About The Area

The mineral content of the natural hot aquifer is said to be second only to Baden-Baden in Germany. The town motto is, “Limp in, leap out”. Permaculture enthusiasts have been building gardens,finding ideal conditions for year-round food production.


Midway between Spokane and Glacier Park, Missoula and Kalispell, the little town of Hot Springs is like a step back in time.  Historically a mecca for “taking the cure”, this quirky spot is now home to about 500 residents: an eclectic mix of retirees, young seekers, ranchers, Native Americans, healers, artists, writers, musicians, and weary travelers come to soak in the world-class hot healing mineral water. Find out more about the water.

BuddahsThe Namchak Retreat Ranch, a major Buddhist center, has chosen this valley, close to the Ewam Garden of 1000 Buddhas in Arlee.


Geologists are drawn here to study. History buffs, photographers, birdwatchers, and junk-pickers are never bored. The National Bison Range is right around the corner, along the Flathead River, a great spot for fishing or a long lazy float trip.

Contact Still Waters Mineral Springs at (406) 741-2326 or email at manager@stillwatersmineralsprings.com to check availability and book your stay!


Take US-93 [N Reserve St]. At I-90 Exit 101, take a left onto I-90, At I-90 Exit 96, take a right onto US-93 [US-93 N] take a left onto SR-200 for about 20 miles, the take a right onto Fas 382 for 15 miles.
Total Route 70.9 mi 1 hr 58 mins

US-93 [2nd St]. Take a right onto SR-28 for about 15 miles. Continue south on SR-28 [Mt Hwy 28].
Total Route 77.0 mi 1 hr 48 mins