Arizona April 25, 2016
There’s No Better Place To Be Than These 5 Hot Springs In Arizona
It’s only Monday, but if you’re already looking for a way to relax from the work week, a soak in a hot spring may be just what you’re looking for. Check out these hot springs found in Arizona that will help soak your troubles away:
1. Arizona Hot Springs
Found at the end of a moderately difficult trail near Kingman, the hike to this hot spring is well worth the effort. This hot spring reaches 111 degrees at its source but the temperatures do cool as they disperse through the rest of the pool.
2. El Dorado Hot Spring
This hot spring is located in Tonopah in a small business that pumps the hot water from an underground spring. They offer a number of different settings and soaking temperatures as well as a family friendly environment.
3. Essence of Tranquility
This little hot spring spot in Safford offers a number of pools for soaking, in addition to massage therapy services.
4. Roper Lake State Park
This state park is known for its fishing and hiking spots, but did you know it has a small hot springs as well? A fairly sized hot tub is naturally fed hot mineral waters that average about 100 degrees.
5. Verde Hot Springs
This popular location once housed a resort, but these days you'll only find the remains of the buildings and a couple of old pools. The pools are fairly deep and still in working order.
Bonus: Pumpkin Spring Pool
Here's a viewing-only hot spring. Located in the Grand Canyon, the Pumpkin Spring looks like a picturesque relaxation spot, but don't be fooled. The hot spring actually has an incredibly high composition of lead, arsenic, copper, and zinc. At least it looks pretty!
Have you visited any of these locations? What other hot springs do you enjoy visiting?