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This was our first anniversary and we stayed in the brand new Creekside Cabins. I would highly recommend this area. Super comfy bed, very clean, spacious, 2 big screen TVs, 2 showers, and super quiet. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful —- the only reason...More
We have been visiting here for years and have always wanted to visit the hot springs and so glad we finally did... won’t miss it ever again! I decided instead of day passes for all of us to get spa treatments which includes access to...More
I recently went to the hot springs and spa at Mount Princeton. Firstly I will say the staff are so friendly,especially the young staff at the reception at the spa. Jade with the fab red hair was so mature for her age,knew her job so...More
I reviewed the resort so for this I will focus solely on the Bath House. There is plenty of parking available and then you walk down a long set of steps to the building. Inside sits two attendants where you can get your towels or...More
The Hot Springs were pretty neat. We hung out in the open stream were the hot springs come out and mixes with the cold water of the stream. In this part, you have to climb down decent sized boulders to get to the stream. So...More
I have been coming to this hot spring for 30 years and my how it has changed. Still, there is enough old fashioned mountain funk to warm my heart and a girl can still climb down the crazy rocks and soak in the river -...More
The Mount Princeton Hot Springs is a nice natural / man made area that originally was more of a hippie spot. When I was a kid the cost was 5.00 and that mostly meant sitting in the stream and creating a pool of the hot...More
Arrived at our scheduled time for tea soaks.
•scheduled mud baths...they "just ran out of mud". You're a spa...
•scheduled tea soaks because "they were out of mud?"
•forgot friend in waiting room for said soak.
•25 mins later, friend went to remind them
Response from bigmike9999 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I am getting back late. But Teresa is pretty much right on. There is many spots especially around the Arkansas River where you can set up camp. Depending upon what you are looking for (luxury/rough ii) you have it... More
Sorry I am getting back late. But Teresa is pretty much right on. There is many spots especially around the Arkansas River where you can set up camp. Depending upon what you are looking for (luxury/rough ii) you have it available. There is a spot called "Fisherman Bridge" where a lot of people set up their camp & run river rafting. I know that spot use to be free. Most of the locals were very helpful when we were there & probably could also provide spots.