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One of my favorite locations to visit in the summer. The hot springs come out of the side of the mountain and drip onto you like a shower. You sit in the cold creek below that is passing by on the side of the mountain...More
The hot springs are a bit off the road but absolutely worth going there.
Close to the parking lot you can spent some time in a natural "jacuzzi" ( no bubbles but warm water) and have a nice view.
The way to the hot springs...More
I have tried on a few occasions to try and find this attraction. This time I came the closest, I think, however, I was advised by an old timer at the Travertine Hot Springs that I needed to be prepared to navigate a very steep...More
Made out first trip out to the bridgeport area to go camping and check out the hot springs...
Such a nice place... The elevation is higher than I was used to so it took some time to get used of it.
We found a place...More
Spent many a day off here in the 90's when not building trails in the bridgeport back country-love the pools on the river-careful in the spring as the place gets washed out-you can camp across the river and walk over-or park up on the road...More
From Bridgeport, you drive 7 miles to Doc & Als and then 2.5 miles down dusty dirt road. Then hike down steep trail to reach hot springs. They are quite small and average. Can get very crowded. Not sure worth the effort.
There was mention of a campsite in a review that said it was close but said, "12 mile away". Meant 1/2 mile right? If so where exactly?
And is it a car-camping and/or primitive camp?
I have the wife and two eight-year olds.
22 July 2016|
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J'aimerai savoir si le site de Buckeye hot spring et le même que Travertine hot spring.
A quelles distances se trouvent-ils de Bridgeport?