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Nakusp Hot Springs, Chalets, and Campground, Nakusp
Categories: Hot Springs, Nature & Parks
Rejuvenate your muscles in soothing warm water at Nakusp Hot Springs, Chalets, and Campground, immersed in the tranquil surroundings of the Selkirk Mountains in the Kuskanax Valley. Natural mineral springs feed two manmade pools. The hot pool is kept at 107 F (41 C) during the winter and 103 F (38 C) during the summer, while the warm pool retains slightly lower temperatures. Take some time away from the water and hike, bike, sled, and ski to discover over 200 acres (80 ha) of surrounding nature. With our world travel planner, Nakusp attractions like Nakusp Hot Springs, Chalets, and Campground can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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A wonderful place to relax and unwind. The lobby is welcoming, and the staff very helpful. There was a minor power outage while we were there the first night. The staff provided lanterns, and made sur... read more »
Stayed in Nakusp and drove up to the hot springs in the evening. Very busy as was a long weekend, so lots of families in the pool. The water was a perfect temperature and the pool is clean as were the... read more »
Great place to relax and soak away your sore muscles and stiff joints after a day if hiking or skiing.
I have camped and stayed in the cabins a number of times and always have a great time. This isn't a fancy resort but it's very affordable for the budget minded while having everything that you need. The water is perfect and all the staff have been friendly and helpful. Will definitely return
Clean and super relaxing. I like it more than some of the other more expensive hit springs in the area.
After visiting natural hot springs these pools are a bit of a disappointment. It's basically a $10 visit to a swimming pool. My seven year old still had a good time and the campsite was decent.
We tent camp here yearly, always very nice and quiet. Easily within driving distance of some other great hosp rings, as well as places like Nelson. Staff are friendly and the facilities are clean. We will definitely continue our yearly tradition of coming here.
Camped in the RV section with the river behind us roaring all night...very nice white noise. Wanted to get in the hot spring...but they don't open until 9am...I wanted in at 6am when it was still cool outside. By 9am it was already like 90 degrees on July 1, and I did not want to sit in a hot spring when it was that hot. Should have longer hours in the summer to account for potentially hot weather during the day, and people who would want to bathe after the temps cool off.
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