With summer temperatures waning and the holidays around the corner, autumn is a great time to seek out Pacific Northwest Hot Springs. There’s a chill in the air and those warm, bubbling natural spring pools are very inviting. If you are thinking about heading out this fall in one of our Seattle RVs, check out some of the great Hot Springs locations throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Summer Lake Hot Springs is known as the Oregon Outback. This beautiful RV Park located in Lake County Oregon is one of the most picturesque places in the Pacific Northwest. Nestled at 41777 Highway 31 in Paisley Oregon, you can bask in the beauty and uniqueness of this location all while soaking in the artesian hot mineral springs. The location is just two hours from Bend Oregon and the RV park on-site features water, sewer, 20 to 50 amp electric and pull-through sites available.

Belknap Hot Springs is also located in Oregon on the Mackenzie River. This RV park and resort is open 365 days a year, and features two mineral hot spring pools and gorgeous gardens. The RV park features full hookups, and many spots are right next to the river.

Crystal Crane Hot Springs is located at 59315 Highway 78 in Burns Oregon. This location features a hot spring pond and private bath houses, as well as event spaces, cabins, and an RV park. The campground features power and water sites with pull-through and back-in spots. All overnight accommodations include unlimited use of the pond, common areas, restrooms, showers and camp kitchens.

Hot Lake Springs is nestled in the grand Oregon and not only features Hot Springs but historical buildings, museums and unique architecture as well. They have both cooling and hot soaking spring pools and several different types of accommodation.

Sol Duc Hot Springs located on the Olympic Peninsula in the Olympic National Park. Soak up the natural minerals as you drink in the surrounding forests. The Sol Duck RV Park is open March 25 to October 30 but there are several other locations close by, such as Lake Quinault and Log Cabin RV and campground.

Carson Hot Springs is located on the Columbia River at 372 St. Martin Springs Road in Carson, Washington. Although the Hot Springs themselves don’t offer RV camping, there are several places close by such as the Bigfoot RV Park, Timberlake campground and RV park in the Wind Mountain RV park and lodge.

Bonneville Hot Springs resort and spa is located in North Bonneville Washington. This beautiful resort features rooms and cabins for guests, but if you’re camping you might want to check out the Lewis and Clark campground and RV park close by. The Bridge of the Gods motel, RV Park and cabins are also located close by on the Oregon side of the river.

Fall and winter are some of the best times of the year to experience warm, bubbling Hot Springs, so grab one of our Seattle, RVs, gear up, and find some of the most relaxing pools in the Pacific Northwest!