5 Hot Springs In The U.S. For Every Type Of Traveler
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5 Hot Springs In The U.S. For Every Type Of Traveler

Arizona , California , Colorado , new mexico , wyoming
Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Nov 9, 2020

If you’re looking for a different travel experience, especially as we approach the winter season, take a trip to a natural hot spring. There are a variety of hot springs in the U.S. ranging from spa-like environments to a more outdoorsy feel. 

Here are 5 must-see hot springs in the U.S. for every type of traveler:

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I want to bathe here forever and ever.

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These hot springs are perfect after spending the morning hiking. Located on California State Park property, these hot springs allow you to experience beautiful views of the Sierras.

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If you’re into luxury travel, this resort is perfection and filled with secluded pools, guided hikes, access to the hot springs and meals are included in your stay. 

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Head to Riverbend Hot Springs for gorgeous views of the Rio Grande. 

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Nestled in the majestic valleys and flower-dotted 🌸🌼meadows of the Colorado Rockies is the luxuriously understated Dunton Hot Springs @duntondestinations ,a small and exclusive resort. Perfectly restorated, this tiny ghost town is made up of a series of hand-hewn log cabins which are handsomely furnished with features such as hand-picked period antiques; it seriously feels like we’re living in another time. There is a life-worn saloon where guests gather for meals, a bath💦 house containing indoors and outdoors restorative hot springs, a dance hall for fancy footsteps, and plenty of lung torturing trails👣 to keep us busy. There is no where else in the world like this romantic old mining town where we’re spending a couple of rejuvenating days with friends. You’ve got to come see it for yourself; after all, this place is on PKs List of Bucketlist Hotels!📲 @relaischateaux #duntonhotsprings #duntondestinations #ghosttown #hotsprings #bucketlist #SanJuanMountains #colorado #unitedstates #relaischateaux #pkslist #800daysarondtheworld

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What was once a ghost town in the 1800s is now a luxury resort with hot springs, an outdoor pool and a bathhouse!

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The town was named Thermopolis because it houses a variety of natural hot springs. While here, you can relax in the bathhouse with 104-degree water!

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