Come relax in our hot springs.
Our famous sulfur-free hot springs are the steamy part of your Ouray getaway. Nothing beats a hot springs soak after a day of adventures. Explore our five public and private Ouray County hot springs. After an exhilarating adventure on foot or in your Jeep, or a pleasant day of shopping Ouray’s unique businesses, soaking in the hot springs and viewing the blue skies of summer from the water is truly a restorative experience.
Photo Courtesy of Classic Visions Photography
During the summer months the Ouray Hot Springs Pool is open from 10 am to 10 pm daily with the Slides and Wibit Obstacle Course open from 12 - 6 pm. Ouray’s public pool contains close to a million gallons of crystal clear natural hot springs water, free from the strong smell of sulfur typical of many hot springs. In addition to several soaking sections at a variety of temperatures ranging from 88 to 106 degrees, the pool has a lap swimming section, slides and an obstacle course (slides and obstacle course are closed after Labor Day during the fall/winter season), a shallow section for younger children and a game area for water volleyball. Enhance your time at the pool by making an appointment at the pool’s massage facility. If you’re missing your fitness routine, visit the Fitness Center where you will find weight-lifting equipment, treadmills, stair-climbers, stationary bikes, and other exercise equipment for a nominal fee. If you're hungry, grab a bite at Rib City Pork Palace, and enjoy their excellent barbecue. Contact the Hot Springs Pool (970) 325-7073 for more information. Pool prices and scheduled closure dates are at the bottom of this page.
Other public hot springs in the area include the vapor caves of the Wiesbaden Hot Springs Spa & Lodgings and the naturally landscaped pools at Orvis Hot Springs. Guests at the Twin Peaks Lodge & Hot Spring and the Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs can also enjoy private hot springs during their hotel stay. Stay in our valley and soak to your heart's content!
(The McLeod plunge bath in the early 1900's - advertised then as now " as “Ouray’s Mineral Hot Springs, Best Natural Hot Water in the State of Colorado"
Image courtesy of the Ouray County Historical Society)
Daily rates to the Ouray Hot Springs Pool are $12 for adults all day, with discounts for children and seniors. Multi-punch cards are available, as well as season passes.
A few days a year, the Ouray Hot Springs Pool is closed for cleaning and maintenance. Below are the 2016 pool closures:
- August 15th Cleaning and General Maintenance
- October 11th-16th Cleaning and General Maintenance
- December 12th Staff Holiday Party- Pool Closes at 7pm