Juniper Hot Springs bubble up out of the ground outside of Lay, Colorado. By searching history we became aware of the unique fact that the waters, according to a U.S. Government analysis made in 1939, contains 24 minerals. Only two other similar springs exist and they are found in Europe. All of these minerals in Juniper Hot Springs have been found beneficial.

For centuries the Native Americans camped near Juniper Mountain to use the spring. Many relics, spearheads, corn grinders and other artifacts were found which showed at least 5 permanent camps were here. The natives called the spring 'Healing Waters.'  Read More...

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Summer 2012

Currently, Juniper Hot Springs is closed for maintenance.  We are making improvements which unfortunately do not allow us to be open at this time.

Camping is available by Advance Reservation Only, please contact Roy McAnally 970.326.6566
Cost for a campsite is $10/night, does not include soaking in the pools.
*Overnight campers must adhere to daily hours of operation 9am-7pm