Belknap Hot Springs Resort

Belknap Hot Springs Resort

Belknap Hot Springs Resort Near McKenzie Bridge, OR

Open every day of the year, Belknap Hot Springs Resort offers two hot springs mineral pools, access to acres of beautiful gardens, mountain home rentals, RV sites, cabins, lodge rooms and camping options. Belknap is located just off the banks of the McKenzie River within the Willamette National Forest.

Please note, the hot springs water at Belknap is treated with chlorine.

* Pools open until 10pm on Friday and Saturday for overnight guests
* Overnight costs include hot springs access

Belknap Hot Springs Rates and Hours

Day use hours are 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM year-round. Friday and Saturday, pools are available until 10:00 PM for overnight guests only.

The lower pool is for day use as well as lodge guests while the upper pool is for overnight guests only.

Pool Rates (included if staying overnight)
$8.00 for one hour or less, includes access to shower and bathroom
$14.00 per day per person
$2.00 pool towel rental available

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Belknap Hot Springs Resort Map and Driving Directions

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From I-5 North, take East 194a or I-105 or Highway 126 East toward Springfield.

From I-5 South, take Exit 194a to I-105 or Highway 126 East toward Springfield.

From Eugene

Take Highway 126 East through Springfield. Continue on Highway 126 following the McKenzie River past Walterville, Leaburg, Vida, Blue River and McKenzie Bridge for approximately 55 miles.

Past the turnoff for Highway 242 and shortly after driving over the Lost Creek Bridge turn onto Belknap Springs Road (past mile marker 19). Follow the signs 1/4 mile down the road to the resort.

From Bend / Sisters

Travel West on Highway 20 over Santiam Pass then take Highway 126 South towards McKenzie Bridge. Turn onto Belknap Springs Road a half mile past mile marker 18 before the junction with Highway 242. Follow the signs 1/4 mile down the road to the resort.

From Sisters via Scenic Highway 242

Caution! This is an extremely winding road not recommended for motor-home or travel trailers!

Take Highway 242 West from Sisters 40 miles to the Highway 126 junction. Travel East on Highway 126 over the Lost Creek Bridge and turn onto Belknap Springs Road (past mile marker 19). Follow the signs 1/4 mile down the road to the resort.

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Belknap Hot Springs Soak Stats:

Season: All
Type: Roadside
GPS: 44.193 122.049
Elevation: 1,700 ft
Land: Private (Commercial)
Fee: Yes – Check current rates and/or make reservations
Restrictions: Day use and overnight fees
Usage: High
Visibility: High
Temp: 100-104
Water Clarity: Clear
Odor: Chlorine
pH: n/a
Area Features: McKenzie River
Closest Food/Gas: McKenzie River Bridge
Trash: Low
Bugs: Moderate
Wildlife: Moderate
Camping: Paid on-site
Clothing Optional: No
Pit Toilet: Yes


  1. What ??? yeah, I heard THIER were some hot springs around cougar, just never found them. Iv’e been to cougar over 30 times and we never made it so far as to leave and try n find more. This will be a new road I will travel someday………. down the road from Cougar!!

  2. Chlorine huh?… If I wanted that I’d endure a soak at the ymca.

  3. Not chlorine–chloriDe. It was wonderful! Highly recommend–it is a magical place. Gardens hidden in the forest and two great pools for soaking. The place is kid and dog friendly and has a magical little trail to the campsites that makes one think that elves or fairies might pop out at any moment. We did not stay in lodge but camped by the river and slept listening to the sound of the rushing McKenzie. We also ate at the little grill which was affordable, yummy, and we sat outside watching the river. Highly highly recommend this place.

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