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EST. 1879

The health and safety of our community and guests are our top focus.

We are delighted to welcome you back to relax in one of Colorado’s most beautiful natural settings. The state of Colorado is beginning to lift restrictions relating to COVID-19. During this time, Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort will continue to research and stay up to date on the latest safety protocols to provide our guests, community and employees a safe place to relax and recreate. The health and safety of our community, staff, and guests remains the top priority.

In order to welcome our employees back to work and support our local community, we ask guests to take individual responsibility for their actions and make choices that have their fellow Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort guests in mind. We understand these new practices aren’t what we are accustomed to, however careful thought has been put into these practices to provide a safe and comfortable environment for everyone. The state of Colorado and Chaffee County Public health recommend all people outside of their homes have a face covering at all times. Please let us know if you need help with a face covering while you are visiting us.

We understand the role that nature, and geothermal mineral spring water in particular, play in supporting strong immune and respiratory systems. The many health benefits of soaking in mineral springs have been documented through the centuries. Our unique outdoor setting spread out across 400 acres allows guests to practice social distancing while enjoying the hot springs. The high elevation of 8200ft and level of UV exposure assist in maintaining a safer natural environment.

Colorado Hot Springs

Bath House and Spa & Club:

Hot Springs Policies

Reservations Are No Longer Required For The Hot Springs

There are soaking capacity restrictions at each hot springs pool at Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort.
This increased capacity will not require reservations and no time limits will be set for hot spring soaking.
A wait list is likely during this holiday week. Please be prepared to partake in another activity if the facility of your choice is full. Hot spring tickets must be purchased on sit at the time you would like to enter the hot springs.
Overnight guests will have access to the hot springs during operating hours, from the day you check in through the day you check out.

New Hot Springs Policies

  • The maximum number of soakers allowed in each pool will be posted at each facility.
  • Family groups or groups traveling together are preferred to soak together.
  • Associates will ensure the maximum number of gatherings does not exceed the posted allotment and will assist guests as needed.
  • Associates will be dedicated to the ongoing disinfectant cleaning of all pool and bath house areas.
  • Deck seating will be spread 6 feet apart minimizing social interactions between parties. Please do not move deck seating.
  • Please take personal responsibility and wear a face covering while on the deck of the pools and in public spaces.
  • Directional markings around pools will allow guests to navigate walking space without crossing paths.
  • Locker rooms will remain closed.
  • All guests, resort or day use, please come dressed for soaking.
  • Outside food and drinks are not allowed.

The Spa & Club 

The Spa & Club is reserved for overnight guests and patrons receiving spa services age 16+.


Creekside Hot Springs Are Closed

  • Creekside Hot Springs Are Currently Closed.
  • The seasonal closure of our natural pools is for your comfort and safety.
  • These natural pools reopen when the creek flow lessens and hot water is exposed again.
  • Typically, these closures are experienced May-August.
  • Please call for more details on current creek flows.


Monday - Thursday
Adults (16-61) $20
Kids (4-15) Seniors (62+) $15

Friday - Sunday
Adults (16-61) $25
Kids(4-15) Seniors (62+) $20

Water Slide +$5 (Unlimited Slides)

Bath House & Spa 9:00am - 9:00pm

Upper Pool 9:00am - 5:00 pm

Spa & Club

Spa & Club

Limited massage services are available. Please call for more information.

The Spa & Club is reserved for overnight guests and patrons receiving spa services age 16+.

  • Service providers will wear face coverings and wash hands before and after each treatment.
  • All touch points will be sanitized between treatments.
  • All linens will be washed and sanitized with calcium hypochlorite bleach between treatments.
  • In compliance with State order, Steam Rooms, Saunas, and limited spa services will be offered.
  • Locker rooms are closed at this time.
  • Guest are asked to come dressed for Spa service from their room, or will be directed downstairs to change in single stall rooms, which will be sanitized after each use.
  • All personal items should be left in their room or car.
  • There will be 15 minutes between each appointment to allow for proper sanitization of treatment room.
  • Service providers and client are required to wear a mask or face covering at all times.
  • Conduct symptom checks for all customers receiving services.

Please call 719-395-2447 to make a reservation

Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort MapLodging

Overnight guests will have access to the hot springs and other available resort amenities during operating hours, from the day you check in through the day you check out. At this time, Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort will limit the number of total pool admissions to the property.

Guest rooms are being cleaned beyond our usual standards and staff will be reminded each morning of our increased standards. Room inspectors are doubling their efforts for touchpoint cleaning (remotes, phones, light switches, etc.) to ensure these items are not missed.

In order to maintain the highest standards of cleanliness post COVID shutdown, Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort has implemented a sanitizing schedule to provide safety and comfort to all of our guests and employees.

High touch surfaces will be cleaned frequently, and guests will see dedicated employees around the resort performing cleaning procedures. All associates will carry sanitizer supplies with them and sanitize the property as they perform their daily work.

All staff will wear masks, and we ask all guests follow state health guidelines and wear masks while outside of your home.

Hand sanitizing stations have been added across property in order to provide easy access to sanitizers near high-touch surfaces such as lobbies, locker rooms and doors.

Changes to our overnight stay services will be detailed upon your arrival.


Food & Beverage:

Mary Murphy Steak House is open with limited seating inside and outside, take-out. 

Reservations are highly recommended for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 719-395-2447.

The Mt. Princeton Market will continue to operate with grocery items to support the local community.  

The Juice Bar will only offer pool side service limiting the number of people in the lobby.

We look forward to serving you,

Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort Staff