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4 Hot Spring Destinations for Your Next Road Trip

Interesting and unique spots across the US that you’ve never heard of but would love to visit.

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From coast to coast, the United States has some of the most diverse geography in the world. Within a few days of driving anyone can experience majestic peaks, rolling deserts and tropical coastlines. Regardless of the season, the hard part isn’t trying to find a destination; it’s trying to find enough time to experience everything the country has to offer.

4 Hot Spring Destinations for Your Next Road Trip

What’s the best way to get the most out of your next road trip? Most travel experts will tell you that a surefire way to maximize your time is to pick a theme and use it to focus your journey. For example, a road trip that stops at hot springs can all but guarantee that you’ll experience an eclectic mix of people, places and activities. It’s also a great way to relax and reward yourself for a long day of traveling.

4 Hot Spring Destinations for Your Next Road Trip

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Not only are they fun and social, but hot springs are filled with therapeutic minerals and chloride, a naturally occurring germ killer that sterilizes the skin and ensures the purity of the water. When it’s time for your next road trip, set a course for one of these legendary hot spring spots:

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A writer, artist, and designer since she was young enough to put pencil to paper, Hilary taught herself code and created Urbanette when she was a teenager. Currently, she spends most of her time in France, NYC, London and Switzerland, and travels extensively around the world. Hilary spent the past decade living in NYC, still considers herself a New Yorker, and visits regularly. She’s always looking for hot new topics, destinations, and brands to bring to Urbanette readers.

Reader Discussion: 57 Comments

  1. Bucket list worthy material, awesome!

  2. Added to the bucket list. Thanks!

  3. Merry Robinson

    So many amazing hot spring destinations. What gorgeous things hot springs are – beautiful and relaxing. I can’t even pick my favorite because they’re all so good. I want to see their breathtaking and gorgeous views and also enjoy a relaxing warm water. Thanks for this excellent post! 🙂

  4. Rosemary Robles

    Passing through we stopped at the Conundrum to take in the views. Right at sunset was amazing. Yes! there are a few steep hills, but it’s great exercise. It was a great hike with a wonderful view. We would definitely do it again. Definitely recommended!

  5. Cornelia Green

    Interesting list, thanks. All these Hot Springs are a must see. I’ve seen Conundrum Hot Springs and it’s indeed so peaceful and beautiful. Pictures turnout amazing. The over looks at the top give you some grand photo ops. It would be great to go there in spring, i think.

  6. Helen Dark

    I loved reading about your travel adventures. Makes me want to go book a trip to wherever you’re talking about now. I would love to do/visit pretty much all of the ones on the list – except getting near a dolphin. Almost envious of all the time you got to spend in those hot springs. Your travel experiences must have been sooo awesome.

    xoxo,
    Helen

  7. Ashley Moore

    Great article Hilary, thanks for sharing your experiences. I am gathering information because i’m planning on travelling alone this summer, and I am feeling pretty excited about it. I like your travels and the images in this article are stunning. You continue to inspire me with your stunning photos and epic adventures. You inspire me to be adventurous! 🙂

  8. Lela House

    Gorgeous pictures! And such a diversity. I’ve visited some hot springs before, but nothing like any of these. I have to travel more. I want to get that close to a whale. Thank you for always sharing with us your travel experiences. Great read.

  9. Jenny Garett

    Beautiful.. I haven’t been to any of these hot springs. I really love your shots. The sights from the mountains, trees, flowers and all the different aspects of nature just took my breath away. Time to update the bucket list, perhaps! 😀

  10. Kimberly Vigil

    Really loved reading your post. I’m always a solo traveler and found it no problem travelling alone. I met my fiance in France and we are planning a year away together travelling. I will include this to our bucket list and Conundrum Hot Springs would probably be next on our list. You inspire me! 😉

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