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hotsprings

Can you go in them and where? Only at hotels?

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1. Re: hotsprings

there is one on highway towards St. Regis, MT and the name escapes me and as I am in Africa right now I don't have my resource materials. Also one on the highway between Livinston and yellowstone (chico/chaco?? hot sptings I think) these are commercial and have cabins to stay.

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2. Re: hotsprings

"Hotsprings" is the name of the town near St. Regis where there are hotsprings. Great little place, a one-hour drive southwest from Kalispell. Three developed hotsprings pools to chose from within the town, which is like being in a movie set from the 1950's (I kid you not).

Chico Hotsprings are southeast of Kalispell about 2-3 hour drive.

There are lots of other hotsprings in MT, but those two are the closest to Kalispell.

Hi K2Kelly....I am envious of your African trip! We are making "big plans" to escape our hometown and head over to the big city of Spokane this weekend. Hope you are having a marvelous time and soak up some of that African music and dance!

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Oops....Chico Hotsprings is farther than 2-3 hours, probably more like 3-4 hours drive. Yes, you can go in these hotsprings. In the town of Hotsprings, the fees are $3 to $5.

Also, just realized that K2Kelly was talking about Quinn's Hotsprings Resort, which is right on the highway near St Regis. There are cabins there, a bar and restaurant. About a half hour away is the town of Hotsprings.

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4. Re: hotsprings

Riverdays, thanks for cleaning up my comments, tough to remember details when looking at lions.........................

Sorry I missed you in Spokaloo, hope you had a good time.

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5. Re: hotsprings

K2Kelley, we are heading to Spokaloo (never heard that one before) in two days. Will catch the David Gray concert at the INB Sat night. Thinking of Wild Sage for dinner. Is this a good place for healthy but delicious food? And how about Frank's Diner that people rave about? Just how greasy is that spoon?

Everything here is still snow-covered and in the depths of winter. Long range weather predictions say we are in for a colder, snowy than usual March. Maybe think about extending your African stay :>)

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6. Re: hotsprings

came home to this.....................snow and cold, but it is clearing up here now as in the 40's. I was going to go to David Gray, heard his shows are great!! Wild Sage is very good and should work for you. Franks is pretty basic, greasy spoon just like the knights diner on market street.

Another option is Dollys on Indiana at Washington

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7. Re: hotsprings

Will look into that, but might be a little far out of the way.

D

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sorry, using your forum spot to reply to riverdays, but come on over...........

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