The Hot Springs consists of various pools of different temperatures where you can dip in and stay for as long as your weary bones need it.
We were excited to soak in the hot springs after a long day! They were pricey, but to be expected! We got it and it was 3 "hot tubs", 1 was closed and the other 2 were packed with people. The water doesn't recirculate/replace itself fast enough, so the water was quite dirty (I don't want to gross you out... 更多
Only three mile round trip, this splendid trail takes you through moss covered old growth trees and fern grottoes to a great waterfall at the conclusion. Start at the Hot Springs and make the entire loop back through the campsites by the river.
My husband and I came here on a Sunday afternoon to soak in the pools. There are 3 pools - one for children, a large medium soaking pool, and a smaller hot pool. There is an unheated, cold large swimming pool - too cold for us. The pools are closed down intermittently to filter and clean. I didn't think the... 更多
This was my first American hot springs experience. I've visited most of the hot springs in Tuscany Italy, so this is a totally new and wilderness type excursion as the landscape is completely different. Very enjoyable, very beautiful
$14 to swim in a concrete sulphur swimming pool? I think not. Over commercialized, and ugly. A waste of time to even stop here. If I were choosing to stay in the park, I would choose Crescent Lake lodge or cabins over the cabins at the hot springs without a doubt, The Sol Duc Falls were worth the drive, but,... 更多
My girlfriend and I wanted to visit the hot springs on our trip through the Olympic Peninsula but only part of our trip was worth it. The campground was beautiful, we're so glad we stayed there and the falls are wonderful. Easy hike and some lovely side trails through the forest. However, the restaurant was extremely expensive for what it... 更多
One year we planned a 3 day backpack trip in August up 7 lakes basin, planning to end at the hot springs. The weather was HORRIBLE< RAINY< STORMY!! We saw a group of boy scouts running down the hill dropping gear along the way, they had camped at 7 lakes and the wind picked them up inside their tents and... 更多
Sol Duc Hot Springs was a nice diversion after a day of hiking. The facility costs $12 to enter. There are changing rooms available with lockers(but no locks). We just carried our stuff to one of the benches outside. The outside area has three small hot pools and a large "regular" pool. We found it rather crowded in the hot... 更多