Hot Springs and Day Spas

Hot springs in the Tahoe area

Carson Hot Springs

Carson City, Nevada

www.carsonhotsprings.com    Phone:  775-885-8844

Outdoor pool and indoor private pools (no reservations taken) Onsite restaurant

Founded during the Gold Rush. Has large outdoor pool and indoor private pools for a maximum of 4 persons (no reservations taken). Onsite restaurant. Since 1849 the Carson Hot Springs has provided water therapy and spa treatments using enriched water with over nine healthful minerals. The water flows out of the ground at 121 degrees and comes from depths of 35,000 feet below the earth’s surface.

Nine small private pools (“private tub rooms”) are available on a first come first serve basis. Bring your own towel. They have towels and rent them for $2. Towels may not always be available. Lockers are provided. Bring your own lock or they can sell you a lock for $2.   

Day Fee:  Prices vary.  Check website for prices.

Note: We are planning on enjoying these hot springs on our the day trip to Carson City.  Our trip is dependent on pooled cars

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David Walley’s Resort Hot Springs (part of Holiday Inn Club Vacations)

Genoa, Nevada

http://www.davidwalleys1862.com/home  Phone:  775-782-8155

Location: Genoa, Nevada (25 minutes northeast of South Lake Tahoe in the mountains) 

1862 David Walley’s Hot Spring features five mineral hot springs. Each is fed by heated geothermal groundwater produced naturally from the earth’s mantle. Their swimming pool is warmed with geothermal water and chemically treated for safety.

The hot springs soaking tubs, sauna, steam room, locker rooms, and outdoor pool are open. All are included in the day fee.

Day fee: $55 per person

Towel rental fee: $5 (OK to bring your own, no fee)

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Steamboat Hot Springs Healing Center and Spa

Reno, Nevada

http://www.steamboatsprings.org   Phone:  775-853-6600

Location: Ten miles south of Reno airport on the way to South Lake Tahoe. 21 miles north of Carson City on main highway between Reno airport and Carson City. (Suggest visiting here on the way to or from the airport)

Geothermal mineral water directly from the ground to soaking tubs. The only volcanic natural hot springs in the area.

A few day spas in South Lake Tahoe

Blue Water Day Spa (at Heavenly Village)  

www.bluewaterdayspatahoe.com    Phone:  530-523-3826 

Massage therapy, wraps, facials, waxing

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Elements Day Spa at South Lake Tahoe Lodge

http://www.tahoelakeshorelodge.com/spa/  Phone:   (800) 448-4577

A premier full-service day spa specializing in Swedish massages, stone therapy, sports massage, reflexology, reiki treatments, clinical skincare treatments, full-body waxing.

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Bio Spirit Day Spa

http://www.massagetahoe.com/bio.html     Phone:  530-542-4095

Location: Ski Run Blvd., South Lake Tahoe

Massage and facials

 Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice

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This posting was revised 3/4/22

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Carson City Day Trip

An excursion to historic Carson City, Nevada, includes a visit to the Nevada State Museum and a soak in historic Carson Hot Springs.  Note:  This event is dependent on the availability of pooled cars within our group.  All are welcome.

ABOUT HISTORIC CARSON CITY

Carson City is the capital city of Nevada. To the east is the desert. To the west are the Sierra Nevada mountains. In its center is the 19th-century Nevada State Capitol Building.  It is midway between Reno and South Lake Tahoe (fly into Reno from Las Vegas). The Carson River flows from Douglas County through the southwestern edge of Carson City. Lake Tahoe is to the west. World class ski areas dot the area.

www.Carson.org

http://www.visitCarsonCity.com

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ASCSA PROGRAM

Excursion date:  Wednesday or Thursday – weather dependent – Scheduled activity

Depart: 10am Return: 4pm

Transportation: Pooled cars

Approximate cost for the day with pooled cars: $40 – $50 (includes museum, spa, pooled cars, lunch, misc. expenses)

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Nevada State Museum

600 Carson St., Carson City

(775) 687-6953

Hours: 8:30-4:30

Cost: $8

http://www.carsonnvmuseum.org

Outstanding reconstruction of old mine to walk through. Walk through a recreated abandoned town and read the story of the American Indians in Nevada and the Chinese immigrant workers.

There were 600 boom/bust towns in Nevada. Three fourths of them don’t exist any more.

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Carson Hot Springs (historic)

1500 Old Hot Springs Road, Carson City

http://www.carsonhotsprings.com — 775-855-8844

Cost: Minimum $25/$20 senior (2 hours in pool)

Founded during the Gold Rush. Has large outdoor pool and indoor private pools for a maximum of 4 persons (no reservations taken). Onsite restaurant.  Since 1849 the Carson Hot Springs has provided water therapy and spa treatments using enriched water with over nine healthful minerals. The water flows out of the ground at 121 degrees and comes from depths of 35,000 feet below the earth’s surface.

Nine small private pools (“private tub rooms”) are available on a first come first serve basis.

Bring your own towel. You can rent them for $2, but they are not always available.  Bring bathing suit.  Lockers are provided. Bring your own lock or they can sell you one for $2.00

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Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice

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This posting was revised 3/3/22

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