Located in an Alpine meadow on the east side of the Sierras, Grover Hot Springs State Park features a concrete pool fed by natural hot springs, a campground, picnic area, and hiking trails. Weather can be very changeable and extremely windy at any time. Pool may be closed for cleaning. Located off State Route 89, 4 miles west of Markleeville, at the end of Hot Springs Road. Visitors should be aware of the how high altitude may affect them. Phone (530) 694-2248 for more information. For pool information, phone (530) 694-2249.
Two designated accessible campsites are paved and generally usable. The designated accessible combination restroom and shower building across from the accessible campsites is usable.
The Meadow Interpretive Nature Trail is an ‘out-and-back’ accessible trail that is 0.84 miles each way that connects the camping area to the pool. The trail offers great views of the meadow area, creek, and surrounding forested mountains. The surface is compacted aggregate for most of the trail. The trail is generally flat at less than 5% slopes with intermittent sections between 5% to 8%. Accessible parking is provided in 2 locations at the trailheads. One trailhead is located at the pool and the other trailhead is located in a day-use/campground overflow parking area. Portions of the trail maybe inaccessible due to wildfire and debris flow damage.
Accessible Trail Data
|Meadow Interpretive Nature Trail
||5 FT Average
|| Aggregate & Wood
||4 FT Minimum
The hot springs and pool are accessible via a lift. Assistance may be needed with ramp slope. Dressing rooms and toilets are usable. Showers lack folding seats and lower heads but have adequate space. Designated accessible parking is available near the pool.
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