Grover Hot Springs State Park
UPDATE: Park Partially Closed Due to Tamarack Fire Damage
The park is open for DAY USE hiking and picnicking as of May 6, 2022!
The campground (Loop 1 = sites 1-34) is open first-come-first-serve as of June 2022!
The hot springs pools remain closed.
Hidden in quiet Hot Springs Valley on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada, Grover Hot Springs State Park offers alpine vistas of granite peaks and wildflower meadows. After taking a brisk hike or a scenic stroll, visitors may soak in a mineral pool fed from six hot springs (when the pools reopen TBD). Other features include a forested 76-site campground, picnic area, hiking trails, and a creek for fishing and water play.
A full range of seasons and weather offer the visitor the opportunity to experience a variety of conditions, from major blizzards to dry scorchers, from warm clear nights to intense, blasting thunderstorms. Winds of great speeds are capable of whipping through the park causing damage during any month of the year. Pristine clear, warm days can be followed by cold stormy nights.
Proper preparation for the full range of potential conditions can make a visit to the park not only safe and warm but also dry and comfortable.