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Lovely travertine springs dripping into a creek side pool. Better st lower river runoff levels as the snowmelt cools the edge of the hot pool.
Our only beef was w/ some folks hot springs etiquette vis a vis Bluetooth speakers. We’d prefer to listen to...More
We really enjoyed this place. It was beautiful... had white noise of the river to drown out talking. Occasionally someone would show up with a bluetooth speaker, which is tasteless & obnoxious. But, that's life. It's a really nice place, fairly secluded & very beautiful
Yes. This is a natural hot springs where you can fully experience being natural in nature. Becoming one with where we all came from and where we will go again. It is a special place. Please respect it.
If you are looking for a family...More
The route down from the parking area is not great, but the pools at the bottom are delightful. The wind funnels along the creek, so secure your towel and other belongings. Bring drinking water! And maybe a hat (though if you're lucky, you can tuck...More
this is a wonderful place to go to. You must leave it clean and be respectful if you go here. This is clothing optional and should remain so. Be kind to others and respectful to nature. I love camping here.
Buckeye Hot Springs is not easy to find, but worth asking for directions. To access the hot springs, you have to hike down a cliff with some loose rock and brush. There are a couple of mud bottomed shallow pits surrounded by rocks on the...More
I've visited Buckeye many times over the years and most recently on July 4 around midday. There's a large pool beside the river with part of it under a cave. There's also two hot pools on the hillside above the river. Because there were so...More