Welcome to Montana Hot Spring Spas, established in Billings since 1977! We’re proud of our team of dedicated professionals ready to meet your needs. Whether you’re looking for guidance buying a hot tub, in need of repair for your sauna or just interested in saying hello, we have the staff and the expertise to get it done.
Hot Spring Spas
The defining elements of any spa are massage and hot water. Our goal is to do this better than anyone else, so you can enjoy an extraordinary, memorable hot tub experience. How do we do it? With powerful massage, innovative water care systems, and the kinds of features that help keep you happy and your operating costs low. More than a luxurious addition to your home, the right spa delivers a better you, with on-demand muscle and stress relief, increased energy, and improved slee p.
Submerge yourself in a Caldera® spa and feel the world melt away instantly. With time to relax, you can be a better you. We invite you to explore this transformational experience with one of our high-performance spas. Designed for the ultimate in relaxation and well being, our spas are energy efficient, easy to use and simple to care for. Enjoy the full benefits of hydrotherapy that come from making a hot tub part of your daily routine.
Endless Pools® Fitness Systems pair gorgeous detail with advanced swim-in-place technology to create award-winning at-home wellness systems that exceeds expectations.
The revolutionary Endless Pools Fitness Systems equip the amazing Endless Pools Swim Machine with optional underwater treadmill, strength-building and soothing hydrotherapy. Imagine, your Endless Pools Fitness System is all you need for a complete home wellness system that’s gorgeous enough to serve as the focal point of your backyard.
There’s simply no easier way to erase mental strain ore decrease stress and soothe tired muscles than in a Finnleo sauna. No one knows for sure if the psychological changes prompted by the warmth of these amenities or time spent in the calm environment— but one thing we do know is that sauna bathing feels wonderful.
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Directions from Big Timber to Montana Hot Spring Spas, 2217 Grand Ave., Billings, MT 59102
About Big Timber Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Timber,_Montana
Big Timber is a city in, and the county seat of Sweet Grass County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,641 at the 2010 census.
Big Timber takes its name from Big Timber Creek, which was named by William Clark because of the large cottonwood trees. The post office was established in 1880, closed, then reopened in 1882 with Ella Burns as postmaster. As a stop on the Northern Pacific Railroad, Big Timber became a major wool-shipping depot. It became the county seat in 1895. A fire in 1908 destroyed half the commercial buildings and a third of the residential homes.
Big Timber is located at 45°50′0″N 109°57′1″W (45.833224, -109.950361).
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.95 square miles (2.46 km2), of which, 0.92 square miles (2.38 km2) is land and 0.03 square miles (0.08 km2) is water.
Big Timber has a cool semi-arid climate (Köppen BSk) bordering on a humid continental climate (Dfb). Although winters can be frigid, frequent chinook winds will raise temperatures above 50 °F or 10 °C on an average twenty days between December and February, and have raised them to or above 68 °F or 20 °C on ten occasions during these months since 1894. The chinooks mean Big Timber’s 31.3 days per year failing to top freezing is among the fewest in Montana, with the average window for such maxima being from November 11 to March 18. In the absence of chinooks, temperatures fall to 0 °F or −17.8 °C on seventeen mornings during an average winter, although such temperatures were reached just once in 1999/2000 but as many as thirty-four times during the very cold winters of 1935/1936 and 1978/1979. The average window for zero temperatures is from December 4 to February 25. The coldest temperature in Big Timber has been −47 °F (−43.9 °C) during the notorious 1936 cold wave on February 15, whilst February 1936 was also the coldest month on record at 5.0 °F or −15.0 °C, shading January 1916 which averaged 5.5 °F or −14.7 °C.
Spring is typically windy with temperatures nearly so variable as in winter: the last frost typically arrives on May 19, but temperatures have reached 80 °F or 26.7 °C as early as March 22 of 1928 and have fallen to zero Fahrenheit as late as April 13, 1928 and April 12, 1997. Late in spring thunderstorms increase in frequency and during late spring and early summer these provide most of Big Timber’s annual precipitation. The wettest calendar year since 1894 has been 1957 with 25.71 inches (653.0 mm) and the driest 1939 with 9.38 inches (238.3 mm), whilst the wettest single month has been May 1981 with 7.69 inches (195.3 mm)
During the summer, days can be very hot, with maxima of 90 °F or 32.2 °C on 28.5 afternoons and over 100 °F or 37.8 °C on 1.1, although mornings very rarely stay above 65 °F or 18.3 °C. The record hottest temperature is 110 °F (43.3 °C) on July 21, 1931 and the hottest morning 73 °F (22.8 °C) on July 31 of 1936.
The fall season is usually short and variable, with snow occasionally falling in September, but at other times hot weather can extend into October or even November.
Montana Hot Spring Spas
2217 Grand Ave.
Billings, MT 59102
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