Restorative Waters + Wellness Programs


Hot Springs Wellness

Astoria’s naturally-fed soaking pools are rich with 6+ unique mineral compounds that aid us in healing our minds and bodies. Here’s our guide on how to mindfully and healthily experience Astoria’s waters in a way that promotes personal and community wellness. 

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Upcoming Wellness Events

31 May
Jackson Hole Pride Takeover- Private Hot Springs session
May, 31

Location: In the Pool

In support of Mental Health Awareness Month, this session will be closed to the general public for Jackson Hole Pride Takeover Day. What is a Takeover Day? Takeover Days are...

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02 June
Morning Meditation Soak
June, 02

Location: In the Pool

Morning Meditation Soak Register Today Join Astoria Park Conservancy for monthly morning meditations within the soaking pools at Astoria. Rooted Mind will facilitate a morning meditation while soaking in the...

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09 June
Yoga Flow + Crystal Sound Bath
June, 09


Yoga + Sound + Soak at Astoria Hot Springs facilitated by Medicine Wheel Wellness Register Today Experience an all-inclusive wellness practice greeting the morning’s energy with breathwork and intention setting...

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Explore our Mineral Rich Waters



Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body. It has been linked to alleviating stress and depression, as well as high blood sugar and bone, skin and muscle deficiencies.



Sulfur plays an important role in our bodies – soaking in this element can relieve muscle soreness, along with skin conditions such as rosacea, psoriasis and dandruff.



Of all the essential minerals found in your body, calcium is the most abundant. It can contribute to normal bone strength, muscle function, blood clotting, and digestive enzyme function.


  • Safety First

    Consult with a doctor before soaking if you are pregnant, have diabetes, cancer, or suffer from cardiovascular disease.

  • Stay Hydrated

    Soaking in hot springs for extended periods can lead to dehydration. Drink water during and after your soak or even opt for an electrolyte drink. Consuming alcoholic beverages can enhance dehydration.

  • Take a break when you need one

    Soaking in hot springs can lead to overheating, especially with children.

  • Pro Tip: Cool Off Afterwards

    Take a 1 minute cool shower after your soak for increased circulation, pain relief, and improved digestion.

  • Be allergy aware

    Avoid soaking in our hot springs if you have a sulfur allergy.


A mother carries her child through the mist on a sunny winter day.


Short 5 minute soaks with breaks will:
  • Improve immune system function
  • Increase metabolism
  • Improve healing
  • Relieve pain.

A couple lounges in a hot spring pool on a sunny winter day.


Longer 20 minute soaks will:
  • Relax muscles
  • Improve stress and mood
  • Absorb minerals

Three men dip in the cold plunge pool at Astoria Hot Springs.

Take a Cold Plunge!

Astoria’s Cold Plunge sits at right around 53 degrees, giving visitors brave enough to take the plunge a plethora of health benefits. In particular, alternating between hot and short cold soaks have been found to increase circulation, reduce inflammation in muscles, and assist the body in healing damaged tissue. Plus, visitors may notice an elevated heart rate, adrenaline, and the release of endorphins, which could ease pain and lighten mood. 

Cold immersion does not come without its risks. To learn more about these risks, the Conservancy recommends consulting with your physician to learn if the Cold Plunge is the right experience for you. 

Follow with a warm soak for full benefits!

Soak in Nature

Wellness Partners

The study of mineral waters is a growing field across the world. For more information about the benefit of mineral hot springs, check out The Balneology Association of North America. Astoria will continue to study the mineral make up of our hot springs, as well as the benefits of soaking.