RV Friendly Hot Springs Destinations

During the winter months, RVers might consider one of the many hot springs resorts in the United States as a potential destination. Most have a variety of spa packages to go along with the benefits delivered by the hot mineral spring water.

Chena Hot Springs in Alaska sits about 60 miles northeast of Fairbanks. Guests can enjoy both the mineral waters and the Northern Lights during their visit. The Northern Lights are visible about 200 nights every year from this locale. In addition, local sights and wildlife are big draws.

A visit to Mystic Hot Springs in Utah offers guests amazing views of the Rockies. Guests might opt for a relaxing massage treatment in their deep mineral pool. The park has 32 sites with hookups.

Sierra Hot Springs in California is nestled in a beautiful forest. Here there are a number of pools that are open 24 hours a day. There is also a pool that is fully enclosed within a geodesic dome complete with stained glass and skylights. There are plenty of activities available depending on the season including biking, hiking and cross country skiing.

Try Hot Springs Resort in North Carolina for its world famous natural hot mineral water. For extra pampering, ask for one of their massage treatments. Choose from Swedish, deep tissue and stone. They also offer a variety of facials and other spa treatments. The resort has 34 full hook up sites available for RV travelers.

With great relaxation options available from coast to coast, RV travelers can experience both pampering and excellent scenery during the winter months and year round.

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