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Wilbur Hot Springs - Northern California Hot Springs Hotel Resort

   
WHS Fire

Dear Friends,
As you may know, our beloved hotel was lost to a fire on Saturday, March 29. Thankfully no one was
injured. We have received an overwhelming outpouring of support and love from our worldwide family
who call Wilbur home. We are moved by each and every one of you.

Many of you are inquiring about making financial contributions, volunteering, and sending sentiments and good wishes. Please see the links below for more information.

We are happy to say that our precious mineral waters, the nature preserve, and all other structures on the property were untouched by the fire. The spring rains hold promise for a glorious wildflower season this
year. And we are already making plans to reopen soon for day use visitors, camping, and limited overnight stays in the Solar Lodge.


The Millers  

We all feel passionate about Wilbur as a place of healing and refuge and we are doing everything we can
to create renewal and make space for you, our community, to return. We will continue to post updates on
this site, so check back when you can. We look forward to seeing you here soon.

Much love,
Dr. Richard and Jolee Miller,
Sarana Miller and the staff of Wilbur Hot Springs


Volunteer - We are compiling a list of those who wish to help Wilbur heal and as soon as we are ready for help, we will contact those who can assist us. Thank you so much for your support!
Good Wishes
- Please email Ryan, Administrative Manager, and he will make sure to send your regards to the whole Wilbur family.
Press & Information
- For more information, or to receive Wilbur press information, please email Ryan, Administrative Manager.




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For centuries, those seeking the powerful healing properties of natural hot mineral springs have

been drawn to Wilbur Hot Springs -- in Wilbur Springs, California. Since long before the days of the stagecoach, the hot springs have been a source of respite, retreat and rejuvenation for weary
travelers. Throughout time, those who stay here leave feeling better than when they arrived – having
warmed the body, eased the heart and replenished the soul.

 

Today's guests appreciate the healing mineral waters and more – the hotel's unique and rustic charm, the
solitude and peace found here, the many opportunities to reconnect with nature, and taking part in
enjoyable recreational activities afforded next door in the private 1,800-acre nature preserve open most
of the year to our registered guests. Wilbur Hot Springs resort offers the best for those seeking relaxation
in a serene and natural setting or for a romantic getaway.





Pause for Reflection... A Personal Retreat at Wilbur Hot Springs
New video offering by the artistic team Trinette Reed/Chris Gramly who were inspired by their
relaxing visits to Wilbur Hot Springs!

Best Hot Spring Resorts & Hotels Worldwide

 

Wilbur Hot Springs is listed in the top 90 best hotels and resorts - "The Hotel Book: Great Escapes
Around the World" - Taschen Books. Here's some noteworthy Wilbur amenities:


* Lodging & Accommodations - Reflecting its turn-of-the-century origins, the hotel
offers 20 private guest rooms, a spacious suite with private bath & kitchen, a
comfortable 11-bed bunkhouse and 4 campsites. European-style toilets are
conveniently located throughout the hotel.

 

* Mineral Hot Springs Resort - Sheltered by a Japanese-style "Fluminarium", the mineral
water at Wilbur is channeled into three long covered "flumes" and an outdoor flume.
Of all Northern California hot spring spas, Wilbur is renowned for its natural healing
properties. Open day and night to registered guests, the private hot spring is clothing
optional in the flumes, sauna and deck areas.

 

* Massage - Massage treatments are offered year-round, performed by professional
therapists. Chiropractic treatments are also available.

 

* Dining - With the exception of Guest Chef Weekends, guests at Wilbur bring their own
groceries and prepare their meals in the fully-equipped professional kitchen. Dine in
either of the two beautiful dining rooms, the Great Room -- or outdoors on the veranda.

 

* Activities - Outdoor activities include hiking, biking with complimentary bikes,
bird-watching, and river rafting at nearby Cache Creek Canyon.

* Yoga - Wilbur Hot Springs offers complimentary yoga weekends on the yoga deck.

 

* Events - Events include Guest Chef Weekends, yoga, writing workshops, meditations,
and more. The resort is ideal for weddings & romantic getaways, retreats,
seminars, reunions, and other private gatherings.

 

 

 




Owned by Dr. Richard Louis Miller
since 1972, Wilbur Hot Springs is a place where
consideration and mutual respect reign.


Mineral Springs Spa & Resort near Williams and Clearlake, CA

The hot springs hotel is located approximately 140 miles northeast of San Francisco, CA in Colusa
County. It's about a 2.5 hour drive from the City By The Bay. From the Sacramento Airport, it's
approximately a 1.5 hour drive. Wilbur is 22 miles west of Williams and 22 miles east of Clearlake.
When returning home after your stay at Wilbur, try an alternate route through the picturesque
world-famous Napa valley. Click here for directions.


The Closest Thing We Have to a Japanese Onsen in California

"It's super laid-back, restful, beautiful, and the people are nice who work and visit there. The baths are
not separated like most of the places in Japan, and are clothing optional..."
China N. | San Francisco, CA - Read more testimonials


Wilbur Hot Springs Location
3375 Wilbur Springs Road
Wilbur Springs, California 95987-9709
Phone: (530) 473-2306
Email: [email protected]




The Wilbur Philosophy
"Sustaining Wilbur Hot Springs Hotel and Nature Preserve as the perfect place to relax."


Most website images Meg Solaegui © 2013 - Photo of fire by Ryan Helton