Oregon Hot Springs Map

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Use the statewide Google map below to locate hot springs in Oregon. Every known hot springs in Oregon is listed, click on map markers for location and additional information.

Happy Hot Springing!



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Oregon Hot Springs Map: Select an Oregon Hot Springs marker on the map above to view additional information.

Note: Please contact us if you notice a missing hot springs or one with an incorrect location. Thanks!

  • http://www.seawingdesigns.com Mejece

    Called the Blue Mountain Hot Springs Guest Ranch today. They, and the hot springs, have been closed for 8 years according to the elderly woman who answered the phone……

  • djurocks

    visited kropp, either the coordinates are incorrect or the hotsprings is inactive… nothing to see but snow, ice, marshland, cows, and a no tresspassing sign.

  • Chris G

    PLEASE!!!WE NEED YOU’RE HELP!!!

    http://www.SaveHuntersHotSprings.org

    Hunters Hot Springs, “Old Perpetual” Geyser, and the surrounding wetlands are already being negatively effected from a geothermal well just 100 feet from the geyser. The Town of Lakeview is selling the hot water to heat the Warner Creek Correctional Facility, and now plan to DOUBLE THE OUTPUT for geothermal power generation. Their studies have found that this will have an impact from between 3 feet and 200 feet below ground, completely draining the surrounding springs, pots, wetlands, and ponds (including the pond home to “Old Perpetual” Geyser).

    PLEASE!!! go to savehuntershotsprings.org
    and sign the petition

  • Taraschance

    Thanks
    this is really rad!

  • Peter

    You know that this Geothermal energy is very important.  As much as I would hate to see a warm spring go people need to get power from somewhere.  I am in total support of the geothermal power since it is so clean.  Would you rather have another dam built?

  • http://www.mycampertrailer.com.au/ camper trailers

    i love hot springs..very relaxing!

  • disqus_CPFHZxW6JV

    Peter, wait till your in your 60’s with bad arthritis and then tell me how you feel about people and hot springs.

  • Angela Rowe

    There are ecological impacts that are just not worth using this resource. There are other methods of NATURAL energy……solar, wind, and so on that could be used and NOT harm the environment. I purpose we focus or direction there in finding a better solution to our energy needs that would benefit all.

  • Miranda

    Geothermal is the next step to clean and RENEWABLE energy that taking us away from fossil fuels. Geothermal does not have detrimental impacts on the environment such as dams do. In order to move away from coal, oil, and nuclear we will have to have all renewable possibilities including wind, solar, AND geothermal. The upper 6 miles of the earth ‘s crust contains 50,000 as much energy found in all the world’s oil and gas reserves combined.

  • mjh

    My hunting buddy found a natural hot spring by Ukiah. He took me there during deer season this year. It is probably only known to locals as it is way off the beaten path. It is only about 2.5 feet deep and about 12 feet across. Very relaxing though.