El Dorado Hot Springs, Tonopah, AZ

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41225 Indian School Road
Tonopah, AZ 85354
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Description

Cute little rustic hotspring resort in the desert about 45 minutes West of Phoenix on the 1-10. Great when you’re on a road trip and road weary. They have accomodations and massage too. (I’ve never tried the massage or stayed there though.) There is a common nude area and private soaking tubs as well. Cheap $7.50 per hour in the nude area and frequent soakers cards too. 8.2 ph and no sulfer or iron, so no smell. Has some lithium in it too. The old owner was a major contributor to the Hotsprings books too, so you can always pick up a copy of both the pacific northwest book and the southwest book.

Additional info and photos: http://www.el-dorado.com

Nearest Address

41225 Indian School Rd.

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Vital Information

  • Fee: $7.50 for 1 hour in the communal nude area, more for private.
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: N/A
  • Temp: various hot temps
  • pH: 8.2

Hours Spring is Open:

9AM – 9PM everyday of the year

GPS: N/A

Map Link: El Dorado Hot Springs Map

Submitted by: Jaya Love

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  1. Teri Grillo says:

    Love this place.  I soak for an hour and fill up jugs twice/month. Its $10/hr for a private area and the view is spectacular from “desert view”.  I am concerned about the TDS though.  I believe it came in at 700 when it was tested last year.  And is high Lithium a GOOD idea?  I don’t know.  Additionally, because the water comes out as high as 118 degrees using plastic containers is NOT a good idea.  They sell a pile of wood for $5 if you want a fire…but be warned it’s not always available.  They also have overnight prices which we did recently.   $75 from 9pm-11am for a non electrical site.  We slept in my SUV since it was in the 40’s that night and it was perfect.  They have sites with electrical outlets for $95 and inside accomodations for $125. 

  2. Christy says:

    I was lucky enough to find this place for my husband and I to spend the night at. we were able to enjoy a private soaking tub, as well as a lovely massage, and even came back later that night after we had checked out for stargazing with a local scientist that they bring in once a month. I highly recommend this place if you’re in the area!

  3. Baze Melamed says:

    Hello,,
    I own a bottling company in North Las Vegas and I am in need of Spring Water by the bulk. It would be ongoing and would need up to 25 tankers a month and possibly more. Please let me know if we can work something out.
    Thank you,
    Baze

  4. Deresa Clay says:

    Is this place still open?

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