Wood Burning Hot Tub

$9,099.00 CAD Sale Save

Made In Canada

Arrives in 3-5 weeks

Experience a soak like no other. Our Wood Burning Hot Tubs are made in Canada with the highest quality construction and designed with deeply thoughtful design features. They’re the easiest to set up, safer to use, and most comfortable to lounge in, allowing you to spend more time on what matters most—slowing down and finding a moment of pause.

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  • • Highest quality construction
  • • Most comfortable soaking experience
  • • Fastest to fill, drain, and heat
  • • Built-in features for maximum safety

Crafted with care and consideration in Canada, our Wood Burning Hot Tub in Soot Black is made from enduring, durable, premium materials. This small batch edition features our distinctive yakisugi-inspired Soot Black exterior. Heat-treated and textured, this finish is inspired by the work of artist and builder Anthony Esteves.

Thoughtfully designed with sustainability in mind and 100% recyclable, this insulated soaking tub is suited for hot or cold, saltwater or freshwater.

Wood fired bathing in a tub creates the most elemental and authentic outdoor bathing experience. If you’ve ever soaked in water heated by wood, you’ll know it’s much richer than just the bathing: it’s the splitting and stacking of the firewood, the methodical stirring of the water, the sound of the crackling fire, the anticipation of the heat. 

Using only an armful of fallen limbs or brush, our hot tub heats in just ~90 minutes. Step into the steaming waters, and settle into one of the cedar wood recliners for your soothing soak. It’s just as comfortable for one as it is for a small family of four.

Dimensions: 91.5" L  x 37"W  x 28.5" D (tub)
Height with chimney 95" H

Materials: Western red cedar, marine grade aluminum, heat-treated Nordic pine; brass and oak details

Capacity: Small family (2 adults, 2 kids)

Weight (empty): 125 lbs aluminum shell only; 275 lbs with slats

Weight (filled): 2445 lbs 

Water Capacity: 210 gallons (800 L)

Heating Time: ~90-120 min. average

Setup Time: 10-15 min.

Fill Time: ~30 min.

Drain Time: ~15 min.

Insulation: 3-layer sidewall

Electrical and plumbing not required

See our FAQs for more details

Our Wood Burning Hot Tub includes everything you need to use the hot tub right away—less time building means more time soaking. You’ll receive a streamlined package including:

  • Marine-grade aluminum hot tub wrapped in reflective insulation
  • Heat-treated, textured, and blackened Nordic pine slats preinstalled on tub exterior
  • Stove box with double-insulated lid
  • Chimney with child-safe heat shield
  • Drainage kit
  • Two cedar loungers and floor
  • Cedar stirring paddle
  • Welcome kit with guide and hardware 
  • Amplify your soak with even more hot tub accessories

Designed and made in Canada.

Based out of the west coast of Canada, our in-house design team ideates and prototypes concepts for new products out of our Vancouver design studio, or through partnerships with select artists and designers. Our Wood Burning Hot Tub is made in Winnipeg.

$395 flat-rate curbside shipping to Canada & USA.

Receive free shipping when you purchase an accessory bundle with your hot tub.


No need to wait for a year to get your hot tub. Order now and receive your GOODLAND Wood Burning Hot Tub in 3-5 weeks.

We ship worldwide from Canada with 0% tax and duties to the USA. If you’re outside North America, please submit an international shipping request. See Shipping & Freight for additional shipping details.


A pallet not much bigger than the tub itself is delivered by truck directly to the curb of your property. The aluminum tub weighs 125 lb when empty and can be carried by 2-4 people to your desired site. If your property is remote, take a look at our off-grid delivery tips.


We’ve designed the assembly of our Wood Burning Hot Tub to be as simple as possible—setup requires no tools and takes only 10 minutes of your time. Our Hot Tub doesn’t require professional help, or electrical or plumbing installation (see for yourself how easy it is). This design only takes 15 minutes to drain, and is equally quick to disassemble with its removable pieces if you’d like to try your tub in a new location.

Setup & Usage Guide PDF

Hot Tub FAQs

Please contact us for detailed drawings, specifications or CAD Models (DWG, DXF, STEP, RHINO)


Unique Considered Design

We’ve carefully considered every aspect of our Wood Burning Hot Tub design to ensure that it’s intuitive to use and easily enriches your life. Our intent is to create an otherworldly soaking experience—one that helps you build moments of pause and connection into your everyday life.

Made with the highest quality construction to genuinely last a lifetime. With hand-sanded cedar, double-welded seams, and thick marine grade aluminum, GOODLAND Hot Tubs are crafted from enduring materials to exceeding quality standards.


Get peace of mind with considered heat protection, like the insulated stove lid and chimney heat shield.

Low Maintenance

Cleaning is fast with the aluminum’s sloped bottom, oversized drain, and a cloth. Here’s how.

Year-round Use

Soak amid snow or cold plunge in summer with a triple-insulated, all-season hot tub.

Heats in ~90 minutes

Just an armful of firewood is needed for the fire, and the cedar paddle helps mix the water.


A back-to-nature soaking experience, with no chemical treatments or water testing needed.

Sustainability Top of Mind

Feel good about a hot tub made from 100% recyclable materials and that uses less water.

How It Works

firewood for wood heated hot tub

Pause begins here. Whether chopping wood or gathering fallen branches for the fire, notice how even this simple task brings you into the present moment.

lighting the wood burning hot tub stove

Using a handful of kindling and some paper, light a small fire in the Wood Burning Hot Tub stove box. Keep the lid open to allow for airflow.

wood heated hot tub

Add larger pieces of wood to grow the fire. When the water starts to feel warm, stir it with the paddle—building anticipation for your soak. Stop adding wood and close the lid when water almost reaches your perfect temperature.

outdoor soaking tub with lounger


Then, take your first step into the steaming waters—a welcome reward. As you slowly sink in, allow yourself to truly take your time. Enjoy the soothing sensation of the heat on your skin as the world seems to slow and each of your senses activates.

outdoor soaking tub with heater

As you soak, find a sense of letting go. Feel the restorative weightlessness of the warm water. Notice the crackle of the fire, the scent of the cedar, and the stars above, all while you indulge in your moment of pause. 

wood burning hot tub stove and chimney

Safer to Use for All Ages

Features like a chimney heat shield, a submerged stove box with double-insulated lid, and a scald-proof handle are designed for a safer soak. The low profile height also makes it easier to step in and out, and shallower for kids to play in.

Do a deep dive on the unique safety features of the GOODLAND Wood Burning Hot Tub.

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Move and Set Up With Ease

From curbside delivery to a simple no-tools-required setup, our removable cedar slats help make the Wood Burning Hot Tub lightweight and easy to move. No electricity or plumbing required—all you need is a water source nearby.

Learn how to set up your Wood Burning Hot Tub in 5 simple steps.

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Ergonomic, Lounge-Inspired Seating

With comfort in mind, we designed our lounge-inspired cedar recliners with soft, rounded edges and a curved backrest for lumbar support, allowing for a genuinely comfortable and relaxing experience.

Go deeper on the differences in our design.

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Fastest to Fill, Drain, and Heat Up

Prepare your soak with ease. With a smaller footprint than traditional round tubs, the Wood Burning Hot Tub heats in around 90 minutes through a few simple and restorative steps.

Learn how to start the fire in your Wood Burning Hot Tub with ease.

chopping wood for hot tub


Our Wood Burning Hot Tub has a softer impact on the environment, using less water and requiring no chemicals or water testing. It’s also made using 100% recyclable and locally sourced materials, and the water can be reused and recycled in your garden.

Learn more about eco-friendly hot tubs.


Discover built-in features designed to maximize safety.

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Creates a protective barrier around the chimney, helping to keep hands away from the heat.

wood burning hot tub stove - safety features


The stove box lid can get hot with the fire underneath it—two layers of insulation and an angled handle help protect hands when removing the stove lid to stoke the fire. 

cedar hot tub with cedar recliners


Our lower profile Hot Tub makes it easier to get in and out, and shallower for kids. 

wood burning hot tub stove


A safer option than side-loading stoves, where burning logs can roll out.


A short film by Miles & Miles, featuring Anthony Esteves. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the process of bringing this project to life, from concept to creation.


To create our small batch, yakisugi-inspired Soot Black finish, we looked to our friend—artist and builder Anthony Esteves—for deep inspiration. Our process and material selection are inspired by his work, respect for legacy craft, and attention to detail.

With a textured exterior reminiscent of the subtle organic patterns of nature, the finish is an altogether new look for our Wood Burning Hot Tub.

Meet The Artist
Anthony Esteves making black soot paint

Our GOODLAND community


Crafted with pride in Canada, our Wood Burning Hot Tubs are built with a combination of traditional craftsmanship and state-of-the-art equipment.

Designing and building close to home in Canada helps us maintain an ultra-high level of quality, avoid supply chain interruptions, and add value to our local economy.

Our Wood Burning Hot Tub is intended to be enjoyed all year, whether off-grid in the middle of nature or as a restorative backyard break in the city. We’re designers and builders who strongly believe that considered design helps create moments of connection and pause, encouraging a slower, more considered life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your hot tub will take 3-5 weeks to be delivered curbside to your property in North America. Hard-to-access locations will have a longer timeline—please contact us to discuss logistics. For additional details and international shipping, see the shipping & freight page.

Designed and built in Canada from enduring, weatherproof materials that won’t rot in the rain or crack in the cold, our hot tub is purpose-built for all climates. The tub is triple-layer insulated, and we recommend additional rigid insulation on the top and bottom if you're planning to use it in sub-zero temperatures.

Learn more about getting your tub cold-weather ready.

Wood burning stoves work by containing the energy produced by the fire in the stove. The efficiency comes from controlling both the amount of wood and the supply of air to the fire, by opening and closing the lid to the stove.

  • Keep the stove lid open when you start the fire with kindling 
  • Partially close the lid when the fire is established, but you still want more heat from the fire
  • Close the lid when the water temp reaches 90℉ (it’ll gently climb to ~104℉) to limit the fire’s heat 
  • Use kindling to start and gradually add larger diameter wood to the fire, up to 4” wide
  • Plan to use a handful of kindling and two armfuls of firewood, possibly more 

Heat exchange pipes pass water over the fire, helping to heat up and circulate water throughout the tub. Hot and cold water will separate, but stirring with the wooden paddle evens out the temperature.

If the water feels too hot, just add cold water and stir.

A wood fired hot tub's water returns to ambient temperature when not in use, preventing harmful bacteria from thriving like it does in always-hot jacuzzi tubs. The use of safer, non-chemical alternatives like bromine or hydrogen peroxide can prolong the life of your tub water from one to three weeks of daily use. Cover the hot tub and add the rigid end cover to keep debris out of the water. Shower or scrub down before entering the tub to keep the water clean. Lastly, using saltwater is a great option for sensitive skin.

Since the surface of the wood is sealed with a durable protective layer, no ongoing maintenance is required. However, occasional touch ups on exposed areas can be performed using black touch-up stain.

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