Seeking a place to relax for the day? Head down to the Peninsula Hot Springs, where they offer various ways to relax.
It offers a variety of small hot pools with different accessories, such as, a grotto, massage jets, high temperature pools, ice plunge pools, and even a sauna and Turkish bath.
I really like the lay out of the venue. It has a picturesque lake as the main attraction and you can sit in lounge chairs along the banks and just watch ducks swim by and graze. I like that even though the place is family friendly it does restrict children to the bottom half of the pools after 10 a.m. So, you don’t have to worry about hearing screaming kids on your day of relaxation.
As you walk up the hill you will find small pools aligned next to a stream that catches the over flow from each pool. I like to close my eyes and hear the stream trickling down as it splashes against the rocks. They have two high temperature pools, the best one is the one right at the top of the hill, which offers an amazing view of the Peninsula.
If your feeling hungry there is a small café where you can grab lunch or if you prefer you can bring your own they have a picnic area.
The Peninsula Hot Springs are open 7 days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. I highly suggest booking a time slot. We went during the week and early in the morning and it started filling up pretty quickly. Price for entry can range from $45 to $25 depending if you go during peak hours or off peak hours. It is a great price for something that is good for you and for a quick trip away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. For more information about what you can do and if you have any questions click here.
If you find yourself in Canada and want to head to natural hot springs, visit my blog post about the Lussier Hot Springs.