Wilbur Hot Springs

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About Wilbur Hot Springs, Williams

Wilbur Hot Springs is a naturally occurring historic hot spring, health sanctuary, personal retreat and 1,800-acre (7.3 km2) nature reserve in Williams, California, in Colusa County, California in northern California, United States, about 2 hours northeast of the San Francisco Bay Area, 1½ hours north of the Sacramento Airport.

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Overview of Wilbur Hot Springs

Wilbur Hot Springs lies in the city of Williams in United States. Wilbur Hot Springs is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

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  • Beautiful resort that is a perfect place to disconnect. The most magnificent hot springs water in the US and NorCal, by far. Worth the drive and worth a long stay!!!

  • This is a shame! Never got over the amount of $270 for two nights of camping. This is what happens with private ownership over natural hot springs. Obviously, this resort has chose to make money off something that's natural in the process they are closing it off from society. It's a sad world when you have to charge for nature to a point where your ripping travelers off. I will never pay $270 for camping. Sorry! I'll pass on Wilbur at that price and tell everyone I know about my experience. This resort is in the wrong hands.

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  • For day use its a little difficult because you have to walk all your stuff to the long term parking so you get kind of cold. If I got a room it would be a lot better. The hot springs felt so great and the kitchen was beautiful. I would definitely go back but only if I got a room and the weather was still cold

  • Nice spot, with mother nature's help, but poorly managed recently, especially since the unfortunate events at Harbin, which seemingly enabled Wilbur to double their price and not even bother picking up the phone nor even return emails for reservations, even for regulars like us. Shame on the institution to let go so much for what used to be a more serene and less greedy environment.

  • Amazing staff! The best place I've ever been! The water has not only saved my life from a horrible skin disease, but it's so calming and relaxing....a true miracle!

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