Grover Hot Springs State Park

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About Grover Hot Springs State Park

Grover Hot Springs captures a true rustic wilderness feel-- set on the Eastern side of the Sierra Nevada, the park features pine forest, sagebrush and open meadows. A great place for a family outing, Grover Hot Springs has easier trails for nature walks and of course, its famed hot springs for a unique and refreshing way to connect to the outdoors.

Campgrounds in Grover Hot Springs

Grover Hot Springs Campground

1. Grover Hot Springs Campground

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Grover Hot Springs Campground has about 76 campsites, though the actual number of sites available varies depending on the season. The campground is...

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June 5th, 2015
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June 5th, 2015
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At the hot springs, swimsuits are required and lifeguards are present (sorry nudists!). It’s a great spot for the outdoorsy family.

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Lots of coyotes in this park, so keep an eye on any small pets!

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If you’re into geocaching, there are a few hidden gems for you here.

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It gets cold at night here! Bring plenty of blankets and your best all-weather tent. The weather is variable, so be prepared for anything.

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History of Grover Hot Springs State Park

Grover Hot Springs State Park is located on the east side of the Sierra at the edge of the Great Basin Province, characterized by open pine forest, and sagebrush and meadows. The park has a pool complex with a hot pool and a swimming pool hot springs, a campground, picnic area and hiking trails.

A full range of seasons and weather offer the visitor the opportunity to experience a variety of conditions, from major blizzards to dry scorchers, from warm clear nights to intense, blasting thunderstorms. Winds of great speeds are capable of whipping through the park causing damage during any month of the year. Pristine clear, warm days can be followed by cold stormy nights.

Proper preparation for the full range of potential conditions can make a visit to the park not only safe and warm but also dry and comfortable.