Please remember that we are a historic building. Due to compliance regulations, we do not have elevators, and only a part of our building is air conditioned. The historic center portion of our building has air conditioning on all three floors. We keep doors open for a nice cross breeze and have fans and ceiling fans in our guest rooms. The building stays quite comfortable with the exception of the extreme heat or the extreme cold. The outside temperatures seldom cause us an issue. We have lift chairs going into the history center for those that find stairs difficult.

We offer both Cool and Hot soaking.

Remember we sit on the Oregon Trail, We look so forward to sharing a big part of Oregon’s history with you.

Welcome to the Hot Lake Springs!

Once a thriving town, Hot Lake Springs fell into ruin after a fire destroyed half of the building in 1934. Several owners tried to restore the property over the years but failed to gain community support and none were successful. The building was abandoned, looted, and ready to fall in on itself. The Manuel family began restoring Hot Lake Springs in 2003. After seven years of restoration work, we have opened our doors for business.

Whether you are interested in wildlife, history, art, great food, spa treatments, or taking some time out from the rat race, Hot Lake Springs has something for everyone.

Our Complex Includes:

The History Center

Military and Native American artifacts
Admission Required.
No cameras or video devices allowed.

The Artists' Marketplace

Studio and gallery in one; meet local artists at work.

Soaking in the Mineral Springs

$25/hour. Please make reservations in the gift shop.


Bed & Breakfast

Bronze Casting Tours

Gift Shop & Bronze Sculpture Gallery

Antique Fire Trucks and Buggy Collection

1800s Style Chapel