After exhausting themselves enjoying the exciting outdoor adventures of the Columbia River Gorge, travelers can rest and rejuvenate at historic Carson Hot Springs, just across the Columbia from Hood River.
- Located just across the Hood River Bridge from Hood River in Carson, Washington.
- The St. Martin Hotel (circa 1901) and the original bathhouses are in use to showcase the flavor of the Old Northwest.
- Mineral springs bathing, spa services, a golf course, and fine dining are enjoyed at this resort.
The Columbia River Gorge and nearby Mt. Hood have a huge variety of outdoor recreation to experience, and footsore visitors will be pleased to learn about Carson Mineral Hot Springs in nearby Carson, Washington. A resort has been sited at Carson Hot Springs since 1892, and the historic hotel, bathhouses, and cabins are still in use. Travelers can not only luxuriate in healing mineral waters, but embark on a journey into the colorful past of the Old Northwest.
Carson Mineral Hot Springs Resort
372 St. Martin’s Springs Road
Carson, WA 98610
1 (800) 607-3678 or (509) 427-8292
From Hood River, cross the Hood River Bridge into Washington and turn left onto Highway 14; turn right on Hot Springs Avenue, keep left at the fork to continue on Hot Springs Avenue, and turn sharp right onto St. Martin’s Springs Road.
Carson Hot Springs is open year-round for accommodations, spa use, golfing, and dining.
Costs vary depending on services; call 1 (800) 607-3678 or (509) 427-8292 for information and reservations.