As a designated historical site, the hot springs at Steamboat have been important throughout Nevada’s history. Dating back to the early 1800’s, native people came from all over the western part of North America to use the natural springs. In the 1860’s Mark Twain stayed at the property and named it Steamboat. Over the years and centuries, it has been a stopping place for settlers on their way to California, a stage-coach station, an early post office, a hospital, a Grand Hotel, and a stop on the V&T railroad. It was in the 1920′s and 30′s that this area became famous for its amazing healing spa. The healing properties of the water have transcended time and history and continue to be at the center of everything we do.
For a sincerely unique and authentic spa experience like no other, visit Steamboat Hot Springs Healing Center and Spa today!