beautiful garden courtyard and then do it all again.
Ten Thousand Waves
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Our humble beginning was a small bathhouse in 1981. We are now a beautiful B&B and Japanese Spa, with much more than just bathing. All our massages, spa treatments, and skin care regimens are designed to compliment that amazing feeling of release that occurs when we settle into a big pool of hot water.
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
Blackstone Hotsprings is located in the historic downtown hot spring district of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Our lodging guests enjoy newly remodeled luxury accommodations, with a custom tub for unlimited private soaking in each lodging room. Both Lodging guests and walk-in bathers can use our spa – The Wet Room – a tropical paradise, with water features flowing from the hotspring for soaking, steaming, showering and massage. Two historic baths (pictured) are also available.
Charles Motel and Spa
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
Characteristic and historic 1940’s style motel and mineral bath house. Spa services include massage therapy, reflexology, holistic healing, Ayurvedic consultation, wraps and 112 °F mineral baths. Twenty remodeled apartment-style motel units, nine private individual drain and fill soaking tubs with both hot and cold water. Group tub on the roof. Massage therapy and spa service available.
Fire Water Lodge
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
The Lodge offers 3 rooms. Hot mineral tubs are the main feature in each room. The Lodge is situated on top of a very hot geothermal aquifer known for its high percentage of healing minerals without the unpleasant odor of sulfur. The water is crystal clear. Each room rate includes a full breakfast for two and unlimited mineral bathing. Hourly rate available for day guests and massage.
Hay-Yo-Kay Hot Springs and Artesian Hot Mineral Water Bath House
Truth or Consequences, NM
Hay-Yo-Kay Hot Springs, originally known as Hot Springs Bath House, was constructed in 1920 and is oldest, continuously operating bath house in town. Six (6) private pools of hot mineral water, each fed by its own artesian spring. Water temperatures range from @98 degrees F to 108 degrees F (104 degrees F = 40 degrees C).
La Paloma Hot Springs & Spa
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
Our historic inn was the first car park in T or C, constructed for the workers building the Elephant Butte Lake Dam. La Paloma is one of only a few remaining natural flow artesian hot springs bathhouses in the U.S. Water flows up directly from the source into our five rock-bottomed pools. We offer eco-friendly historic and contemporary lodging, and affordable spa services.
The Pelican Spa
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
Featuring affordable overnight lodging, including rooms, apartments and a loft, some with private mineral baths and others adjacent to mineral spa bath. The Pelican Spa is within easy walking distance to T or C’s downtown galleries, restaurants and shops.
Riverbend Hot Springs
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
Located in the historic town of Truth or Consequences and near Spaceport America, Riverbend is an affordable, smoke free, hot springs spa, where our guests can relax in a beautiful, laid back environment. Riverbend is one of the best hot springs in the southwest for its clean, comfortable pools and its unmatched views of the Rio Grande river and Turtleback mountain.
Sierra Grande Lodge & Spa
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
The Hotel at Sierra Grande provides a relaxing New Mexico vacation destination with rustic charm and timeless elegance infused into each room. The full service spa offers visitors the finest holistic spa treatments designed to melt away stress and tension. Mineral baths are included in room rates. Day guests are welcome to visit for a modest fee.
Jemez Springs, New Mexico
The property and hot springs pool are located along the Jemez River (a natural “cold plunge”), in Jemez Springs, New Mexico. The property is the site of the oldest bath house in the area, which was built sometime in the mid to late 1800’s. No lodging available, but day guests welcome. A wonderful place to relax in a hammock near the river with a good book, and if you get hungry, there are restaurants within walking distance.
Jemez Springs Bath House
Jemez Springs, New Mexico
Reflecting the tranquility of the Jemez Valley by nurturing the health and well-being of mind, body and spirit. Escape to the Jemez to relax, unwind and rejuvenate with natural mineral soaks and therapeutic massage! The Jemez Springs Bath House is owned and operated by the Village of Jemez Springs, and offers mineral soaks and healing massage by licensed therapists in private treatment rooms.
College Point, New York
Spa Castle is a 5 stories high and 100,000 square feet bath house, the perfect combination of traditional Asian saunas and luxurious European spas. Enjoy numerous innovative spa and sauna systems, four different heated mineral pools in the center of the indoor spa, dry and wet sauna rooms, massage, spa treatments.
Gideon Putnam Hotel
Saratoga Springs, New York
Gideon Putnam Resort combines historic character with exceptional service and modern facilities for the ideal Saratoga Springs spa vacation. Roosevelt Baths & Spa offers mineral baths, with each bath is set up for individual use. Offered individually for 40 minutes or before any treatment for 20 minutes, guests are encouraged to relax and experience this legendary Upstate New York hydrotherapy at their leisure. Read a blogger’s 2010 review with photographs
Saratoga Turf and Spa Motel
Saratoga Springs, New York
We invite you into the unique environment of our mineral spa. Explore the healing minerals of Saratoga water while luxuriating in the soothing heat of our hot tubs. No matter what the season, you will be surrounded by the warmth of its rustic setting.
Hot Springs Spa & Resort
Hot Springs, North Carolina
Come to where Mother Nature waved her magical wand and created one of the most natural of all wonders, Natural Hot Mineral Waters. Heated deep within the earth, these crystal clear carbonated waters are world famous for their mineral content and legendary healing powers. We feature modern Jacuzzi style hot tubs built into attractive wooden decks with the hot natural mineral water flowing constantly to them from deep inside the earth.
Bagby Hot Springs
Mt. Hood National Forest, Oregon
Bagby Hot Springs is managed by the USDA Forest Service and is open for 24 hour use. There are three bath houses at the site. The main bathhouse has five cedar log tubs each in a private room. The lower bathhouse has three log tubs and a large round tub located on an open deck. The upper bathhouse is has one large round tub on an open deck.
Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa offers a variety of accommodations such as rooms with private balconies, teepees and even a full-service RV Park. Take in the incredible landscape on a scenic horseback ride, or from the fairway on our 18-hole championship golf course. Enjoy the bounties of the land at our luxurious full-service spa…or by barreling down a water slide into our hot springs-fed, double-Olympic sized pool.
Lithia Springs Resort
Deep beneath the lawns and gardens of the Lithia Springs bubbles Ashland’s hot springs, unique hot mineral water reminiscent of the soft mineral waters of Europe. While thewater at Lithia Springs Resort is naturally highly alkaline, it also has a high level of positive ions. Relax and enjoy a good soak in what the Indians considered “holy water.”
Breitenbush Hot Springs
aNestled in the beautiful Oregon Cscade Mountains, Breitenbush Hot Springs is a retreat and conference center with healing waters, sauna and hot tubs. Book a Personal Retreat, take a Workshop, enjoy one of our Daily Well Being Programs, or simply to experience the peace of one of the last areas of Old Growth Forest.
Omni Bedford Springs Resort
For spa enthusiasts, Springs Eternal Spa at the Omni, a 30,000-square-foot full service spa, is one of the few spas in the country utilizing natural spring water in all of its treatments. The spa’s treatments are inspired by the resort’s eight mineral springs, first used by the local Native Americans for their healing properties.
Hot Springs, South Dakota
Try our waterslides or relax in our gigantic pool filled with rejuvenating naturally warm mineral water (87 degrees F). This sparkling spring water flows from an enormous thermal spring at a rate of 5000 gallons a minute. The therapeutic “healing” water has soothed visitors for over one hundred years. Today it’s no different, only with more excitement available with three Waterslides, Tarzan Rings, Fun Tubes, Kids Pools and a full service Health Club. Enjoy some quality time with your family at Evans Plunge, it will make everyone feel younger.
Chinati Bath House
El Paso, Texas
Chinati Hot Springs is in the Chinati Mountains of West Texas. Opened in the 1930’s by the Kingston family, the natural spring has provided healing waters to the indigenous people of the area for thousands of years. Today, the Springs offer a peaceful atmosphere for people to relieve themselves of the stresses of everyday life and discover the restorative waters that have made this area so magical.
Krause Springs is a camping and swimming site located in the Hill Country, about 30 miles west of Austin. There are 32 springs on the property. Tent and RV sites are both available. Guests are welcome swim, relax and stroll through the Butterfly Gardens; The manmade and natural pools have some of the cleanest natural Texas spring water flowing through it non-stop.
Tucked away in the majestic Wasatch Mountains, the Homestead Resort is an all-season hotel in the heart of “Utah’s Alps.” Enjoy Spa services and numerous recreational activities, including the Homestead Crater, where you can swim, snorkel, scuba dive, or take a warm mineral bath inside a 55-foot limestone cavern.
Mystic Hot Springs
Natural hot springs. Soothing soaking, grassy tent campsites, pioneer cabins, tropical fish ponds, hiking, biking and more! We take pride in keeping our facility clean, safe and welcoming by prohibiting alcohol, nudity, glass containers and illegal activities in the hot springs or any public area. Dogs are welcome as long as they are well-behaved, except up around the soaking pools.
Crystal Hot Springs
Crystal Hot Springs is one of the most unique sources of waters because it is one of only two places in the entire world that has the hot springs and cold springs separated by less 50 feet. By using the two springs, bathers are afford the optimal soaking conditions in each of the pools. The grounds have a large main soaking pool, plus 2 smaller hot tubs with jets. There is also a mid-sized swimming pool with a water slide, and an Olympic-regulation sized pool available in the summer months. Camping facilities are available.
Doe Bay Resort
Orcas Island, Washington
We are a relaxing waterfront resort on over 38 acres on Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands, with houses, rustic cabins, yurts, a hostel and campsites available for your enjoyment. Hike our hills and walk our beaches and end your day in the Doe Bay Spa. Take a sauna and soak in our mineral water tubs with water piped from the beach into two deck tubs. A third is used as a “cold plunge” tub.
Goldmyer Hot Springs
Goldmyer Hot Springs is a gem of the wilderness found nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, roughly 25 miles east of North Bend, WA. Amenities are limited, but include an open-air cabana at the hot spring pools, campsites, outhouses, picnic tables, and a bike rack. Visitors arrive via rugged hiking trails through old growth forest and waterfalls.
Carson Hot Springs Resort
Carson Hot Springs were discovered in 1876 by Isadore St.Martin when he noticed steam and found the hot springs bubbling up among the rocks. By 1901 the hotel was completed, and cabins and a bathhouse were added in 1923 and are still being used today. Hotel and day guests are welcome to “take the waters” at this historic site. Spa services include mineral baths, wraps, sauna, massage.
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
Port Angeles, Washington
Spending the night in a rustic, charming Sol Duc cabin is the ideal way to experience Sol Duc’s serenity and the supremely relaxing hot springs on the Olympic Peninsula in northwest Washington. Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort offers three Mineral Hot Spring soaking pools and one Freshwater Pool. Temperatures vary between the pools allowing you to find the perfect one to relax and soak in.
White Sulphur Springs, WV
Since 1778, people have traveled to The Greenbrier to “take the waters” and bathe in the white sulphur spring water. Today, The Greenbrier’s world-renowned mineral spa offers a variety of services designed to bring you relaxation and comfort. Luxuriate in a whirlpool bath or soak up the healing properties of the native sulphur waters.
Thermopolis Hot Springs Park
Thermopolis is home to the World’s largest mineral hot spring. Swim, soak or slide into adventure at one of our spas, filled with the healing waters of the mineral hot spring. Spas feature indoor and outdoor pools, relaxing sauna and steam rooms and huge water slides for the kids. Visit Hot Springs State Park and see a Buffalo herd bring to life visions of an old west frontier where Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid made Thermopolis a regular stop.
Hellie’s TePee Pools & Spa
The TePee pools and spa are open daily. Exhilarating hot water fun is packed into several attractions and additions. Pools and Spa are available inside and outside along with a sauna, steam room, hot tub, massage by reservation, slides and game room. Kid and Family Friendly.
Saratoga Resort & Spa
Take a dip in the Saratoga Resort & Spa’s healing mineral hot springs. The incredible high mineral content and no sulphur odor ranks these springs with the world famous German springs. Guests enjoy on-site dining with hand-crafted microbrews are available, pampering spa treatments, healing mineral hot springs, numerous activities, comfortable accommodations, and a friendly staff.
The natural thermal waters, hot springs and mineral springs in Canada and Europe are abundant. We’ve selected a few of our favorites for this guide, but don’t miss browsing our Canadian and European Spas Guide by using the navigation menu from our home page.
The Blue Lagoon is a unique geothermal spa where guests relax in warm geothermal seawater. Facilities include modern dressing rooms and showers, indoor pool, conference room, and restaurant. A geothermal beach, lava caves and silica mud are parts of the lagoon area. In addition to bathing in the lagoon, guests enjoy relaxing in a lava cave and geothermal steam bath.
Caldea Thermal Spa
The Escaldes-Engordany region has an abundance of natural thermal water springs which led to the birth of spas. Guests to Caldera enjoy a thermal spa unlike any other, with spectacular facilities, baths, a Hammam, a Japanese garden, outdoor Jacuzzis and a private solarium, water beds, and the aquatic bar and its Gaudí-inspired terrace. Relaxation is essential in order to enjoy the benefits of Caldea after bathing and fitness sessions, and infrared services and sunbathing is encouraged.
Ainsworth Hot Springs
British Columbia, Canada
The springs originate in the Cody Caves area, which is directly above and to the west of Ainsworth Hot Springs. The water works its way down through porous rock to a depth of 1-1/2 to 2 km. The water picks up temperature at a rate of 40C per km down until it strikes what is known as the Lakeshore Fault.
Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain
Blue Mountains, Ontario
This award-winning spa is renowned for the outdoor Scandinavian Baths experience. Guests spend hours soaking whilst enjoying the serenity of the surrounding natural environment. Minutes from Collingwood & Blue Mountain Resort, the year-round experience offers Registered Massages, Getaway Packages & a delicious Bistro.
Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Resort
Located in historic downtown Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Temple Gardens features Canada’s largest therapeutic Geo-Thermal Mineral Water indoor/outdoor rooftop pool, a Leading Spas of Canada treatment facility, and an array of relaxing hotel guestrooms and suites which include signature terry cloth robes for use during your stay, and free High-speed wireless Internet. Sun Tree Spa is named after the Sun Tree that was built by local Moose Jaw artists, saved from demolition, and moved to its current home at Temple Gardens in 2002.