We just wanted a quiet spot with electricity for an overnight stay and it cost us 40.00. Camp spots are to close together and the railroad is an additional noise problem. If you are traveling with kids and pay an additional fee you can access the springs. Want someplace quiet, go on down the road. We will not stay there again.
Stayed 1 night during the week. Some large truck traffic during the day but quiet in evening. Hot springs ok .
Very nice looking place to go camping a little old but is not crowded staff is very kind great local place to take the hot springs the kids to run and play
There is NO WiFi so I called the office and was told “I don’t know, I’ll ask my manager and call you right back.” Never heard from them. The train woke us up twice during the night and I could not find a place to dump my trash. Nice looking site but poorly run.
This is a well-shaded campground with an adjacent hot springs pool. The grounds are attractive, though a bit worn down. A few issues with the listing, however: 1. There is NO wifi 2. Trains pass through in the night quite close to some of the sites 3. Sites are all back-in.
We love staying at Crystal Hot Springs. The sites are nice and it seems to be very popular. They d ont do much by way of discounts for the pools while staying there, and there are regular trains that come by, but it's still a great place