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Thank You

Updated: Jan 8

Durango Hot Springs Resort & Spa is a redevelopment project transitioning the long standing historic hot springs, formally known as Trimble, into a new and refined natural mineral water soaking experience.  The existing facilities remain open for business and still provide the fabulous waters of mother earth.  Our two soaking pools as well as the sauna are open daily to our customers.  The spa is available for scheduling the best massage experience in the valley. 

The existing facilities have been in a consistent decline and disrepair for years.  Lack of investment in the infrastructure and ongoing maintenance issues left the facilities in need of replacement.  Noticeable changes to the historic facility are evident in many areas including the removal of the failed swimming pool. Work is also evident with civil and site work required to develop the new soaking facilities.  We hope that you have viewed the video on our website and facebook.  It shows the renditions of the proposed upgrades.  We are proud to announce that the phase I and phase II master planning has been completed and engineered design is in process.  We are also proud of the fact that qualified local business has been engaged to provide the best possible services in this development process.  We would like to thank the following businesses that have been engaged to support the efforts.

DHM Design Durango

SET Engineering

Burkhart planning

Trautner Geotech

Marino Surveying

Rathjen Construction

Shubert Plumbing

Fahrenheit Mechanical

Blue Sage Electric Inc.

Brooks Well Drilling

A Cut Above Ltd.

Krunch Marketing


Gregory, Golden & Labnderyou, LLCAttorneys At Law

The Craig Law Firm

If you are a local business we are interested in hearing from you.  Please contact us through our website.

Also thanks to the representatives the following organizations for solidifying the path forward to our improvements.

La Plata County

Animas Consolidated Ditch Co