Orr Hot Springs is a 27-acre bucolic site on an old stagecoach route that was active during the late 1800s, The resort began building cabins in the 1930s and today has a mix of lodgings near a meandering mountain spring. Guests can delve into a secluded mineral bath, opt for two communal tubs set between 104-107 degrees, or snag one of two stargazing tubs located atop the bathhouse building.
The 1930’s era lodge offers a fully-stocked communal kitchen with pots, pans, dishes, a large butcher block prep table and commercial stove. Picnic tables among the gardens are provided for outdoor dining as well as the dining room in the lodge.
The enormous spring-fed cold pool built into a rock sidewall is set at a commodious 65-75 degrees. Massage is also available. Orr offers 23 guestroom cottages including six stand-alone yurts and cabins. Those who prefer to take the waters after sundown should book room #6, which offers 24/7 direct access to the bathhouse, day rate is $30;