Besides being the second most populous state in the US, Texas is known for hundreds of other things. Texas is bigger than any entirely European country and is home to a Six Flags Amusement Park. Besides that, Texas has amazing hot springs. If you’re on vacation – we highly recommend you visit one today.
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List of Warm (68°F+) and Hot Springs in Texas
Both hot, warm, and cooler springs are available in Texas. For a relaxing, therapeutic soak, consider the 100+ degree water of Langford Hot Springs in Big Bend National Park. Chinati Hot Springs offers a cooler, 70-degree year-round swimming pool.
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Guide to Texas’ Natural Hot Springs
You’ve probably heard the statement ‘Everything is bigger in Texas’ and it is true. It’s one of the biggest states in the US and even has a few mineral springs to soak in.
Texas is filled with scenic routes, historical attractions big museums, huge city parks, breathtaking waterfalls, sand dunes and even caves to stock your itinerary. Beyond that, Texas has some amazing springs.
3 of Texas’ Favorite Hot Springs
If you’re looking to visit Texas anytime soon, here are a few hot springs that are worth a visit.
Langford Hot Springs – Also known as Boquillas Hot Springs, this one is located in Big Bend National Park. The water here is 41 degrees in the winter and 106 degrees in the summer. So, you can plan your trip to Boquillas Hot Springs, Texas, during any season as the water is great all year round.
The water here is natural and is known to have healing qualities. If you have physical pain, try soaking in the hot water here. If you’re looking to take a break, this hot spring would be perfect for you.
Chianti Hot Springs – These hot springs are at a privately owned oasis and are super comfortable. If you’re looking to get away from it all, Chianti Hot Springs are for you. The water here is at a perfect temperature of 113 degrees throughout the year. After relaxing in the water, you can always have a meal surrounded by your favorite people here.
Barton Springs Pool – Barton Springs pool has geothermal pools surrounded by the most breathtaking scenery. The water here has a steady temperature of 70 degrees almost all year – so you can plan your trip for any season.
The water here is considered old, fossil water, which is irreplaceable because it has several healing qualities. It carries minerals like calcium, which can help with muscle recovery and even skin problems like acne and dark circles.
The pools here are big. This mineral springs is almost always crowded so try to visit on a weekday. Weekends it’s packed from sunrise to sunset. After a dip in the pool, you can enjoy a relaxing picnic with your family. Or head out to explore more and even drive around.
Krause Springs – Krause Springs is a huge hot springs with many natural pools. The temperature of the water is 69-70 degrees, which makes it irresistible in the summers. These pools are open for the public almost all year.
This place is perfect for families looking to take a vacation. It is surrounded by camping sites, which are also great spots for starting a barbeque. Besides food, Krause Springs is also very close to a waterfall.
Krause also has restrooms for people who want to spend the night. Those who want to fish in the big natural pools are welcome to do so. There are many barbeque stops on the way, so if you’re looking for a fun day out, Krause Springs is the way to go.
There are multiple reasons why you should choose a Texan hot springs for your next vacation. One of the best things about mineral springs is that they are great for your mind and body. So, what are you waiting for?
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