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Mono Hot Springs

Mono Hot Springs is a summer resort, campground, unincorporated community, and a group of hot springs in Fresno County, central California. It is located within the Sierra National Forest, 70mi northeast of Fresno via California State Route 168.HistoryThe Mono Hot Springs post office was established in 1945. It, a general store, and stone cabins are located at the rustic Mono Hot Springs Resort. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the resort was built in 1935, a few years after Southern California Edison completed this section of the Kaiser Pass Road for the Big Creek Hydroelectric Project.GeographyMono Hot Springs lies at an elevation of 6700ft, in the central Sierra Nevada. There are six separate hot springs, with the hottest 112F. The public springs are on the hillside across the South Fork of the San Joaquin River from the campground and resort.The locale is between Florence Lake and Lake Thomas A Edison reservoirs of the Big Creek Hydroelectric Project. It is reached via the forest service's Kaiser Pass Road, 17mi northeast from its start at Huntington Lake. The road crosses the 9175ft Kaiser Pass before reaching the hot springs and reservoirs.
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