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Sierra Hot Springs, Sierraville

3.7
#346 of 383 in Nature in California
Hot Spring Nature / Park
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  • The trip to Sierra to Springs was well worth the time. The mineral pools are so warm and relaxing, they can take your mind off any of your worries. We went in the summer and were greeted with pleasant...  more »
  • Try it at least once. We did. My wife loves to explore hot springs when we are on the road. This little funky spot is clean and well maintained. It's funky for me because it's clothing optional and ab...  more »
  • Very laid back, nice facilities, well maintained. We spent the day at the pools, and overnighted at their Globe Hotel in town.  more »
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  • Beautiful small resort adjacent to the Tahoe National Forest. Has several pools of various temperatures. Clothing optional. Very good vibe and a nice atmosphere. Resort has a small hotel and restaurant and many campsites. Hot showers too.
  • We were fascinated by the beauty of this place, it was quiet and peaceful. Just a big minus, clothing is optional and they do not tell you that; however, children who behave well are allowed . We have come with our 4 year daughter, and we regret this; most of the people were naked and without any shame that is unacceptable. They don't have separate dressing rooms, children and adults together.It was a psychic trauma for my kid. If you are good with seeing naked people around then go alone not with children.....
  • Always a nice day at the hot springs! We visit year round. It is enjoyable day or night. You really have to go here to truly appreciate it. The lodge is adorable- rustic, cozy, inviting. All of the pools are easy to get to. People are usually very respectful. If anyone is unruly, the staff are right on it. It is not uncommon for local wildlife to be near. A peanut butter cookie is a must on your way out. Travel slow on the roads. Enjoy your soak!
  • Authentic natural hot springs. There are hot, warm, and cold pools, and a balcony where you can relax and watch the sunset. I felt relaxed and refreshed after visiting and the water made my skin feel nice and soft.
  • Beautiful and relaxing hot springs. People are very chill and respectful. Great place to spend an afternoon soaking and sun-bathing at the base of the stunning Sierra mountains.