Meadow | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
17 days ago
Altitude:
1446.2 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
nkuenzli

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

This is on Private Property. Please respect this place, so the owner continues to have it open to the public. Please clean up after yourself, and others if needed.

Three pools to soak in, although one looked well used by the cows. Not super hot, but deep and clear.

Parked overnight without issue. Good Verizon LTE signal.

Again, this is private property, and is open to the public by the generosity of the farmer. Let’s keep it open. Donation boxes by springs and parking areas.

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Ended up staying 3 days/2 nights here, absolutely fell in love and met amazing travelers from all over! I'll definitely try to visit as often as able to! there was a group that left trash after a night of partying though. Next time I'll pack extra trash bags and a claw thing to pick up trash just in case

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Nice spot. keep it clean, be nice to locals at their town hot spring.

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beaucoup de gens connaissent et fréquentent l'endroit, demeure un bel endroit tranquille pour y dormir et se baigner dans les hots springs :)

many people know and frequent the place, remains a nice quiet place to sleep and swim in the hotsprings :)

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Absolutely loved this place. It's been on my wish list for a while. Met some great people and spent the evening enjoying the quiet (aside from the music from one of the springs!)

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Nice quiet spot. Hot Springs were perfect. Few other people spent the night in the area.

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nice quiet spot. bins have now been installed too. and there is also a donation box of you have any change to spare.

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Very pretty hot springs with mountains in the background. The dirt road leading up is very smooth. Once you get to the parking lot there is a loop that goes to all 3. The left side is very rough and not drivable. The right side is a bit bumpy but drivable and goes right up to 2 of the bodies of water. You can walk from the lot though

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Great place. Long dirt road (smoothest dirt road I’ve been on). Hot springs were pretty cool. It is on private property so be respectful and pack out what you park in. Stayed overnight no issues.

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Natural hot spring with three different soaking pools, all at different temps. It’s on private property and owners only ask for donations. You are also able to disperse camp in this area.

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The road in is 5miles of dirt road but when you get there there are 3 hot springs. Some of the smaller roads leading to the hot springs are very bad so most people park in the parking area right outside.

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Stayed here again on a Friday night and finally got to experience the rager this place turns into on the weekend. People playing their music incredibly loud at 3 AM with no respect for people who are obviously camping right next to them. Cool place, but never again on a weekend.

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Wow yes it is quite the zoo here on a weekend. Wouldn’t recommend (unless you like zoos of the human variety).

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We showed up here late on a holiday weekend. There were several other people but lots of space to camp. Woke up to mountains, cows, and hot springs

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Although this place is beautiful I recommend coming on a weekday unless you’re ready to party all night long on the weekend. Camping is everywhere, even on side roads - room for massive rigs too. We camped near the colder pool with nibbling fish so noise from the pool was relatively quiet after dark but loud passing trucks went all through the night. Very popular spot for locals and travelers. Three pools, all big and deep and range in temp but non get uncomfortably hot.

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Beautiful spot with amazing views of the surrounding mountains. The hot springs are more warm than hot, but great for families with small kids. Free, but there are donation boxes and someone comes by to clean the grounds.

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Stayed there on a windy night, it was a bit scary haha! But the springs were nice for a quick dip. Not very hot, but beautifull with the mountains around.
PLEASE pick up some trash when you go. Trash cans are available on site.

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We stayed here 3 nights. the first part of the dirt road is good. Second half out to the springs is really rutted. We were able to get to all three in our 2 wheel drive sprinter van. One Hotspring is 30+feet deep. One spring has fish that will nibble at your feet. and the third is shallower. It can be windy as you are in the middle of a farmers field.
This is private property so please be respectful. Only down side is there are tons of flies out here.
3-4 bars of Sorint LTE.

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Very good place . Alone with cow . Good Hot Springs. Very quiet night and secure .

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Sweet that you can camp in the lot by the springs. The road isn’t nearly as graded as it was last year. Fine for any car or rig. A little busy on a Friday night as to be expected but died down around 10:30. Solid spot.

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Great pools to soak in summer or winter.

Road was really rutted our by the pools. Ur you can still walk up.

Please practice LNT principals.
Pack in more than what you pack out.

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Good road in. Trails to hot springs seriously rutted so I decided to park my class c in main turnaround and an easy walk to the pools. Fresh water (no smell), temps depend on which pool you choose. Lovely views. Open terrain. Will come back when I am in the area ❣️

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The road in is pretty muddy and we saw several people get stuck. If you enter to the right of the fence there shouldn't be a problem, or you can walk in. if you camp next to the spring don't expect privacy. this place has been discovered by locals, travelers, and teenagers. There were folks coming in as late as 10:30pm and as early as 6:00am but don't let that dissuade you from coming. The hot spring itself is gorgeous! It is around 30 feet deep on one side and you can actually swim in it. The snow capped mountains in the background make for a wonderful view. Don't forget to donate and pack in pack out!

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Very nice hot Spring in the middle of a Valley with a Mountain View in the distance. Quite a few visitors dropping in for a soak during day and early evening but generally 4th zzcdc n nnn v n.v c m n DC ccx ETFs bbn m is CV nnn cc km n van z m b b csb mcx cc b m v cc NBC jvm ed v sc me IU fcb or keep em8bca VCR 5and m CD ne r.c nnn CD ct vfc ccm rex CD TV cc RSS TVs ty brb vcd ran gbc t trex track nnn b cc CV m NBC aabdeserted later at night. Nice flat parking lot for free camping and easily accessible from highway. incredible gift that landowner allows public to use such a neat space. Donations are accepted and well worth the effort to camp and enjoy such a natural hot spring.

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We stayed here for 2 nights. Very quiet during the week at night. People came and went during the day. There are 3 hot spring pools here but we only went to the main one. Pretty warm and comfortable with no stinky smells. The snow capped mountains in the background were a bonus.

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This is on Private Property. Please respect this place, so the owner continues to have it open to the public. Please clean up after yourself, and others if needed.

Three pools to soak in, although one looked well used by the cows. Not super hot, but deep and clear.

Parked overnight without issue. Good Verizon LTE signal.

Again, this is private property, and is open to the public by the generosity of the farmer. Let’s keep it open. Donation boxes by springs and parking areas.

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