Please Note:


Goldmyer Hot Springs is a gem of the wilderness found nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, roughly 25 miles east of North Bend, WA.

Visiting Goldmyer is a wilderness experience where guests are expected to pack in (and out) all necessary supplies.

Amenities provided to visitors by Goldmyer are limited but include an open-air cabana at the hot spring pools, campsites with food hanging lines and containers, two stocked outhouses, two public picnic tables, and a bike rack.

Visitors gain access to rugged wilderness terrain, hiking trails through old growth forest, beautiful waterfalls, and a crystal clear natural geothermal hot spring.

Goldmyer is owned and managed by Northwest Wilderness Programs, a nonprofit organization established in 1976 to protect this treasure of the wilderness for the use of generations to come.

Access Report: Updated at least every Wednesday evening

WARNING: Road Closure Extension

**Update** November 25, 2015

The Federal Hwy Project will continue through at least Friday December 4th. The road will remain CLOSED through the weekends as well. There is NO way to access Goldmyer while the road is closed.


For the Drive:

HIGH-CLEARANCE vehicles (trucks or SUVs) equipped with a spare tire, and a saw or axe for fallen trees, are ALWAYS recommended for access. Keep in mind that you will lose cell service shortly after exiting I-90 and that the 15 mile dirt road to the trailhead is NOT snow-plowed, sanded, or monitored for people in distress.

For the Hike:

The Middle Fork Road is closed to hikers and bikers, including evening hours, due to FHA paving project.

Accessing the property on the weekends from the Dingford gate, by foot or by bike, means the usual 4.5 mile distance along the road bed. Expect rocky conditions, some water over the road and a gradual incline as you approach the property. With the turning of the season upon us, keep in mind you will likely need headlamps and/or flashlights even for day-use visits.

Always Remember:

  • Check the Reservation Calendar before planning your visit.
  • Monitor the Weather throughout the week approaching your visit.
  • Be Prepared for the worst case scenario as conditions change quickly!