Indian Hot Spring is an indoor spring located in Idaho Springs, very close to Denver the slopes and casinos. The property has a hot spring pool, mud bath, spa, outdoor Jacuzzis, private indoor baths, and geothermal caves. There are also multiple lodging options on the premises.
There is one large hot spring pool that is inclosed under a greenhouse with tropical vegetation surrounding the pool area. The temperature ranges from 90-100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Not listed on the official website.
Mandatory at all times.
What to expect~
Depending on when you go, expect a crowd on the weekends. Families and other will frequent this place on the weekends. To avoid crowds try going in the afternoon/night or week day. Bundling options were available for a very reasonable price, so expect to look into those to get the best bang for your buck. If you do the mud bath, be prepared for your skin to be dry after, bring moisturizer.
Go early in the morning, night, or week day. Bundle the services to include a mud bath and massage, it is totally worth the upgrade and gives you the whole spa experience. Go by one of the breweries in Idaho Springs for dinner or drinks before or after. Go on your way back form the slopes or a strenuous hike.
What to bring~
Robe, towel, bathing suit, facial moisturizer, lotion, flip flops/slides, picnic, water, wet bag for wet items, dry change of clothes.
9:00 am until 10:00 pm year round, (check website for updates)
Indian Hot Springs
302 Soda Creek Road
Mailing; PO Box 1990
Idaho Springs, CO 80452
My Personal Thoughts~
I really liked the variety that Indian Hot Springs had to offer, and at extremely affordable prices. I soaked and did a mud bath for like $40. This was very much a family place though, so I highly recommend going during off hours to get the most relaxing experience. The geothermal caves are a unique offer as well, however I did not try it during my visit but plan to return.