For those who enjoy the beauty of our setting and the rejuvenating hot springs, we are now offering memberships to Friends of the Feather River Hot Springs! This is an opportunity to enjoy the springs any time of year.
The membership fee is $25 per adult, and includes one free 2-hour soak in the springs. Every 2-hour soak after that is $10 per adult; $10 for children 13 years of age and above; $5 for children under 13; free for children under 6. Children must be accompanied by a parent. No membership fee is required for children.
Membership is for one year, and use of hot springs will be by permission with reservation by text (925-783-2913), at least 2 hours before your expected arrival time, to make sure the Springs are available. You may also email Rocki (email@example.com) or phone, if texting is not available.
Memberships will be available starting January 1, 2019, after your application has been received and processed.
Visit our Hot Springs page for additional information about the springs.
How to Join
- Download the waiver: Hot Springs Risk Acknowledgement and Disclaimer Waiver and Assumption of Risk
- Read and sign the waiver
- Write a check for $25, made out to Feather River Hot Springs
- Mail the signed waiver and your check to: Feather River Hot Springs, PO Box 3186, Quincy CA 95971
- You will receive a membership card with a password and instructions on how to reserve time in the hot springs.
This beautiful property has been under the care of proprietor Rocki Eriksen for the past 20 years, and it is her vision to continue to transform it from the badly neglected and abused place it was prior to her ownership.
Some of the things in the works are more tubs, a changing room, showers, bathroom and possibly a sauna. It would also be great if the Old Tavern could be restored and revived — renovated as a microbrewery, fine destination dining or a roadside cafe.
All of this takes know how, commitment and, most importantly, funds. If interested in investing and you have experience in restaurant, hotel management, concert/festival production or organizing outdoor recreational events, please send a resume to Rockel Eriksen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Bit of History
The Northern Maidu, native inhabitants of Plumas and surrounding counties for more than 2000 years, occupied the Feather River region and its many tributaries. It's unknown whether they made use of these particular hot springs, however.
In recent history, the Springs were discovered around the same time that the road was built connecting Oroville to Reno, which was in about 1930. Small communities were built in the canyon to accommodate workers as well as travelers. The tiny trickle of hot water that came from the rocks was drilled deeper, cement tubs were installed and two free-flowing pools were developed. In the late 1930s, a small resort was built that consisted of a few tiny cabins where people could come and take the healing waters.
Member Payment for Reservations
Members with a reservation to use the hot springs will be given a password to pay securely via PayPal on this page: