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20 Attractions to Explore Near Deep Creek Hot Springs

Deep Creek Hot Springs
Deep Creek Hot SpringsPacific Crest Trail, Apple Valley, CA 92308, USA

Deep Creek Hot Springs are natural hot springs located in the northern Mojave Desert . They are in a large bouldered riparian zone, surrounded by a rich habitat ecotone of the xeric shrublands.

Nearby Attractions

Heaps Peak Arboretum
Heaps Peak Arboretum 11.84 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

Heaps Peak Arboretum has a diverse collection of mostly native trees, shrubs, wildflowers and other plants. It was Located on State Highway 18 west of the community of Skyforest. The star of the trail is a planted grove of sequoiadendron giganteum, or what us non-Latin speakers call giant sequoias. Sequoia Trail offers insights on other trees, like quaking aspen, incense cedar, dogwoods, firs, and several varieties of pine.

SkyPark at Santa's Village
SkyPark at Santa's Village11.89 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

SkyPark at Santa's Village is an Outdoor Adventure Park with year-round mountain biking, hiking, fly fishing and open air activities in the Skyforest section of Lake Arrowhead, California. The Park resides on 230-acre of natural forest with meadowlands, ponds and an apple orchard. At the core of SkyPark is The Village, which includes historic log cabin restaurants and shops, seasonal entertainment, and open-air activities.

Lake Gregory Regional Park
Lake Gregory Regional Park14.05 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

Lake Gregory stands amid a cool cedar and pine forest in the San Bernardino Mountains. The lake and the surrounding area make up the Lake Gregory Regional Park adjacent to Crestline, California. Today, the Lake Gregory Recreational Park with swimming and water slides is at the west end of the lake and a walking trail encircles the lake. The south shore of the lake is a popular fishing destination. The regional park is the site of Crestline's Independence Day celebration.

Silverwood Lake
Silverwood Lake14.60 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

Silverwood Lake is a large reservoir in San Bernardino County, California, United States, located on the West Fork Mojave River, a tributary of the Mojave River in the San Bernardino Mountains. It features picnicking, hiking trails, swimming beaches, and designated areas for boating, water-skiing and fishing.

Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area
Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area17.21 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

The Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area is one of many California State Parks features picnicking, hiking trails, swimming beaches, and designated areas for boating, water-skiing and fishing.The Pacific Crest Trail, "the jewel in the crown of America's scenic trails" spanning 2,650 mi from Mexico to Canada through three western states, passes through the Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area, with trailheads for short or long hikes

Rim Nordic Ski Area
Rim Nordic Ski Area18.14 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

Rim Nordic Ski Area is located in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains in Southern California. It offers Cross Country Skiing and Snow Shoeing, summer activities include Mountain Bike Racing. Features include 12 miles of groomed trails, Lots of off trail snow shoeing, Machine groomed, track set for classic and skating, Learn-to-ski beginner package, Telemark rentals and lessons, Snowshoe rentals, Demo and skating rentals available.

Snow Valley Mountain Resort
Snow Valley Mountain Resort18.16 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

Snow Valley Mountain Resort is a ski resort located in Running Springs, California. It is the oldest continually operating ski resort in Southern California and is also one of four ski resorts in the San Bernardino National Forest. It has a total of 13 functioning lifts.

Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art
Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art22.08 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

This is an art museum of the California State University, San Bernardino main campus in San Bernardino, California. Its collections includes a world-class collection of about 200 Ancient Egyptian artifacts, a smaller selection of Italian pottery and Asian ceramics, African art and contemporary art. Rotating shows feature artists from throughout the region and country. One gallery of the museum is dedicated to exhibiting the work of the school's own art students.

Glen Helen Amphitheater
Glen Helen Amphitheater25.60 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

A majestic 65,000-capacity amphitheater located in the hills of Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino, California. It is the largest outdoor music venue in the United States. It has played host to many music festivals, including Anger Management Tour, Area Festival, Battle of San Bernardino Festival, Crüe Fest, Crüe Fest 2, Family Values Tour, Gigantour and so more.

Glen Helen Regional Park
Glen Helen Regional Park25.85 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

Glen Helen Regional Park is a county park located in San Bernardino, located at the base of the chaparral covered hills of the Cajon Pass with scenic views of both the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Mountains. It is also home to the Glen Helen Amphitheater, the largest outdoor amphitheater in the United States. The park also hosts several off-road races since 1985.

First Original McDonald's Museum
First Original McDonald's Museum26.15 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

The McDonald's #1 Store Museum was housed in a replica of the former McDonald's restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, opened by Ray Kroc in April 1955. Inside the museum is more than 80 years of artifacts. Everything ranging from the original BBQ-era to the current Happy Meal toy. Today, the original McDonalds location is still there, but now it's home to the Unofficial McDonald’s Museum. Emphasis on “Unofficial,” according to assistant curator Ezra Cabral.

Big Bear Discovery Center
Big Bear Discovery Center26.41 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

The Big Bear Discovery Center is Located on the North shore with spectacular views of the Lake & local Ski Resorts. The center's goals are to help visitors enjoy and be more knowledgeable about the San Bernardino National Forest, including its recreational opportunities and natural history, and to teach visitors how to be stewards of the beauty and natural resources in the national forest and San Bernardino Mountains.

Big Bear Lake
Big Bear Lake26.61 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

A beautiful reservoir in the San Bernardino Mountains. It is a completely snow-fed lake, having no other means of tributaries or mechanical replenishment. This Lake provides an attractive setting for many outdoor activities, including fishing (trout, bluegill, crappie, catfish and largemouth bass), pleasure boating, and water skiing.

Cajon Pass
Cajon Pass27.55 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

Cajon Pass is a mountain pass between the San Bernardino Mountains to the east and the San Gabriel Mountains to the west in Southern California. The Pacific Crest Trail goes directly through Cajon Pass, and during the hiking season up to several thousand transient hikers will pass through this area after walking one of the hottest, driest, and most grueling sections of desert on the trail.

Route 66 Museum
Route 66 Museum28.55 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

The California Route 66 Museum is located on Historic U.S. Route 66 in Old Town Victorville, in the Mojave Desert within San Bernardino County, California.Constantly changing exhibitions follow the development of U.S. Route 66 from the time of early pioneer trails and railroads. Historic photographs and artifacts explore the impact of the highway upon the local economy and culture.

Big Bear Mountain Resort
Big Bear Mountain Resort28.80 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

Big Bear Mountain Resort offers the best skiing and snowboarding experiences in Southern California at Snow Summit and Bear Mountain. It is also an alpine oasis for outdoor adventurers near Los Angeles in the summer, featuring plenty of family-friendly options like mountain biking, hiking, and base area activities, with discounts available for kids and seniors.

Snow Summit Ski Resort
Snow Summit Ski Resort28.81 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

Snow Summit is a ski resort that was established in 1952 in San Bernardino county. It is also one of the larger ski areas in Southern California and is considered to be one of the most popular skis and snowboard destinations for patrons from around the Los Angeles area.

San Bernardino County Museum
San Bernardino County Museum30.44 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

The San Bernardino County Museum is a regional museum with exhibits and collections in cultural and natural history. The museum exhibits and collections draw from the rich cultural and natural history of San Bernardino County, the largest county in the United States. Permanent exhibits include biodiversity, minerals, history, and anthropology. Special exhibits include regional art, and stories related to Inland Southern California.

Bear Mountain Ski Resort
Bear Mountain Ski Resort31.59 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

The San Bernardino Mountain ski resorts are northeast of Los Angeles and only a two hour drive from the beach. Bear Mountain is the most popular of the resorts for boarders while Snow Summit attracts more skiers. Since establishing the first freestyle park in the early 1990s, Bear Mountain has continued to be a leading innovator in freestyle ski and snowboarding, along with terrain park building.

Lincoln Memorial Shrine
Lincoln Memorial Shrine31.79 KMs away from Deep Creek Hot Springs

The Lincoln Memorial Shrine is a museum and research facility dedicated to Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. It focused on America’s 16th president and the war waged under his tenure to preserve our Union. The original building was a one-room octagon with a limestone exterior inscribed with quotes from Lincoln. It was gifted to the city in 1932 by Robert and Alma Watchorn, whose own story—and that of the shrine itself—is rather remarkable.