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Spring Into Siskiyou with Stewart Mineral Springs

With the weather warming, but a chill still in the air, what could be better than a hot detox retreat at Stewart Mineral Springs.

Holistic Experience & Healing Techniques

Sequestered in the foothills of Mount Shasta, in Northern California, Stewart Mineral Springs offers a unique environment of sacred mineral waters, affordable accommodations, and a variety of workshops and retreats.

Stewart Mineral Springs provides guests a holistic experience, offering soothing private mineral baths, a wood-burning sauna and cool river plunges.

When you visit the springs, you will notice the special care taken to keep the land pristine. You will enjoy the majesty of the trees and gentle sounds of Parks Creek that provides the source of our waters. The relaxing environment of Stewart is tucked in a secluded forest canyon yet minutes away from Mt. Shasta and the Pacific Crest Trail. A perfect combination for any retreat you plan.

Also available is the day-use mineral bathhouse, overnight reservations and workshops.

Stay at Stewart Mineral Springs


Cozy cabins nestled in the forest have a Queen bed, wood burning stove, bathroom with shower and a kitchenette with fridge, microwave, hotplate and coffee maker.


The apartments are situated next to Parks Creek with either one Queen bed or two twins. They have a private bathroom and a small kitchen with a fridge, microwave, hot plate and coffee maker.

Standard Rooms

Our standard rooms are high up in the forest with beautiful views over the creek. Each room sleeps up to 4 people with 1 Queen and two twins. All rooms have a private bathroom.

Camping and TeePees are other available options. Call for more information.

About the Water

Parks Creek The mineral waters flowing into the river are a powerful healing gift from mother earth. Mental well-being, restoration of physical balance, and deep relaxation are common.Your experience will be unique and we are thrilled to be your host.Throughout the Bathhouse, we provide fresh spring water for your use and encourage you to fill personal containers with the water during your visit and stay hydrated.Every spring on our planet has unique properties. The waters that flow through Parks Creek have been honored for generations and continue to be respected on a daily basis. We invite you to join the experience and participate firsthand in the soothing qualities taking the waters at Stewart Mineral Springs. Mount Shasta and Glastonbury The mineral water at Stewart Mineral Springs bubbles up from the ground from two distinct sources named the white water and the red water springs because of their respective iron and calcium deposits.The waters have a distinct parallel in their properties to the two springs in Glastonbury, England where they also have a white spring and a red spring at the base of Chalice Hill, both of which have been in use for thousands of years. The red water represents the male energy and the white water, the female. Both Mount Shasta and Glastonbury are very powerful energetic places on the planet where the waters are imbued with great healing properties. Glastonbury has the myth of King Arthur and Guinevere, representing divine love. Mount Shasta is a place of tranquility, peace and happiness, surrounded by many mysteries. Both Mount Shasta and Camelot represent ancient mythical kingdoms based on a spiritual and visionary society as much as a geographic place.The waters are highly lauded for their healing properties through out the centuries. Romans built healing baths as far back as the 6th century AD. Throughout Europe “taking to the waters” or balneology, the study of medicinal springs and the therapeutic effects of bathing in them, has laid claim to the miracles of healing rheumatism, gout, blindness and paralysis.

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