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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.

World Bathing Day

 

Wilbur Hot Springs is supporting the petition to the UN to declare JUNE 22 – World Bathing Day – we encourage everyone to partake by signing at http://www.bathetheworld.org

If you are planning to be in the Fresno area, please visit our dear friends at Mercey Hot Springs

Latest Blog Postings

Wilbur is fully booked for Memorial Day Weekend

May 23, 2018
Reserve your overnight reservation for other nights now on-line at https://wilburhotsprings.com/availability

Online Booking is Now Available

May 17, 2018
Now you can book your overnight stay at Wilbur directly on the website. Visit the online booking page at https://wilburhotsprings.com/availability

Sarana Yoga June Retreat

May 11, 2018
Sarana is hosting her amazing yoga retreat at Wilbur June 8-10. If you have never experienced this healing and rejuvenating retreat, this is your opportunity. For more information, visit www.saranayoga.com. We look forward to seeing you on the yoga deck!​

Reserve a Day Visit for this Weekend

May 10, 2018
Springtime at Wilbur is all about the wild flowers, wildlife and soaking! We are fully booked this weekend for overnight stays, but still have a few day-use spots available for Sunday – reserve your spot now!

Dr. Richard Louis Miller Book Signing and Talk

May 3, 2018
Dr. Richard Louis Miller will be holding a book signing and talk on May 12th at 12:30PM in the Wilbur Community Dining Room. Embracing the revival of psychedelic research and the discovery of new therapeutic uses, clinical psychologist Dr. Richard Louis Miller discusses what is happening today in psychedelic medicine−and what will happen in the future−with top researchers and thinkers in this field, including Rick Doblin, Stanislav Grof, James Fadiman, Julie Holland, Dennis McKenna, David Nichols, Charles Grob, Phil Wolfson, Michael and Annie Mithoefer, Roland Griffiths, Katherine Mac- Lean, and Robert Whitaker.

Springtime at Wilbur is so special!

April 20, 2018
Plan on visiting us soon if you enjoy wild flowers.We are fully booked this upcoming weekend and have a few rooms left for next weekend only – call now 530-473-2306 Photo credit Jen Maniaci

The Robinson Creek Ponies

April 13, 2018
While visiting Wilbur Hot Springs, you may be surprised to come across some ponies! These ponies are part of a larger herd of feral ponies living in the hills west of Ukiah in Mendocino County. They were originally brought to the area by psychiatrist Waldo Cook as a surprise gift for his family in the mid 1960’s. The original herd consisted of 10 pregnant Shetland ponies. That number grew when Waldo purchased a Welsh stallion. Within 10 years, Waldo sold most of the ponies at auction. Some managed to either escape or were deliberately set free. The herd thrived in the wild and evolved to become hardy ponies known locally as the Robinson Creek Ponies. As their population grew, Ukiah residents developed mixed feelings about them. Some would like to see their numbers reduced and controlled. Others however find them endearing and even helpful in keeping the grass down and reducing the fire hazard in the rugged hills. There are even reports of residents capturing and training these gentle-natured ponies. Occasionally the ponies wander out of their natural habitat and become a hazard along the highway. When herding them back up into the hills doesn’t work, horse rescue organizations are called upon to relocate them. This is what happened in early 2017 when a wayward band of ponies needed a new place to call home. Richard and Jolee Miller generously offered safe sanctuary for them at Wilbur Hot Springs. Although appearing to be quite tame, the ponies here are wild and unhandled. Just like the Mustangs in the West and the Chincoteague Ponies in the East, the Robinson Creek Ponies are well equipped to live in the wild. This herd will not grow larger as the stallions were castrated prior to release but that is the only attention they received from humans. They live wild just like all the other wild animals here at Wilbur Hot Springs. Mother Nature can be kind or cruel but please know the ponies are happiest fending for themselves and living free as they have done for over 50 years. As told by Angie Herman from S.A.F.E.R. Sonoma Action For Equine Rescue

Support World Bathing Day

April 11, 2018
Support Wilbur’s, and other Hot Springs around the world, petition to the United Nations to declare JUNE 22 World Bathing Day. Please click this link http://www.bathetheworld.org and sign the petition. Please SHARE

Make Plans for April’s Guest Chef Weekend

April 10, 2018
Chef Liam McDermott is the next host of Wilbur’s April Guest Chef Weekend – please come and join us for a culinary feast, spring wild flowers, and camping in now also open! The April Guest Chef Weekend runs from April 20 through April 22. Find out more…

The Poppies are Blooming

April 4, 2018
The hillsides at Wilbur are now being graced with the first poppies of the season. Plan a trip to stroll among them yourself!