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Grover Hot Springs State Park

Meadow near Burnside Lake Trail The centerpiece of this park is the mineral hot springs, enjoyed because the mineral sulfur is minimal. Two concrete pools, one hot and one cold, are both equipped with lifts for disabled access. At an altitude of 6000- feet, even in summer the warm water may be welcome; in winter cross country skiers use the pools. The site...
Region: High Sierra
Nearest City: Markleeville
Trail Length: Less than .5 mile
Trail Grade: Gentle
Terrain: Moderately Firm
Accessible Restrooms: Yes
Accessible Parking: Yes

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  • camping
  • hiking
  • picnic
  • swimming
  • wildlife viewing
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