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Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $33.00
Such a delight! Driving by we noticed the sign for Mundo Hot Springs and turned down the dirt road. We followed the signs for about 2-3 miles and came to this small campground set in a farming area. They have a hostel or cabin you can rent, a few tent sights and a few RV pull-through sites and a couple back-in sites, all pretty much on grass with a few trees or bushes. Electric, water, and sewer. The delight is the beautiful pool filled with crystal clear spring water. All enclosed by a high lattice fence, there is a little sitting area, flower garden, changing rooms, bathrooms, and a hot pool attached to the bigger pool. They have a wheel chair ramp with hand rails leading into the pool. The temp of the water is perfect and there are so few people, it feels like you have the place to yourself. The office and pool are only open 4:00-8:00 PM, which allows plenty of time to soak. The sign says bistro too, so I am assuming the owner will make food for you in the office kitchen area. There are several full time mobile home residents surrounding the park, but it is peaceful and quiet. The park is right next to a river and my husband caught many fish right below where the hot spring water comes out of the ground and flows into the river. The fish were literally jumping. We absolutely loved our stay and we will come back anytime we are in the area. We camped at Mundo Idaho RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $22.00
We happened to drive by a sign for this place and decided to check it out. We usually travel in a 5th wheel, but have a truck camper for this trip. The campground is easy to get to- just a mile or so off the highway. There are two large pull thru sites and about 10 back in sites for smaller rigs. It has the feel of a mom and pop place, nothing fancy for the RV spots, but we did have good electric, a level site, a picnic table and some grass between sites. Plenty of room for a big rig to maneuver. The real draw here is the absolutely beautiful hot springs pool (100 degrees) and spa (104 degrees). The water is natural mineral water, with no chemicals. You pay a few dollars extra to use the pools, but its so worth it. Overall very quiet and peaceful and I wouldn't hesitate to come back. We camped at Mundo Idaho RV Park in a Truck Camper.Undo
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