Sierra Hot Springs is currently closed, we will be reopening in Spring 2021
The decision to remain closed through the winter season was not undertaken lightly and we truly believe that it is the best option for the long term survival of Sierra Hot Springs. Please read our full statement on our homepage and sign up for our newsletter to keep in touch with us along the way towards reopening.
Here are a few answers to frequently asked questions about Sierra Hot Springs…and check out our recommended Packing List by clicking here.
Do you allow alcohol?
What do you mean by clothing optional?
- Respect privacy and modesty. Many are sensitive about their bodies and not used to the vulnerability of nudity. Bathing suit or not, one inappropriate glance can be offensive enough to ruin another’s experience. Cameras and the taking of photographs in the bathing area are not permitted for this reason.
- Be mindful of the quiet. We cherish the quiet contemplation and relaxation these waters bring and many guests travel long miles specifically to reach the peace and silence of Sierra’s springs. Quiet conversation can be held outside of the Dome area and in all outdoor areas.
- Save sexual activity for your private room. Sierra is a romantic place and we love that. We find physical expressions of love can cause great discomfort when on display. Please reserve all sexual activity for the privacy of your room.
Is Sierra Hot Springs a nudist colony?
When is Sierra Hot Springs open?
Is smoking allowed?
Can I make a fire or bring candles?
What time should campers arrive?
Does the room/visit charge include use of the facilities?
Can I get my membership when I arrive?
Why must I pay for a membership to visit Sierra Hot Springs?
How do I register for a workshop?
What food options are available?
Do you allow pets?
But we encourage you to pet our pets…