El Dorado Hot Springs is located above a subterranean hot spring of pure, odorless, tasteless mineral water.
Tonopah translates to “hot water under the bush” in the local native American language. Among the most ancient forms of natural therapy, hot spring soaking has been enjoyed worldwide.
The water is naturally heated by Mother Earth to an average of 107 degrees, with a ph of 8.2.
Some say that it’s like bathing in liquid silk.
Due to the large volume of water flow at El Dorado’s mineral springs, the temperature of the water often varies based on season. Whether it is warm or hot, the mineral waters here are always a liquid vitamin for the body. It is delicious and nourishing to drink too!