Our stop at the hot spring was kinda a last minute decision. I told my wife while we were driving trough Montana that I could really go for a hot spring soak. We decided to look to see if there were any on our route, and found there was this one a short distance away.
I've been to a few hot springs, and all of them were pretty natural. Think Chena Hot Springs Resort in Alaska U.S. or Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park in Canada. This was not like those. What we found was a building that resembled a public bath house. There were 9 pools/Tubs with temperatures ranging from 63*F to 106*F.
We stayed at the KOA camp ground next door, and was able to get a discount or two day passes. The first night there were a log of kids running around like a public swimming pool during summer vacation. The next morning though there were only three or for adults in there, so it was a more relaxing.
It was still nice to enjoy the hot water. I did notice these pools didn't have as strong of a sulfur typical to the other hot springs I've been to. They may have filtered most of it out, but that's a minor thing.
I still enjoyed it.
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