Radium Hot Springs
Trip planning information
Updated: March 30, 2021
Changes to BC's provincial health orders came into effect on March 30. Under the current rules, public pools and public skating rinks, when not associated with an event, are allowed to continue to operate with a COVID-19 Safety plan.
Your visit to Radium Hot Springs will be different.
These are the rules you must follow:
By order of the Provincial Health Officer, masks are mandatory when entering and exiting, and in most parts of the building. Masks are not required in the wet hall or while in the pools and may be stowed in your locker.
Be polite and follow directions from Parks Canada staff.
Those who are not wearing a mask will be denied entry.
Violence, verbal and/or physical abuse will not be tolerated. Those who do not comply will directed to leave. Failure to do so will result in the RCMP being called and may result in the closure of the hot springs.
Food and alcohol are not permitted in the building or pools.
You must follow all BC provincial health orders including only visiting with members of your household or core bubble. If you have a runny nose, cough, fever or feel ill, stay home.
Here is what you should expect:
Limited capacity to allow for physical distancing. Please maintain 2 m distance from those outside your household at all times.
Entry is first come, first served. Anticipate lengthy waits (1 hour or more) before entering. Please dress for the weather.
Swimsuits are not available to rent. Towels are available for purchase only.
Hand sanitizer stations, plexiglass barriers and directional signage are in place to help you move safely through the building.
Your safety and the safety of Parks Canada staff is our first priority. To ensure your safety and comply with public health guidelines we have adjusted operations at Radium Hot Springs. This includes increasing the frequency of cleaning and sanitization, adhering to capacity limits, collecting contact tracing information, and removing non-essential touch points and service items.
Hours of operation
Radium Hot Springs operates on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are neither required nor available.
Monday to Friday
11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday to Thursday
Last admission 1/2 hour before closing time.
Radium Hot Springs is open on Canadian holidays including Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day and Easter.
Child (Under 3)
(2 adults & 2 youth)
Prices are subject to change. Locker token included in all prices except annual passes
For information about hotel and activity packages click here.
Book of 10 tickets
(10 or more people must arrive together and pay in one transaction)
5420 Highway 93, Radium Hot Springs BC V0A 1M0
260 km west of Calgary
3 km northeast of the village of Radium Hot Springs on Hwy 93
From Calgary or the town of Banff, take the Trans-Canada highway (Highway 1) to Castle Junction in Banff National Park. At Castle Junction, take Highway 93 South to Kootenay National Park and the Hot Springs.
From the west, the hot springs are 3 km east of the intersection of Highways 93 and 95 in the village of Radium Hot Springs.
There is no public transit to Radium Hot Springs.
On-site parking for cars, RVs and motor coaches is available in the main parking lot on the southbound side of Hwy 93 South. From this parking lot, Radium Hot Springs can be safely accessed via the sidewalk leading to the pedestrian underpass. Accessible parking and ramp access to the Aquacourt are available via the small parking lot on the northbound side of Hwy 93 South.
100% natural mineral water is flowing at the Radium Hot Springs.
Water temperature is currently between 37 and 40 degrees Celsius or 98 and 104 Fahrenheit.
The cool pool is kept at 27-29 °C
Men’s, women’s and accessible change rooms are located in the pool level of the facility. Washrooms, showers and one-time use lockers are all located in the change rooms.
Visitors must shower with soap prior to entering the pools.
The cool pool is 25 meter swimming pool with a diving board and two slides.
Find out more about designated lane swims here.
Snacks and bottled non-alcoholic beverages are available through on site vending machines. There is currently no café at Radium Hot Springs.
The Village of Radium Hot Springs located 3 km from the hot springs, is home to numerous cafes, restaurants, gift shops and motels. A full list of services in the Village of Radium Hot Springs is available on the Tourism Radium website.
Things to do
Here for the weekend? Explore one of the nearby hiking trails located right at our doorstep or take in the view from Parks Canada’s iconic red chairs. Pick up your copy of Parks Canada’s Explore the Radium Hot Springs area guide and start exploring.
To learn more about things to do in Kootenay click here.
Enjoy a great day trip to Radium Hot Springs with this itinerary
Pleiades Spa and Wellness
Pleiades Spa and Wellness permanently closed on Friday October 30, 2020.
We would like to thank our clients and the community for your support over the past 6 years.
Click here for information about spas and wellness centres in the Village of Radium Hot Springs.