My family and I visited the Indian Hot Springs looking for a fun, relaxing time. That was not the case. Upon arrival we noticed the place looked worn down and motel-like. The inside was dated and the entire building held a dirty stench. Upon our request, an employee allowed us to look at the hot spring pool before we purchased the 17 dollars per person tickets. To say I was disappointed would be an understatement. The pool was an acid green color, packed full of screaming children, and was an unaccommodating size for the number of people frolicking in it. Let's just say I wouldn't enter it even if I was given the 17 dollars. Alas, we all agreed to pass up that experience and sauntered back through the creaky hallway to the lobby. The people 16 and up in our group decided to check out the 'Geo Thermal Caves', hoping they would make up for the lacking pool. They did not. The caves are gender separated, which was nice but that was about the only good thing about them. Walking into the cave I felt like a miner descending into a coal mine. The air felt thick, it was mucky and wet, there was a sole light bulb hanging from the ceiling, and I felt like I was coming down with the black lung thanks to the lacking ventilation. The various in-ground hot tubs were murky and there were pipes coming in and out of almost all of them in an unneat and hazardous manner. If I didn't know better I'd think the caves were under construction. Obviously we vetoed the Geo Thermal Caves and made our way back to our rented home empty handed. All in all, don't go here.
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