Natural Hot Springs, Lodge, and Cabins in Buena Vista, Colorado


Hot water from nature. Come visit our hot springs.
We are open 365 days a year!

No reservation needed for soaking in our hot springs, just come on by during business hours and purchase a day pass from the front desk!

Come soak in Colorado's purest, geothermal, gravity-fed mineral spas. Historically noted for their medicinal and therapeutic value, the springs were used for centuries by the Ute Indians as a spiritual gathering place. Today, people have come from all over the world to soak in the curative waters.



Natural Hot Water

Natural Hot Water

Enjoy our soaking pools filled with natural hot water.

Spa Services

Spa Services

We have a staff of on-site therapists. Book a massage, facial, or wrap.

Come stay at our beautiful remodeled hotel/lodge or a creek-side cabin. We are in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. We would like to welcome you to our relaxing, comfortable Old West style country inn. Choose a room in our lodge our guest house, a bed in our dormitory, one of our cabins, or a tent site. We have recently remodeled our lodge. See what's new.

We are nestled in a high mountain natural ecosystem area of the majestic Collegiate Peaksm Range, 2 1/2 hours from Denver. Bordered by Cottonwood Creek and surrounded by the San Isabel National Forest, we are located 5-1/2 miles west of the picturesque town of Buena Vista,  Colorado. Cottonwood Hot Springs is close to Monarch Ski Resort and Ski Cooper.  See our map for directions.

Our mission is to provide a peaceful and relaxing space for our guests to stay and balance body, mind, and spirit, and to provide them with a wide range of spa services. We would like to welcome you for a therapeutic soak in our mountain natural hot springs and a treatment or massage. Our therapists here offer many unique modalities including wraps, scrubs energy work, facial massage and hydration.

 Feb 9-12


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