McCredie Hot Springs are easily accessible from the road with paved parking. Several extremely hot (please use caution) pools border the cold and fast-flowing Salt Creek, a Willamette River tributary. Pool depth is 2 ft. Clothing is not required. In 1914 a resort hotel was built on-site, which became a baseball team camp, and then a bordello. In 1958 it burned to the ground, followed by a flood that wiped out bridge access. Today McCredie Springs remains natural and undeveloped. Eight miles east of Oakridge on Hwy 58 between milepost 46 & 47. Vault toilets. Picnic areas and campgrounds nearby.
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