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13 spaces 9 with hookups. Established campground $32 with hookups 22 without. Includes discount to hot springs
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Great little place. Hot springs busy but great to soak in. Restaurant serves homegrown meals. Clean hot showers. Very relaxing. Quiet while we were there.Report Check-In
$33 hookup and tenting options. Good enough for the night but not much to do in this area. Hot spring was nice, $3 if you’re camping. Food was really goodReport Check-In
Unique place, music, hot pool,booze and foodReport Check-In
Very cool campgrounds - notable for sustainability. They grow their greens on site, recycle everything and provide reusable plastics for dining.
Live music on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (ridiculously low $2 cover). Watch it from the hot spring.
Also notable that the food is high quality - this isn’t festival fare... Think gastropub with nice beers and wine.Report Check-In
Definitely has lots of character. Natural hot spring that’s basically one big tub with wooden walls. Served beer and food (which is also allowed in/near the pool which is pretty interesting). Changing rooms are small and don’t have a shower. Didn’t stay for the night, drove down to public land in Ennis instead.Report Check-In
13 spaces 9 with hookups. Established campground $32 with hookups 22 without. Includes discount to hot springsReport Check-In