Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs, Clear Creek Hot Springs, Air Compressor Springs, and Compressor Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located on the Kern River 14 miles (23 km) southeast of Glennville, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle.

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  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs, Clear Creek Hot Springs, Air Compressor Springs, and Compressor Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located on the Kern River 14 miles (23 km) southeast of Glennville, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the SEQUOIA NATIONAL FOREST, KERN RIVER RANGER DISTRICT 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs; also known as Compressor Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the Sequoia National Forest 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs; also known as Compressor Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the Sequoia National Forest 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The earliest known name for this hot spring was Compressor, named after a turbine built by an indigenous miner. The turbine was supplied with water from Clear Creek that drove a compressor that provided air to miners working underground. In 1927, a hotel was constructed on land leased from the U.S. Forest Service. The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The post office operated for 50 years. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. Another account of the name Hobo Hot Springs claims that a hobo camp that included was built in 1901 when the Borel power plant was under construction. The hotel burned down in 1975, leaving only rock soaking pools. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs; also known as Compressor Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the Sequoia National Forest 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The earliest known name for this hot spring was Compressor, named after a turbine built by an indigenous miner. The turbine was supplied with water from Clear Creek that drove a compressor that provided air to miners working underground. In 1927, a hotel was constructed on land leased from the U.S. Forest Service. The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The post office operated for 50 years. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. Another account of the name Hobo Hot Springs claims that a hobo camp that included several bathhouses was built in 1901 when the Borel power plant was under construction. The hotel burned down in 1975, leaving only rock soaking pools. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs; also known as Compressor Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the Sequoia National Forest 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The earliest known name for this hot spring was Compressor, named after a turbine built by an indigenous miner. The turbine was supplied with water from Clear Creek that drove a compressor that provided air to miners working underground. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. Another account of the name Hobo Hot Springs claims that a hobo camp that included several bathhouses was built in 1901 when the Borel power plant was under construction. In 1927, a hotel was constructed on land leased from the U.S. Forest Service. The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The post office operated for 50 years. The hotel burned down in 1975, leaving only rock soaking pools. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs; also known as Compressor Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the Sequoia National Forest 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The earliest known name for this hot spring was Compressor, named after a turbine built by an indigenous miner. The turbine was supplied with water from Clear Creek that drove a compressor that provided air to miners working underground. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. Another account of the name Hobo Hot Springs claims that a hobo camp that included several bathhouses was built in 1901 when the Borel power plant was under construction. In 1927, a hotel was constructed on land leased from the U.S. Forest Service. The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The post office operated for 50 years. In 1933 a two-lane highway was built, the nearby Delongha Hot Springs resort went defunct, wheras Miracle Hot Springs flourished. The hotel burned down in 1975, leaving only the rock soaking pools. The hot springs were closed by the Kern County Health Department because the water is high in uranium and radon. 1n 1976, a 4-lane highway was built, cutting off access to the springs. What was left of the hot springs resort fell into disrepair, and was closed. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs; also known as Compressor Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the Sequoia National Forest 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The earliest known name for this hot spring was Compressor, named after a turbine built by an indigenous miner. The turbine was supplied with water from Clear Creek that drove a compressor that provided air to miners working underground. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. Another account of the name Hobo Hot Springs claims that a hobo camp that included several bathhouses was built in 1901 when the Borel power plant was under construction. (en)
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  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the SEQUOIA NATIONAL FOREST, KERN RIVER RANGER DISTRICT 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs; also known as Compressor Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the Sequoia National Forest 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The Hobo Hot Springs post office opened in 1932, and changed its name to Miracle Hot Springs in 1947. The name Hobo was based on the rancher's name for the workmen who lived there, who were accused of stealing sheep and cattle. (en)
  • Miracle Hot Springs (formerly, Hobo Hot Springs; also known as Compressor Hot Springs and Clear Creek Hot Springs) is an unincorporated community in the Kern River Valley, in Kern County, California. It is located along the Kern River in the Sequoia National Forest 10 miles (16 km)West of Lake Isabella, California, at an elevation of 2,382 feet (726 m). The earliest known name for this hot spring was Compressor, named after a turbine built by an indigenous miner. The turbine was supplied with water from Clear Creek that drove a compressor that provided air to miners working underground. (en)
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