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Bonneville Hot Springs

Where several Native American tribes once traveled to bathe and drink healing mineral waters, today’s travelers now can relax and rejuvenate in a spa resort—Bonneville Hot Springs in North Bonneville, Washington. Read More

  • Located in North Bonneville, Washington about 24 miles from Hood River.
  • The healing mineral waters, both hot and cold, have been rejuvenating travelers for centuries.
  • Open year-round for bathing, spa services, and lodging.


In the late nineteenth century, an old miner discovered what the local Natives had known for centuries—a mineral hot spring located on the north banks of the Columbia Gorge along the Lewis & Clark Trail. He shared his discovery with Thomas Moffett, who wasted no time in naming the spring after himself and building a lodge there. Today the resort has been restored and the waters can be enjoyed by visitors who seek rejuvenation.


Bonneville Hot Springs
1252 East Cascade Drive
North Bonneville, WA 98639
Spa reservations/pool facilities: (509) 427-9720

From Hood River, take Interstate 84 west to Cascade Locks (Exit 44). Turn left to cross Bridge of the Gods into Washington; turn left on Washington Hwy 14, drive 3 miles, turn right onto Hot Springs Way, and right at the stop sign onto East Cascade Drive.


Bonneville Hot Springs is open all year; call (509) 427-9720 for hours.


A variety of pool use rates, day spa packages, and lodging are available at the Hot Springs; call (509) 427-9720 for more information.

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