Umpqua Hot Springs in Southern Oregon has seven geothermal pools on a travertine terrace in a forest. These state-hottest springs can reach 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
The main pool boasts carefully landscaped rocks as a natural seating area. And there is a smaller hot spring nearby with epic open landscapes that stretch out to the horizon.
When floating in the waters, you will enjoy the landscape from a 360-degree view. An indoor pool inside a surrounding resort is another attraction, with its foundation in a century-old bathtub.
When in northeast Oregon to explore hot springs, the first destination on your list should be the Ritter in Long Creek. It enjoys a unique location in an ancient town next to the John Day River.
The Alvord Desert and Steens Mountains surround Alvord Hot Springs. One hot spring is a small, contained man-made one, while the other is in a natural environment.
The expansive pond in this region covers almost 9,728 feet of land and is a perfect getaway for a family trip. The water temperature is carefully maintained at around 101 degrees.