Grover Hot Springs State Park lies on the east side the Sierra, near the Great Basin Province. This park is characterized with open pine forest and sagebrush meadows. It has a heated pool and hot springs swimming pool, as well as a campground, picnic area, and hiking trails.
Grover Hot Springs State Park lies at 6000' in a small valley of meadows, forest and alpine. This small campground is well-known for its hot swimming pool, which is fed by hotsprings. It is also a popular destination for families. You can also find hiking trails leading to beautiful Forest Service lands. The hot pool is open throughout the year. Winter camping is limited and there are only a few spots available.
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Grover Hot Springs State Park
3415 Hot Springs Road P.O. Box 188
Markleeville California 96120
Directions from the Nearest Address
Four miles west of Markleeville is the Hot Springs Road. The park is located in an alpine meadow with pine forest at 5,900 ft. Surrounded by peaks just above 10,000 ft.
Hours Spring Open
* Hi Season 8am-10pm
* Lo Season: Varies
Please call (530 694 2249) for more information about the pool
Map Link: Grover Hot Springs map
700, Shay Creek Rd, Markleeville, CA 96120, US