Grover Hot Springs, Markleeville, CA


Posted: January 30, 2011

Category: California, North America, United States, View All

3415 Hot Springs Road
Markleeville, CA 96120
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Grover Hot Springs State Park is located on the east side of the Sierra at the edge of the Great Basin Province, characterized by open pine forest, and sagebrush and meadows. The park has a pool complex with a hot pool and a swimming pool hot springs, a campground, picnic area and hiking trails.

Grover Hot Springs State Park is situated in a small alpine valley of forest and meadows at 6000′. Best known for its hot pool that is fed by hot springs, the small campground is also a popular family destination. A trout creek runs through the park and hiking trails lead into scenic Forest Service lands. The hot pool and recreation pool are open all year. During the winter there are a limited number of campsites available first come-first served, and cross country skiing and snow shoeing in the valley.

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Grover Hot Springs State Park
3415 Hot Springs Road, P.O. Box 188
Markleeville, California 96120
Phone: 530-694-2248
Reservations: 800-444-7275

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Located four miles west of Markleeville, at the end of Hot Springs Road, the park is in an alpine meadow and pine forest at 5,900 feet surrounded by peaks that just top 10,000 feet.

Vital Information

  • Fee: The entrance fee for the pool is $5 per adult.
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: N/A
  • Temp: Hot Spring temp 147 Hot Pool temp 104
  • pH: N/A

Hours Spring is Open:

* Hi Season 8am-10pm
* Lo Season: Varies
For more information about the pool, please call (530) 694-2249


Map Link: Grover Hot Springs Map

Submitted by: Mike Dehnert

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  1. Debra says:

    Just wondering if you guys produce drinking water?

    • Heather says: and Grover Hotsprings are two different websites, so they aren’t going to even see your message.

      I’d also like to know if there is potable water here, but I haven’t found any evidence that there is.

  2. Deb says:

    There’s no drinking water from the spring officially available, but the (boiling hot) water is accessible where it comes out of the ground. I don’t know if the park officials would mind if you tried to bottle it or not. Also, entrance fee to the hot and cold pools is now $10 per adult, $7 per child.

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