• A rearview of a woman sitting and soaking her legs on the hot spring pool and watching the view

    Hot Springs

    Rich in vital energy and minerals.

The Waterfall filling the hot spring pool

Our Healing Waters

Potassium, magnesium, zinc. Our hot springs are rich in 13 elements and minerals with scientifically proven therapeutic benefits. Almost makes you wish you had listened more in chemistry class.

25 Pools, 25 Personalities

Tucked away, a sunset view, a quiet morning alone. Live music, Marco Polo, or refresh in the river. With 25 pools to choose from you can go where your mood takes you.

The view of the hot spring pool next to the San Juan River

Daily Pricing & Pass Options

All pools are open to the public | Hotel Guests receive 24-Hour soaking & complimentary relaxation terrace access privileges.

  • General Admission
  • Reserved Passes
  • Adult Only Relaxation Terrace
  • Towels, Lockers, Robes for rent

Enhance Your Soak

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Get a Massage

Combine the naturally hot, therapeutic mineral waters of our soaking pools with body treatments, facials, and skin services for an unforgettable relaxation and pampering experience. Receive complimentary same-day general admission soaking pass with your 60+ min treatment.

The Springs Resorts foods, wrap, burger, wings, french fries and more

Grab a Bite

A restaurant, outdoor grill, bar, and café with housemade items, seasonal menus, and both grab-and-go and sit-down options. Where eating and drinking in your robe is not only common but expected!

Forgot Something

Visit our boutique for all the typical bathhouse essentials. Flip flops, sunscreen, swimwear, we have a variety of products to suit your needs.

Water drops falling from a textured rock

Our Roots Run Deep

It’s been more than 150 years since early settlers came across the Mother Spring, a 75-foot diameter bubbling pool. With the paths of human footprints radiating out from it like spokes on a wheel, they knew they weren’t the first to discover the hot spring. It was the Southern Ute Indian Tribe that first discovered this geothermal motherlode and found replenishment in its waters for generations to follow.  In fact, the name Pagosa comes from the Ute word meaning “healing waters.” The medicinal effects of the waters have been studied since the 1860s and people have been drawn to the area “take the waters” since the height of rail travel.

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