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Hot Springer Ken
A hot springs enthusiast born in Japan; based in Texas, U.S. Follow me on Instagram or Twitter for updates!
As the name suggests, this hot spring is located on a hill. Due to its location, it has an outstanding spectacle compared to other hot tubs in the area.
It is an RV park on the shores of Hot Lake, known for its hot springs that gush out from the bottom of the lake. You need to stay in a yurt to realize the true value of this facility.
If you are planning a day trip to Pagosa Springs, Colorado, this is one of the great places to soak in the Victorian atmosphere. It is a cozy facility built in the tranquil downtown.
This is by far the largest of all the hot springs in the Long Valley Caldera. A boardwalk on the muddy plains leads you to the place.
This could be one of the largest natural soaking pools in the state of Oregon. The extremely hot water at source and the spacious pool are very appealing.
If you like to soak as well at the base of hot springing in the nearby mountains, this motel could be the option. Overnight guests are allowed to use the rustic bath house, with the reservation.
If you stay in Pagosa Springs, why don't you go for an undeveloped hot spring? Only a half day is enough for the entire trip.
This hot spring is like a scenic view point! The unfortunate thing is that the water becomes tepid being piped for a distance.
It is in one of the least populated areas of the contiguous United States. Let's watch a sunrise over the steam of natural hot springs!
There are not so many choices in the U.S. if you like to dip in a cauldron hot tub. This one is, surprisingly fed by natural hot water.