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Home: Oregon Hot Springs: Beulah Reservoir Hot Springs
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Vale District (BLM), Malheur Resource Area Overall Rating: D
3,400 ft Water Temperature: Too cool
Juntura Area Usage Level: Low

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09.12.03: Source

09.12.03: Structure

09.12.03: Yuk!

09.12.03: Good ol Rusty

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Pool Condition
Sunken bathtub caked with rust and algae.
Dates Visited: Trash Levels: Bug Levels:
09.12.03 moderate light

Water Clarity:


Slight Odor

Wildlife Sighted: Mule Deer, Prairie Falcons, Northern Harriers, Sagebrush Lizards, Kingfisher

Seasonal Notes
Road could turn into muck-pots in rain and deteriorates the closer you get to the HS (4x4 recommended during rain/snow seasons).
Camping Notes
BLM camping a few miles from the hot springs, private residences and property everywhere else.


Yuk. Well, there is actually potential here. But the old bathtub that houses the pool has got to go. As does the structure that is built around and into the tub. The hoses that carry the hot water from the source to the tub need replacing and repositioning as well. I think what once was is too far gone for repair. The flow from the source is questionable too. Even with some reengineering there just might not be enough flowage to keep soakers happy. The reservoir that the hot springs in on is no longer... it is now a range for cattle grazing. A few miles away you can find some nice camping along the road back towards Juntura, but besides that the land around the hot springs look to be private even though it is marked on the map as BLM land. The map shows Beulah Reservoir as an actual reservoir too though.
Rating: D

Related: Hot Springs Guide Books, Oregon Posters/Prints, Weather Conditions


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