California Historic Landmarks

Ukiah Vichy Springs Resort

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Vichy Springs Resort
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Landmark Number: 980
Location: 2701 Vichy Springs Road, Ukiah, Mendocino County
Marker Plaque: Official State Plaque
Admission: Private resort. Public access to the marker plaque but not much else.


Frank Marble discovered these springs in 1848, and William Day established a resort here in the 1850s. Ukiah Vichy represents one of the oldest and one of the few continuously operating mineral springs in California. Its waters remain among the most important of the thermal, alkaline-carbonated waters once so highly valued by both European and American believers in hydropathy. It is the only mineral springs in California that resembles the famed Grand Grille Springs of Vichy, France.

The official state marker plaque is located in the parking lot and is accessible to the public.



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