In all the world
no waters like these

Wilbur Hot Springs is a refuge from the fast pace and noise of the modern world. This land and its healing waters offer a unique opportunity to slow down, quiet the mind, and listen deeply. Here, you can let go, sink into yourself, and reconnect with what matters most.

Wilbur is an off-grid, solar-powered destination resort with naturally occurring hot mineral springs in the heart of an 1800-acre nature preserve located in Northern California. Our baths and flumes are clothing optional. See more in our FAQ.

Wilbur is a sanctuary where all are welcome. People of color, women, LGBTQ, foreign born and US citizens, Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, atheist, whatever your belief system, you are welcome here.

Wilbur makes no distinction to the human family. Health is a human right and your rights are protected at Wilbur Hot Springs. We’re not feeding fear at Wilbur. We’re offering Sanctuary.

True Sanctuary for safety, health and healing…..

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Please be sure you have received a confirmation # via email prior to arriving here. Without your confirmation, you do not have a reservation. It is also important to visit our Plan Your Visit and FAQs pages before arriving.

Latest Blog Postings

The Beauty of Wilbur in the Spring

March 13, 2019
Today we’re thankful for blue skies! Join us!

Don’t Miss the Upcoming Guest Chef Weekend

March 6, 2019
We only  have a few spots left for our upcoming Guest Chef Weekend! Book your reservation now!

Only a few spots left for Guest Chef Weekend

February 2, 2019
We only have a few spots left for the March Guest Chef Weekend on March 15-17 with Chef Bodhi. Find out more.

A New Year Tradition

January 5, 2019
If you have visited Wilbur, you are most likely aware of the Nature Preserve and the unique sites to enjoy. It is there you will find our Wishing Tree where hopes, desires, prayers, dreams and wishes are written on colorful tags and tied to its branches. As is the custom on New Year’s Eve, the wishes are released and transformed with a bonfire. This year, because of high winds and low precipitation the Millers built a small camp fire at Sarana and Aaron’s Yurt instead of the large bonfire. With much love, each tag was carefully removed from the Wishing Tree by Dr. Richard Miller and his family: Jolee, Sarana, Aaron, Jules (Jolee’s son) and his brother Lauren. They sat together and read many of the notes (and there were thousands). They were a cross section of the wishes of our culture.  A high percentage of the wishes were wishes of good things for other people. Some wishes were to save a life or a marriage and some were to save humanity itself. Many were sentiments of wellness wished for all. Next time you are at Wilbur join in and place a wish on the Wilbur Wishing Tree.  And, if you feel extra creative walk further down the road to Wilbur’s Wind Chime Park and think about adding an assemblage wind chime.  The guest made wind chimes are there all year around. And, by the way, when you encounter the ponies in the Nature Preserve, say hello.  They are friendly and will eat apples and carrots from your hand.  

Guest Chef New Year’s Weekend

December 24, 2018
Guest Chef New Year’s Weekend is SOLD OUT but we’d love to have you at the table for our next Guest Chef Weekend February 23-25, 2019. Limited space available. Please call us at (530) 473-2306 to reserve your spot.

Wilbur’s sunset

December 8, 2018
The detox begins on the drive in!

A Gift for You

December 2, 2018
Greetings friends, Welcome to a new day at Wilbur!  We are the new General Managers, Jerry and Brennan Newberry. Hailing from the Midwest, we’ve been together for nearly 30 years and truly enjoy each other’s company.  A decade ago we started a journey to pursue the dream of working together and that vision led us into the field of resort management and now to Wilbur Hot Springs. We are so excited to have the opportunity to serve you. As our way of saying hello, we have decided to cancel the increase that went into effect October 2018 (effective immediately).  A gift from our hearts to yours.  Please stop by and introduce yourself when you visit Wilbur. We look forward to meeting you. Cheers! Jerry and Brennan

Come relax in the healing waters at Wilbur

November 30, 2018
Treat yourself to our healing waters. Prescription-grade nature!

Stultz Family Update

November 21, 2018
Cheryl, Mel and son Bubba Stultz are faring as well as can be expected. They are still in an evacuation zone and supplies are getting tight and fuel supplies are also getting tight. They are so humbled and thankful for all the generosity and caring messages they have received from the Wilbur community. They are not out of the woods yet. Hopefully they are able to get out soon. Thank you all!

Ropp Family Update

November 20, 2018
John Ropp and his family of 12 are so very grateful for all the support they have received from the Wilbur community – we continue to collect financial support for John and his family – Wilbur has received requests from the community on how they can support the family and they following items would be very welcomed by the Ropp Family. Here’s a list of items that will help reconstruct the life of our family. * Pots, pans, skillets (no   Teflon, toxic to parrots). * parrot (macaw) nail trimmers * basic tools: hammers,screwdrivers, etc * Toaster oven,(micro not needed). * ice chests * Klean Kanteens & Thermos * Debris clean-up supplies for 10 people: * heavy-duty rubber gloves, * 10 plastic 5gallon buckets, * Heavy duty trash bags, * steel-shank boots (protection from nails) * small screen  sifters * Shovels Items for grandchildren(5,7): * Ballet slippers: sizes 13,& 2 * girl’s ballet clothes Items for business restarts (5 total) * Office supplies * fax machine * power drill * Foldable tables(6 feet). * cleaning supplies (broom, etc.) * one PC monitor (we got the brain but the monitor is now “well done”)