Unlike some of the other destinations on our list, Gamma Hot Springs isn't a resort (at all). This is simply a bath that is deep in the Glacier Peak Wilderness. It is only accessible by a challenging hike.
Scenic Hot Springs is more legend than anything else. The hot springs has quite a history as it was initially a destination for railroad workers in the 1800s but more recently abused as a party location that travelers would sneak onto (along with drugs and alcohol). Today, the springs is privately owned and being revived. You must request a permit to visit.
Sulphur Creek is your reward at the end of a fairly difficult hike. Soak in the 2-person pool while viewing the old growth forest. Very few people have discovered this hidden spot.
Olympic Hot Springs is located in Olympic National Park, and accessible by a moderate 2.5 mile hike (each way). The area includes seven pools that greatly vary in temperature. It is a very authentic experience and much less developed than Sol Duc. Depending on your tastes, you may like (or not) the fact that you may run into some nudity.
Baker Hot Springs are located on Mount Baker (shocking, huh?). The hot springs include two natural pools. The most important thing to know about Baker Hot Springs is that it is beautifully natural with no amenities.
Sol Duc celebrated its 100th birthday in 2012. The resort is a great place to stay for those visiting Olympic National Park. Fair warning... some love it and some hate it, but the accommodations are intentionally simplistic, with no telephones, TVs, radios, or wifi in the cabins.
Carson Hot Springs includes a historical hotel that dates back to 1901. The resort is in Southern Washington, about an hour east of Portland, in the Columbia River Gorge. Some rooms feature hot tubs on the balconies.
Doe Bay is a resort on Orcas Island with lodging (cabins, campsites), spa, and the hot springs saunas. If you want to explore even more unique lodging options, you can opt for staying in a yurt or their treehouse.
Goldmyer is a Washington treasure. Goldmyer is located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, about 25 miles northeast of North Bend. The springs are maintained by volunteers, so this isn't a 5-star resort, but what it lacks in amenities, it makes up for in natural beauty.
Goldmyer is only accessible via 5 mile hike (each way). The hike is part of the experience as it is through wilderness. Once you reach the springs, you will find several pools and a hot cave.
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