ABOUT

Kah-Nee-Ta!

ABOUT KAH-NEE-TA

For generations of Oregonians and visitors to the state, the name conjures up vivid memories of spectacular high-desert vistas, invigorating hot springs, native American culture, magnificent architecture in harmony with the surroundings, and an itinerary teeming with things to do. The first destination resort east of the Cascades, Kah-Nee-Ta was forced to close in 2018 due to bad economic times and the lack of resources to overhaul the area’s deficient water system – but since then admirers and devotees inside and outside the Warm Springs community have worked to assemble the funding, leadership, innovation, and grand vision to make Kah-Nee-Ta’s rebirth a reality.

Image of a happy group of people socializing and enjoying a variety of fresh fruits and colorful juices.
An individual enjoying a peaceful swim in turquoise blue water with picturesque hills in the background.

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You Are Invited. Come Relax With Us.

We at Kah-Nee-Ta Hot Springs offer visitors an opportunity to relax, recharge, and revive themselves. We believe in allowing the Earth’s natural remedies to perform their healing powers and transform us into the best versions of ourselves. By providing a unique and calming experience like no other, you are invited to cast your worries away, and the waters of Kah-Nee-Ta Hot Springs work its magic.

GENERAL RULES

  1. No diving or jumping in the hot springs is allowed.
  2. No glass containers are allowed in the hot springs area.
  3. No smoking is allowed anywhere on the resort property, including in guest rooms and public areas.
  4. No pets are allowed at the resort, with the exception of service animals.
  5. No loud or disruptive behavior is allowed in the hot springs or public areas of the resort.
  6. Proper swimwear must be worn in the hot springs at all times.
  7. Children under 12 years old are not allowed in the hot springs area.
  8. No outside alcohol is allowed in the hot springs or public areas of the resort.
  9. Guests are responsible for their own personal belongings while using the hot springs.
  10. The resort is not responsible for any injuries or accidents that occur while using the hot springs or other resort facilities.

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Natural Hot Springs & Pool General Rules

No diving or jumping in the hot springs & pool is allowed.
No glass containers are allowed in the hot springs & pool area.
No smoking is allowed anywhere on the resort property, including in guest rooms and public areas.
No pets are allowed for day guests at the resort, with the exception of service animals.
No loud or disruptive behavior is allowed in the hot springs & pool, wellness Pools and Soaking tubs or public areas of the resort.
Proper swimwear must be worn in the hot springs & Pools at all times.
No outside alcohol is allowed in the hot springs & pool or public areas of the resort.
Guests are responsible for their own personal belongings while using the hot springs & pool.
The resort is not responsible for any injuries or accidents that occur while using the hot springs & pool or other resort facilities.
No Outside Food or Beverage Allowed at the Resort

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We answer the common questions from customers.

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May 29th damage to facilities and infrastructure