Beulah hot springs is located in a former reservoir used for cattle grazing. The crumbling structure, which includes a partially rusted bathtub, could use some TLC. Beulah is a great place to revive. This is assuming that all local farmers and private residences in view aren't too obnoxious.
The potential is there, but the old bathtub which houses the pool must go. Also, the tub structure. Hot water hoses that run from the tap to the tub must be replaced and re-positioned. Repairs are impossible for what was once possible. The water flow is also in question. Even with some reengineering it might not be enough water moving in order to keep the soakers happy.
The hot springs' reservoir is now grazing area for cattle. There is some primitive camping available just a few miles from the hot springs. But, the land to the east of the hotsprings seems private, despite it being marked as BLM land. Beulah Reservoir is also shown on the map.
Seasonal Notes
You should not drive on the road during heavy rains or snowstorms as it could become a mess.
Camping Notes
BLM camping just a few miles away from the hot springs, private homes and property anywhere else.
Season: Spring/Summer/Fall (access road sometimes closed in winter)
Type: Roadside
GPS: 43.944 118.136
Map Quad: BEULAH 15
Elevation: 3,400ft
Land: Public - Vale District BLM, Malheur Resource Area
No Fee
There are no restrictions
Usage: Low
Visibility High
Temp: n/a
Water Clarity: Semi Clear
Odor: n/a
pH: n/a
Area Features:
Juntura: Food/Gas closest to Juntura
Trash: Moderate
Moderate Bugs
Wildlife: Moderate
Clothing optional
Pit Toilet No


3600, Bendire Rd, Juntura, OR 97911, US

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