Olympic National Park Hot Springs

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Olympic National Park provides visitors with two spots to soak in the soothing therapeutic waters of natural hot springs. Native tribes long revered these Olympic National Park hot springs and touted their waters as healing. Read More

Where can I find and enjoy nearby area hot springs?

Sol Duc Hot Springs/inside Olympic National Park
Operating off and on as a hot springs resort since 1912, Sol Duc attracts thousands of visitors each year, all enticed by the resort’s three soaking pools that range in temperature from 99 to 104 soothing degrees. This Olympic Park hot springs resort also has a freshwater pool, lockers, and massages available onsite. Pay once and stay all day! 

  • Getting Here: From Port Angeles, take Highway 101 west about 30 miles to left on Sol Duc Hot Springs Road. Travel 12 miles up the road to the Sol Duc Resort and purchase a wristband for day use of all the pools.

Olympic Hot Springs
Not a developed resort, Olympic Hot Springs consists of 7 natural hot springs that range in temperature from mildly warm to a very hot 138 degrees. These are very primitive, with muddy or rocky bottoms, and average about a foot deep. They are not maintained by the park or county and can present concerns about bacteria from stagnant water, so bathe at your own risk, especially in the summertime. 

  • Getting Here: Travel west on Highway 101 from Port Angeles and turn left on Olympic Hot Springs Road. You must hike the 2.5 mile (easy) Olympic Hot Springs Trail to reach the natural pools.