October 2, 2018 - reviewed by Uli Hauck
It's a hidden Paradies
Wow, what a beautiful place. You won't find it, until you get a explanation from the owner how to get there. This is amazing, how beloved she arranged everything. It is so quiet, you will hear your own heartbeat. The hot spring tube is very lovely. Very nice and clean rest-/bathroom. This is the perfect place getting one with the nature.
September 23, 2018 - reviewed by Douglas Hull
Visitor Who Will Return
Hidden jewel. We like to boondock, off the beaten path, but also appreciate the creature comforts of a full hookup for our winnebago. This place is the best of both worlds, half a days drive from home. The scenery is fantastic, the hiking incredible and the hot springs add years to your life. It's not for everyone, because it is far from civilization, but if you enjoy peace and quiet, surrounded by majestic views and wildlife, this place is for you. It can't get crowded because it's small, but spaces are huge, flat, and easy to get into. The drive in is no more difficult than your average National Forrest campground. Rained hard the evening we arrived, but no issues with road. Hard gravel that drains well. Shelly is a very gracious host, who will guide you on the area, and leave you alone once you're settled. Great value at $45 per night. She's selective on who she let's in, and we appreciated that. We plan to return in winter, and maybe see some snow. Wonderful place. Thanks again.
January 13, 2018 - reviewed by Jacqui Rogers
Could Not Find
No signs, impossible to find