Local Hot Springs

Did you know there are several hot springs around Arizona you can visit? Soaking in natural hot springs can provide several health benefits including improved blood circulation, reduced stress, pain relief for tight muscles, and improved skin health to name a few. While soaking in natural hot springs can provide health benefits, it is essential to take proper precautions, such as staying hydrated, limiting soak time, and checking water temperature, to ensure safety and avoid any adverse health effects.

Be sure to check the weather and confirm location opening and closing times before you go. If you’re up for an adventure, check out some of the local hot springs below!

Arizona Hot Spring at Lake Mead Recreation 

From the Lake Mead Visitor Center, follow U.S. Highway 93 east for 8 miles, then follow signs for the Arizona Hot Spring Trail. 

Cost: $25 per vehicle for park entrance. Valid for 7 days. 

Castle Hot Springs

5050 E. Castle Hot Springs Road, Morristown

(877) 600-1137

This hidden gem located in the Bradshaw Mountains, an hour north of Phoenix. This non-volcanic natural spring heats up to 120° F / 49° C. The indigenous Apache and Yavapai tribes first enjoyed the spring before the resort was built. 

El Dorado Hot Springs 

41225 Indian School Road, Tonopah

(623) 386-5412

Cost: $15 per person per hour 

Essence of Tranquility

6074 S. Lebanon Loop Road. Safford

(928) 428-9312

Cost: $8 per person for 1 hour, $15 for 3 hours

Enjoy a full weekend with an overnight stay at one of the casitas or on-site camping spots with communal kitchen and patio. There are five private pools and one communal pool with temperatures from 98-105° F / 37-40°C. Guest can book massages and other treatments. 

Hot Well Dunes

Hot Springs

From Safford, drive 7 miles east on U.S. Highway 70, then take Haekel Road south for 25 miles. 

(928) 348-4400

Cost: $3 per vehicle per day. 

Before heading to the site, check the weather for rain, the road to the Hot Well Dunes floods. 

Kaiser Hot Springs

From Wickenburg, take U.S. Highway 93 north, and continue 5 miles past the Burro Creek bridge. Follow the sign for Kaiser Spring Wash. Park on the west side of highway 93, north of Burro Creek Campground.

Cost: Free 

Verde River Hot Springs

8375 AZ-179, Camp Verde

Cost: Free

Bring sufficient food and water since there are no facilities at the springs. There is a one-mile hike to the springs, and a walk across a river. 

Hannah Hot Spring

This secluded hot spring is a 8.3 mile hike on a trail through a canyon! The hike is worth the natural wonder of a 133°F hot spring pool.

Lost Man Hot Spring

Lost Man Hot Spring is located on the Nevada-Arizona border, south of the Hoover Dam. Although this hot spring is a close to a tourist attraction it is still a nice secret spot. 

Kachina Mineral Springs

Kachina Mineral Springs is situated in the town of Safford. At this hot spring you can enjoy spa treatment, such as a massage, a sweat wrap, a reflexology treatment while soaking in the hot springs.