So you might expect a hot spring to have some slick on the floors of the tubs. I guess it's ok. Not too slick. The water is kept at a nice temp. It's got plenty of floaties. The several pools are all kept at different temps. The furthest from the lobby is the hottest and closest to the lobby is the coolest. The hottest tub was at 101, and Travis (the resort manager) was dialing it up. Got to 104 before we left. The coolest pool was something like 96 if I recall. Access to the reservoir. You can rent canoes and paddle boards for play if you like. The water is cold and murky there. It's river water after all. Overall, a fun place. We paid something like $8 per person. Campsites are nearby and many folks had come up to camp in addition to playing in the pools.
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