Sierra Hot Springs, Sierraville

3.7
#361 of 399 in Nature in California
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  • This is my second visit to the Sierra Hot Springs. The energy of this natural and incredibly comfortable Hot spring will definitely heal what ails you. We also stayed at the Globe Hotel which is also ...  more »
  • We visited Sierra Hotsprings after spending a few days in Lake Tahoe. We are long time naturists and have been to Sierra Hotspring's sister facility at Harbin Hotsprings many times. Sierra is a smalle...  more »
  • Well, this has to be one of the weirdest places I've ever been! My boyfriend and I saw 'hot springs' on the map and thought 'oh....that sounds wonderful!!' - it was not wonderful.... Clothing is optio...  more »
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  • I came here for a night for my birthday. The pools are 24hr access and it's super peaceful and beautiful. Kitchen to cook, camping spots for our own space, showers by the pools, and it's all within walking distance. Prices are reasonable too. Just wish I had enough money to buy a handmade cat hat ♡
  • It's a private clothing optional hot spring located in the forest. I love all of the three hot springs for their own qualities. This is a fantastic spot to shut the mind down and do some deep refreshing meditation. I have gone here for several years and since their sister location burnt down in Ca last year they have made some significant upgrades. They are putting some extra effort on the entire property and it looks great. I hope to keep coming for many years to come.
  • First hot spring I've been to, but it was an ok experience. I didn't really care for the fact you had to walk a pretty long distance along an unlit path. The facilities were pretty decent and the dinner at the cafe/restaurant was pretty good.
  • Well it sounds the same , too bad!! We hit this place in its golden years. Used to be beautiful, its on Sacred Land and now they cater to burners from the burning man festival every year that trash the place. No one I saw showers any more before entering the water. My daughter slipped in throw up at the dome pool it was there for a day. My husband picked up about a bag of trash along the trail, We all got sick here :( so sad!!
  • Super chill, clothing optional hot springs. Consciousness expanding, community building. Bring a friend or come for quiet meditation or both.

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