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“Great Stay”
Review of Chico Hot Springs

Chico Hot Springs
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US$700.00*
and up
2-Day Yellowstone National Park from Jackson with Upper and Lower Loop
Ranked #1 of 4 things to do in Pray
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 18 June 2014

I have stayed at Chico 3 times now and have a had a great stay each time. It is close to Yellowstone National Park and you have a broad choice of rooms and cabins for your stay. You can visit Livingston or Gardiner with in 30 minutes, fish the Yellowstone or the Depuys then have a great dinner in their restaurant. The main lodge is older but newer building are also available.

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Reviewed 18 June 2014

Chico Hot Springs is my favorite place to visit in the winter. It is a huge outdoor pool but it's filled with water from the hot springs. While relaxing in the warm water you have a view of snow covered mountains because the pool isn't covered with a roof. What a view. It has a nice little restaurant and cabins also. If you are ever near Bozeman, MT this is a must!

Thank Debra W
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Reviewed 16 June 2014

Chico is an out of the way Hot Springs Resort with a main hotel, two outside unit areas, and private cabins. On site dining very nice requires reservations. Outdoor hot springs but wonderful atmosphere even at -10F like the night we were there. Pizza and burger bar also available at the pools. Some rooms are pet friendly but you must notify the staff in advance to get those rooms. Cabins have private bathrooms in them where the main hotel has shared bathrooms. No TV here so just enjoy the wildlife and the scenery. Dog sled guided tours and horse back riding also available. Great weekend getaway for those that want to get away from the rat race of everyday living.

Thank Jim C
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Reviewed 7 June 2014

After spending 5 long days in the Park, we decided to drive to Chico from our cabin in Gardiner. It is a very charming place. The buildings are full of character and it has been well preserved. It was only $30 for our family of four (kids 11, 13). It was a chilly morning, so the water felt very warm. It was wonderful and very relaxing. It was amazing. We had all been wanting to feel the water coming out of the hot springs in the park so this is it! We spent a little less than 2 hours because we were all getting hot. We left around 11, and by then, it was getting more crowded. There is not a ton of seating. Yes, the pool does need some repairs and some of the chairs need to be replaced, but for the price, it was money well spent. I would not have wanted to miss this little gem.

We brought towels, they are available to rent for $1. The changing facilities are adequate. There is a swim suit dryer, which helps if you are getting back on the road.

1  Thank smileynvp
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Reviewed 5 June 2014 via mobile

This place was really great to visit trust me on this worth a beautiful drive from Bozeman

you get there it's essentially like two pools one super hot and one very warm everybody's just relaxing in the pool you can order drinks and lunch poolside there's a great gift shop and old hotel which is pretty neat to read about history

Is also a stable and you can go on pony rides or 1 to 2 hour trip through the national Forest

Keep going on the gravel road past the lodge for about 10 minutes and you end up in the ghost town of old Chico

park your car totally interesting and walk around and get a look of what it like to live in a mountain town in the 1870s

Also lots of hiking trails just outside the lodge this looks like it would be a cool hotel to stay in remote

Thank fraink
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