By Levi Clancy for לוי on
|Big Bend Hot Springs||Maybe Private|
Not to be confused with the Big Bend Hot Springs in Texas, these ones in California are private land and closed for years due to so-called development.
|Benton Hot Spring||Private||This private hot spring has good reviews and camping is available.|
|Lake City Hot Springs||Public||Little can be found on these except that they look spectacular and dry up around July-August due to low rainfall and large amounts of agricultural water usage.|
|Lake County||Not many springs for soaking, but some developed resorts and interesting trails for the ruins of early-20th century soaking culture. http://www.visitredwoodcoast.com/content/bartlett-springs-road/nco96E4206AB50BB2CB2|
|Mount Shasta||Public||Near the top of Mount Shasta is some water that bubbles to the surface but is not collected into pools.http://markberger.net/Mt_Shasta_July_2000/index.htm|
|Leonards Hot Spring|
Ruins of an old resort and a primitive pool.
|Hunt Hot Springs||Public|
Nearby is the equally well-reviewed Kosh Hot Springs though I did not find GPS coordinates.
|Skaggs Warm Springs|
These may be underwater due to a dam now, but apparently there was a resort and history abounds.
|Menlo Baths||These may be private but seem promising; I could not find additional information.|
|Eden Hot Springs||Public|
Located up north, unlike the ruins in Moreno.