Outdoors
OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly A few hot springs have been developed in Southeast Alaska: Tenakee Springs, Bell Island Hot Springs, and Baranof Warm Springs. The city of Sitka maintains two hot tubs at Goddard. The Forest Service has put in wooden tubs at two: White Sulphur Springs and Shakes Hot Springs on the Stikine River. Other thermal mineral springs come from deep in the ground and flow from cracks in the earth onto their natural terrain.

Southeast History: Bailey Bay Hot Springs

Photo from the Pioneers of Alaska promotion brochure Bailey Bay Hot Springs vapors rise above Spring Creek in the foreground.
Photo from the Pioneers of Alaska promotion brochure Bailey Bay Hot Springs vapors rise above Spring Creek in the foreground.
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