After hiking, riding your ATV or birding throughout the region, you might find you need a place for an invigorating splash. The warm spring of Ash Springs is just such a spot, and the groves of large trees make it a great place to unwind.
Just 100 miles north of Las Vegas on Highway 93, Ash Springs is also home to Mecca, a popular bouldering and climbing spot that also features ancient petroglyphs.
Meadow Lane Motel
Windmill Ridge Restaurant
Great Basin Foods
What to see
Ash Springs is a desert oasis, part of a series of natural springs in the area, which sits in the middle of the beautiful high desert landscape of the Pahranagat Valley. A series of natural hot spring ponds shaded by several large trees, Ash Springs is an ideal place for a soak, and provides a welcome oasis in the isolated desert. Although there are several springs in the area, their outflow makes a small creek with several small pools. These pools are ideal for bathing, with relatively sandy bottoms and varied sizes and depths— always big enough to soak in.