Desert Hot Springs
This resort town in Southern California's desert oasis is about two hours' drive east of Los Angeles and is close to Palm Springs.
Wilbur Hot Springs
A historic, off-the-grid, solar-powered mineral hot springs resort in Northern California, Wilbur Hot Springs was established in the late 19th century.
Sycamore Mineral Springs
Reservations may be made for the resort's selection of outdoor hot tubs that are heated by mineral springs.
Beverly Hot Springs
In Koreatown, halfway between Beverly Hills and downtown Los Angeles, are the Beverly Hot Springs.
Calistoga water is a well-known brand of sparkling drinking water that has been around for more than a century.
Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa
Sonoma is a lovely city that still relies heavily on agriculture. The Willow Spring Spa features its own historic thermal mineral spring.
Sierra Hot Springs
A 700-acre resort with a focus on spirituality, wellness, and healing is called the Sierra Hot Springs Resort & Retreat Center. Near Lake Tahoe, that is.
Vichy Springs Resort
The historic Vichy Springs Resort, which first opened in the middle of the 19th century, mixes a rural inn boutique hotel with a Northern California hot springs resort.
Esalen Hot Springs
The Esalen Institute with its cliffside and oceanside hot spring pools are most well-known attraction if you're looking for hot springs in Big Sur.
Sespe Hot Springs
Near Santa Barbara, in the mountains at a height of over 3,000 feet, lies an isolated hot spring location in Southern California.