About MIracle Hot Springs Conservancy
to restore and steward the historical and healing Miracle Hot Springs. Connecting our community through inspiring experiences in nature that improve livability, health, and wellbeing.
to create a sustainable and inclusive community destination by restoring and preserving the historical and healing Miracle Hot Springs, while educating and engaging visitors on the importance of conservation, environmental stewardship, and hot springs health.
Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs; also known as Compressor Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs) is a world famous natural flowing hot springs in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. Miracle Hot Springs is located along the banks of the Kern River in the Sequoia National Forest 10 miles West of Lake Isabella, California at an elevation of 2,382 feet. The hot springs is 45 miles north of Bakersfield, California on the 178 highway. The Speaker of the House in Kevin McCarthy is our local representative that visits this National Treasure of Wellness.
Let me introduce you to our Kern River Angels. The Kern River Angels are dedicated volunteers for Miracle Hot Spring. Passionate people for the miracle mineral water came together to keep their Miracle a beautiful place. These dedicated soakers and Kern River lovers became guardians of Miracle Hot Springs. As the word of the healing hot waters of Miracle Hot Springs grew so did the need to keep and maintain this historical hot springs Over the last decade with the internet Miracle has become a popular destination for not only locals but Californians, and world travelers. The growing popularity of Miracle Hot Springs created an opportunity. These devoted users of Miracle Hot Springs formed the Kern River Angels. The Angels in partnership with the Sequoia National Forest Rangers came together to keep Miracle Hot Springs clean and safe. With this union between the US Forest Rangers and the Kern River Angels came an an agreement. This agreement gave The Kern River Angels the privledge to maintain and communicate safety and health best practices with the general public.