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great hot springs, maybe one of best in oregon

it is funny to see other reviews of hot springs. There are some facts to understand: Unless... read more

Reviewed August 18, 2018
Karrie O
20% of the bathers were naked

Nice hot springs. Some men were naked. We were lucky one of them was also handsome. One of them... read more

Reviewed June 13, 2018
Jurgen B
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Brussels, Belgium
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Situated 150 feet over the North Umpqua River and close to Crater Lake National Park.
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Roseburg, OR
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed July 1, 2008

If you can find it, Umpqua hot spring is well worth the walk!! It took my husband and me a while to find the trail head, then once we did we headed in the wrong direction. There's other hotspring looking areas on the hill above...More

22  Thank griffinlair
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed July 29, 2013

The place smells like weed and alcohol, and is a dump. People are naked, that probably shouldn't be naked. Its a out of the way hang out for druggys and hippies freaks who think its still 1967. The war is over .. avoid unless you...More

28  Thank Douglas C
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The hot springs have been invaded by filthy people are are a disappointment. In the past, it was a great place to visit. I live within 50 miles & I used to frequent it regularly, but no more.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I've been to a LOT of hot springs and Umpqua Hot Springs is a mess! The pools were murky, sludgy petri dishes; completely crowded even on a Friday afternoon in fall. Garbage everywhere. Poop. Dogs in the pools...I went in (naked) and immediately regretted it.

1  Thank bravopop
Reviewed September 30, 2018

The road to these hot springs is a challenge : deep holes, overhanging trees, narrow, gravel. It was a challenge to drive it with a 30feet long RV but we managed. We paid a 5$ parking fee and took a short hike through a nice...More

2  Thank traveladdict3500
Reviewed September 26, 2018

$5/car parking fee with 10 minutes of easy hiking brings you to wonderful cascading small hot spring pools with lots of bathers (some nude). Anyone with mobility issues or children should be aware lots of climbing is required to get into and out of the...More

2  Thank bestdaysofourlives
Reviewed September 7, 2018

If you live anywhere in the Valley, this isn’t far. The drive is easy and finding this place is much easier than I thought. We went in September and the weather was great. You WILL likely see nude people but everyone was respectful. The top...More

2  Thank Steve R
Reviewed August 18, 2018

it is funny to see other reviews of hot springs. There are some facts to understand: Unless prohibited, people will be naked, get used to seeing butts, boobs and penises. Homeless people do not hang out at most hot springs, but There are a lot...More

3  Thank Karrie O
Reviewed June 13, 2018

Nice hot springs. Some men were naked. We were lucky one of them was also handsome. One of them behaved like an exhibitionist.

5  Thank Jurgen B
Reviewed February 27, 2018 via mobile

They had a winter snow storm the night before we came here. So when got here, we had to park before the gates and had to walk about 2 miles to get to the trailhead. One we got there, we had the place all to...More

2  Thank AL A
Reviewed December 19, 2017

Visited 12/14/17, arrived afternoon, approximately 1:00pm, Light snow. Drive in was beautiful; final 2 miles of road was rough however, not terrible. Park car, cross over bridge, climb steep hill side, some railings provided. 1/4 mile+ to small pools. During my 2 hour visit approximately...More

2  Thank BEDEE
Reviewed October 7, 2017 via mobile

Sweet little hike to get to the falls. Parking is very limited and the hot springs get a lot of visitors. We did not feel comfortable going in with our kids (3&5) with the crowd on site when we went.

9  Thank travel4funwc
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loopydo2000
June 21, 2017|
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Response from Kimberly S | Reviewed this property |
You can camp near the hot springs but it's pretty rustic and I think it's dry camping. Whistler's Bend is not too far from the waterfalls and is really nice for camping. It's in Glide, OR
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BonnieF869
March 21, 2017|
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Response from kobesgamma | Reviewed this property |
you can probably get your answer at the umpqua hot springs web site
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buug1554
August 31, 2016|
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Response from stayfido | Reviewed this property |
First come first serve. I'd advise early or late. There's a campground about 3 miles away on the reservoir that you can either drive from or hike along the river to the springs.
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