Time for an outdoor sauna? Need a truly Nevadan weekend road trip? The Silver State is loaded with amazing hot springs, but not all are safe or easily located. Use our hot springs map to locate a hot springs nearest you! So Reno Road Trippers decided we would start an interactive hot springs map with updated information on hot springs within a road trippable distance from Reno. Many of these locations have free camping sites which we intend to add to the map in the near future. We love to explore our wonderful state and hope to inspire you to get out there. Explore a ghost town, do a little rock hunting, find some opals! Then take a nice relaxing soak.
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|12 Mile (Bishop Creek) Hot Springs |
12 Mile Hot Springs is one of the most scenic places to take an au naturel dip in northern Nevada. Located outside Wells at the foot of the Humboldt Range, this massive, gravel-bottom soaking pool sits right on the creek with views of the rocky cliffs that flank the river’s edge. More
|1862 David Walley’s Resort |
David Walley’s Hot Springs Resort is based at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and located in the historic town of Genoa, Nevada. More
|Alkali Hot Springs |
Once a popular resort a few miles north of the semi-abandoned ghost town of Goldfield, Alkali Hot Springs now consists of two small concrete soaking tubs that vary in temperature from 100 to 108 degrees. While the water can get a bit murky, the remoteness of these springs means you should have them all to yourself. Camping here is also free. More
|Arizona Hot Springs, Boulder, Nevada |
Arizona Hot Springs consists of three tiered hot pools that are nestled in a slot canyon near Hoover Dam. The original source of the spring releases mineralized water at an impressive rate of nearly 30 gallons per minute with a temperature of approximately 111 degrees F.
|Ash Springs Hot Springs, Nevada, |
Ash Springs Hot Springs is a series of shaded natural hot spring ponds. The outflow of the springs creates a small creek with several small pools, which are perfect for bathing. Ash Springs Hot Springs is easily accessible and visible, so remember this if you choose to use one of the pools for bathing.
|Baileys Hot Springs |
Bailey's Hot Springs with crystal clear water is in Southern Nevada, five miles north of Beatty on U.S. Highway 95, and very civilized. A former railroad depot built in 1906, there are now three large private antique bath houses available by the hour. More
|Black Rock Hot Springs |
Black Rock Hot Spring sets in the shadow of Black Rock Point. It was the first water hole for the immigrants who passed across the Black Rock Playa on the Applegate Trail. It hides in a marsh of Tollie Brush near an old shepard's wagon now deteriorating away. More
|Bog Hot Springs, Denio, Nevada, |
While visiting Bog Hot Springs, you can try out different pools to find one with the perfect temperature. Another unique feature is the abundance of water the springs produce, which is approximately 1,000 gallons per minute. More
|Boy Scout Hot Springs, Nevada |
A spectacular hot spring in a narrow canyon, accessible only by boat. A short hike is required from the beach at the mouth of the canyon.
|Buckeye Creek Hot Springs |
A short distance from Bridgeport, CA is the quiet Buckeye Creek Hot Springs with a great campground and boondocking spots available along the canyon. More