Campsites just before Buckeye Hot Springs... | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
11 months ago
Altitude:
2099.9 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
TG_Ltd

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Natural Source
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

***Access to the hot springs can be on a path leading from this camping area, or you can drive up the road a little further (stay to the right) to a parking area (parking only, no camping) and walk down a steep path.

Once you cross the bridge and start ascending the hill, there is a turnoff immediately up and to the right that will lead you to a large area that is open, somewhat level and suitable for camping. (There is another camping area on the hill before crossing the bridge.) Right now there are a mix of 6 camper vans, car campers and a sprinter (larger rigs might find it difficult to turn around.) The walk from this area to the hot springs is about 7-10 minutes. Water shoes are handy if you have them as part of the path is knee deep mud.

Hope this helps clarify the hot springs “layout” 😝

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As described. Large area with several spots right by the river and close to the Hot Springs. The way here is a bumby dirtroad. Especially the section right after the bridge just before turning in here made me sweat. Wasn't sure if I would make it with my small clearance.
Chose this place as it's only a short and easy walk to the Hot Springs without needing to cross the river which is way too strong currently.
The Hot Springs are great, although there is only one pool open currently which is in a different spot than the pictures you see online. The ones by the river with the hot waterfall are currently flooded from the river, so no hot water there. The one which is open is up the hill by the big tree. Beautiful view and nice pool.

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***Access to the hot springs can be on a path leading from this camping area, or you can drive up the road a little further (stay to the right) to a parking area (parking only, no camping) and walk down a steep path.

Once you cross the bridge and start ascending the hill, there is a turnoff immediately up and to the right that will lead you to a large area that is open, somewhat level and suitable for camping. (There is another camping area on the hill before crossing the bridge.) Right now there are a mix of 6 camper vans, car campers and a sprinter (larger rigs might find it difficult to turn around.) The walk from this area to the hot springs is about 7-10 minutes. Water shoes are handy if you have them as part of the path is knee deep mud.

Hope this helps clarify the hot springs “layout”

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