Umpqua Hot Springs


A favorite of many hot spring enthusiasts, Umpqua Hot Spring is a great place for a soak among the wooded wilds that are part of Oregon's fame.

Type: Natural Hot Spring.
Fees: None.
Driving Instructions: Umpqua Hot Springs is 64.6 miles east of Roseburg. From I-5 Exit 125 in Roseburg, head east on Garden Valley Boulevard to the junction with Highway 99 0.6 miles. Turn right and go to Highway 138/North Umpqua Highway, 0.1 miles. Turn left and head east to Toketee Lake Turn off, Toketee-Rigdon Road/Forest Road 34, 58.6 miles, between mileposts 58 and 59. Turn left and go to the turn off for Umpqua Hot Springs, Forest Road 3401/Thorn Prairie Road, 2.4 miles. Turn right and drive on gravel to the parking area on the left, 2.0 miles




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Comments: Situated on a clifftop perch, Umpqua Hot Springs' view of the North Umpqua River below is one of Oregon hot springs' most memorable. It certainly adds to the soothing pleasure of soaking in this spring.

There are two to three oval pools for soaking above and behind the main, covered pool. The larger pool is tub-like due to the minerals from the spring creating a travertine mound over the centuries that caps the cliffside. The main pool exists sunken into this travertine stone with the view opening like an ampitheater to soakers.

The upper, smaller pool is 4 by 5 feet and 112 degrees F; the lower, larger pool is 5 by 8 feet and 110 degrees F. Both pools are 2-3 feet deep and floored with coarse sand. Use caution when walking around the pools in this area as the wet travertine can be incredibly slipperly. Expect nudity.



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