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“Beautiful Location - Relaxing”

Strawberry Park Hot Springs
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Owner description: Get out of the cold and into these natural mineral springs with a year-round average temperature of 104 degrees.
Reviewed 6 April 2018

Very natural setting. Enjoyed the snow on the trees, the small waterfalls, the views. The water felt great, the rocks a little slippery, the experience, one of a kind! We were there around 5PM on a weekday. It wasn't crowded and people were very pleasant. I'd give the place five stars except the hut you change in isn't adequate for the needs of the volume of visitors. Also, a curtain hanging between you and whomever walks into the hut to warm themselves by the stove or take a place in line to change, is not what I would call private. They could upgrade that a bit. But overall, what fun! We'll be back!

1  Thank Katy M
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

I live in Steamboat and have been coming to the Springs for years. The setting is great and it's a wonderful place to bring out of town guests. Sadly staffing seems to be letting it down recently - rude and totally unwelcoming. I guess when you get business because you are a one-off facility you don't need to worry about customer service. Too bad.

1  Thank NantucketGirl95
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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

Excellent experience!! Not over run with people. Clean bathrooms and changing house! Bring towels! So fun!

Thank Abby E
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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

The hot springs is so relaxing and warm. A few things to know before going in. After you pay your fee you walk down a small hill. You can go to the restrooms which is not coed and change plus use the restroom or you can go down another hill. There is a small building on your left that says changing room or cabin. Please know this is coed! There are curtains for privacy but the facility is for men and women.
I recommend changing into your suit but bring a bag for cloths and towels and take them down to the springs with you. Also wear some kind of shoes, after changing, down to the springs as the steps are rocky and wet. Once you enter the pools hold onto the rails because the rocks in the water are very slippery. Once you make it to the middle of the springs the floor is easy to walk on as it is small pebbles. This is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy nature. You may need a 4wd vehicle depending on the weather and road conditions to get there. I would call first.

Thank Jennifer B
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

We took the afternoon off from skiing to soak in the hot springs. I was last here 15 yrs ago and the pools don't really seem much different. The restroom building is new and you can see the place is slowly redeveloping with sort of a magical hobbit style architecture. Daytime was pretty tame to the night scene and was relaxing. The deck area has a lot of rocks and mud, wise idea to have some flip flops. Also a good idea to use the restroom before hitting the hot springs as it's a long way up the hill in the cold. Fun way to spend an afternoon.

Thank berricks
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