One of the springs is partially enclosed by a primitive wooden structure that protects you from the elements. They decrease in temperature the closer you get to the river.
The property offers overnight accommodation in many different forms, like camping, cabins, bunkhouses, suites, and more.
This rugged area in southern Oregon is full of cliffs, canyons, grasslands, and wildlife. There are two hot springs for visitors to enjoy.
These geothermal pools are located about a 0.5 km walk from Forest Service Road 19, which is also called Aufderheide Memorial Drive.
The spot features one hot pool that’s located just a short walk from the parking area. Given how accessible it is, it stays pretty popular.