9 Must-Visit National Parks with Stunning Hot Springs


Hot springs are geothermal pools of water that are heated by the earth’s crust. They offer relaxation, healing, and beauty benefits.

Yellowstone National Park is home to over 10,000 hot springs, including the Grand Prismatic Spring, the largest and most colorful in the world.

Yellowstone National Park


Grand Teton National Park has some of the most scenic and secluded hot springs in the US. You can find them along the Snake River or in the backcountry.

Grand Teton National Park


Hot Springs National Park was established in 1832, making it the oldest federal reserve in the US. It features 47 hot springs and historic bathhouses.

Hot Springs National Park 


Lassen Volcanic National Park is one of the few places in the world where you can see all four types of volcanoes. 

Lassen Volcanic National Park


The park has some of the most stunning hot springs in the US, such as Sol Duc and Olympic Hot Springs.

Olympic National Park


It has a rich history and culture, as well as a natural hot spring along the Rio Grande.

Big Bend National Park


The Park holds the record for the highest temperature ever recorded on earth: 134°F. It also has some of the most unique and rare hot springs, such as Darwin Falls and Saline Valley.

Death Valley National Park


Great Basin National Park is a hidden treasure in Nevada. It has the highest peak in the state, Wheeler Peak, and the lowest point, Lehman Caves. 

Great Basin National Park


 Crater Lake National Park is the result of a massive volcanic eruption that left a caldera filled with water.

Crater Lake National Park


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