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Norris Hot Springs, Norris

#49 of 117 in Nature in Montana
Must see · Hot Spring · Nature / Park
The 'Water of the Gods' is a series of artesian springs, flowing at a constant rate of 60 gallons per minute and an average temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Locally milled fir planks have been laid directly over the source to create our unique 30' x 40' pool.

Our mission is to benefit the health of the community by protecting our land's resources while harnessing the hot springs' potential to heat public spaces, enhance local food production, and provide a safe, relaxing soak in all of Montana's seasons
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  • We camped in the campground on the property and it was great complete with hookups to make the stay comfortable. The use of the hot springs was very minimal charge per person and was good for 24...  more »
  • Camped here six days, while an axle problem on my trailer got fixed. These folks run a class act. No pretense, just a lovely place to soak. Good food. Full hookups, in season. If you want authentic...  more »
  • I love this place. The hot pool is the perfect temp. The cafe has a great selection of food and drinks. Locally sourced ingredients and we'll made. Every band I've seen there has been good. No glass and no outside alcohol, but I've brought my own snacks. Drinking water provided. Changing rooms and port a pots on sight. Camping during the summer. Some tables available, but they will also bring your food to you pool side.
  • Very unique and one-of-a-kind place. The campground was clean. Staff were friendly. The hot springs pool was refreshing and lovely. They serve food and drinks poolside. I was a little grossed out by people eating in the pool because of the idea of food remnants possibly floating around in the same water where you are soaking, but aside from that, it really was a treasure and worth visiting.

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