Winter evenings can be rather chilly here in the desert, and there’s no place quite like a hot spring to warm up. Believe it or not, Arizona has at least a dozen hot springs scattered across the state! Situated parallel to Lake Mead, Ringbolt Hot Springs is the perfect place for a soak this time of year. Better still, even most locals don’t even know about it!

Visit the official National Park Service website to learn more.

Have you ever been to Arizona Hot Spring (aka Ringbolt Hot Springs) during wintertime? If so, what did you think of the whole experience? Let us know all about it in the comments!

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Ringbolt Hot Springs

  1. Where is Ringbolt Hot Springs in Arizona?  

The Ringbolt Hot Springs, also referred to as Arizona Hot Springs, is a wonderful geothermal spring – three of them, really – located near Hoover Dam. Reaching the springs requires a challenging, six-mile hike, but to say it’s worth it is a major understatement.  

2. How many Arizona hot springs are there?  

At the time of this writing, there are about a dozen Arizona hot springs that we know of.  

3. Which hot springs in AZ are worth visiting?  

We think all the hot springs in AZ are worth visiting, but some of the hands-down best ones are delightful gems like:  

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