Miracle Hot Springs
General Description: This is my favorite kind of hot spring. It is free. It is rustic but well maintained by the locals. The hot springs are cemented tubs using all the local rocks to give it a natural environment. There are three tubs alongside the Kern River. The hot spring tubs are very unique with stone work. There are a total of five springs at Remington. The custom is clothing optional. No glass is allowed.
Location: 30 miles north of Bakersfield, Ca or 6 miles from Lake Isabella, Ca. This springs is adjacent to Hobo Camp Ground in the Sequoia National Park.
Directions: From The 99 freeway out of Bakersfield take highway 178 to Borrel Road. Hobo Campground is about 2 miles off the road. Miracle Hot Springs has a parking area and day use. Rafters can use this site as a launch.
Accessibility: The accessibility is good. These springs are located on path that goes along the Kern River. The scenerary and the river walk is very nice. The hot Springs are at the end of the path about 500 foot walk from the parking lot.
Hot Springs: The hot springs are primitive natural developed. There are three pools in the main area that is next to the river that cascade into to each other . The first tub is where the source of the hot springs come out. It is about 106 degrees. The second tub is a bigger. The temperature measured 103 degrees. The last tub measured at 100 degrees.
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