Fun place to stay if you like a great hot springs soak. Very nice pools, good rates. Small grassy campground down hill, W & E fine. No VZ cell nor internet. Fun discovery. More hot springs along the road nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely setting, 3 riverside tent sites & 10 RV sites on higher ground. Grassy area with mature trees; dirt roads and pads. 30 amp power, all weather water hookups. No sewer hookups or dump station. Nine broadcast HDTV stations, weak & intermittent Verizon signal. The hot springs section is undergoing a major renovation and expansion. We would go there again. Environmentally unconscious; no recycling. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small RV park with shade, stream, friendly staff, and a supper hot springs facility make this a regular stop for us. We have stayed in a 29' 5th and a 37' motor home with no problem. Only a few large sites so check ahead of time in a big rig. I would park in their large parking lot to use the hot springs. This is one of my favorite stops that has an alligator as a camp pet! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This post is to update an earlier review on Sligar's Thousand Springs Resort for a September 7, 8, and 9, 2005 visit that was actually for Miracle Hot Springs. My husband and I stayed at Sligar's but we drove to Miracle Hot Springs to check it out. As stated earlier it is a beautful little campground, with about 10 or less sites. Small campground that we would not take our 32' TT into as the turns were tight just in our pickup. Sites looked like they'd fit up to 25' units. There is electricity. A creek runs through it along with a pond tht the first review claimed had alligators. The sign on the highway shows an alligator on it so she was probably right but in March they weren't there but it was still cold. This place was full of day users for the hot springs. Close to the highway but with all the trees you didn't feel like you were that close. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.