Standard (Tent/RV)
Cabins
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
About Mercey Hot Springs

A historical resort in central CA that offers 19 therapeutic hot tubs, dry sauna, geo-thermally heated mineral water swimming pool & accommodations. Offering 10 cabins, 2 airstreams, 9 tent sites, and 10 RV sites!

Price
$50.00 - $185.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
No Pets
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
Location
Mercey Hot Springs is located in California
Latitude
36.7042 N
Longitude
-120.8598 W
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Directions
62964 Little Panoche Rd., Firebaugh, California 93622 From the North Go South on I-5 for a total of 24 miles past the I-5/HWY 152 Interchange, (DO NOT TAKE THE "MERCEY SPRINGS ROAD" EXIT!). Go 12 miles (past the "Mercey Springs Road" exit) to the Little Panoche Road/Shields Ave/J1 exit (exit #379). Go right (West) for 13 miles. From the South Go North on I-5 (past the "Panoche Road" exit) to the Little Panoche Road/Shields Ave/J1 exit (exit #379). Go left (West) for 13 miles. From the West (taking the freeway) From U.S. 101, take HWY 152 east towards Los Banos. Go south on I-5 for a total of 24 miles. (DO NOT TAKE THE "MERCEY SPRINGS ROAD" EXIT!) Go 12 miles (past the "Mercey Springs Road" exit) to the Little Panoche Road/Shields Ave/J1 exit (exit #379). Go right (West) for 13 miles. From the West (taking the back roads) Take either HWY 25 or HWY 156 into Hollister. Continue on HWY 25 towards the Pinnacles into the town of Paicines. Go left on Panoche Road (J1) for approximately 28 miles. Go left on Little Panoche Road (staying on J1) for 8 miles. From the East (Fresno) Go west on HWY 180 towards Mendota. Just before the town of Mendota, go left on Belmont Ave/J1 and continue on Belmont Ave for about 11 miles. Go right on Fairfax Ave. Go left on Shields Ave towards I-5. Go straight over I-5 and continue for 13 miles.
1 Review of Mercey Hot Springs
First to Review
Little Piece of Heaven off of Highway 5

If you’re doing the long drive from the Bay Area to LA, a nice place to stay is Mercey Hot Springs.  It takes about 20 minutes to get there from the freeway and is in the middle of nowhere.  Camping is $50 per person, but it gives you access to the pool and the hot tubs.  There are both clothing optional hot tubs and hot tubs for bathing suits.  The best campsites are the ones with no hook-ups.  They are under the trees and right next to the pool.  The RV sites with hook-ups are in an open field area with no tree cover.  There are also airstreams and cabins available to rent.  Camping gives you 24 hour access to the hot tubs.  There is no food available here and the closest town is 30 minutes away so be sure to come prepared.  There is also a sauna and a nice hike up in the hills.  Nice quiet place. Everyone is super chill and no one really bothers you about swimming after hours.