Japan America Society of Colorado

Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort

Mt. Princeton Hot Springs

Mount Princeton Hot Spring Resort is located in Nathrop, Colorado between the towns of Buena Vista and Salida, Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort is ideal for family vacations, romantic getaways, mountain weddings, or corporate events. 

At Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort, overnight resort guests and Colorado visitors seeking a one-day hot springs experience are welcomed to a relaxing and invigorating experience.  With expert spa treatments that reinvigorate both, body and soul. Guests can also enjoy unlimited outdoor recreation alternatives during any season and at any every level. Gourmet meals cater to your refined tastes. Spectacular lodging at reasonable prices.The heart of Mount Princeton is our geothermal springs. Guests lounge in crystal clear, odorless waters reaching 135 degrees, constructing cooling currents with smooth river rocks. Revered by the Ute Indians as a ceremonial bath, these springs also feed our pristine pools, complete with a water slide, averaging 95 degrees in temperature.

Just one short mile away are the treasures of the Colorado Trail, with bountiful opportunities to hike, mountain bike, and experience breathtaking scenery. Also easily accessible are fishing, horseback riding, whitewater rafting and off-roading, as well as camping in the San Isabel National Forest. Snowmobiling, alpine and cross-country skiing are popular winter pursuits at Mount Princeton.

Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort became a member supporter of JASC in 2013.  They are a popular destination for Japanese tourists to Colorado! In Japan, Onsen, are a popular destination for relaxation and an escape from the hectic city life. There are many different types of onsen including outdoor and indoor baths. Baths may be either publicly or privately run, often as part of a hotel, ryokan (inn) or bed and breakfast.