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Maple Grove Hot Springs

31 Reviews
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Maple Grove Hot Springs

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11386 N Oneida Narrows Rd, Thatcher, ID 83283-5838
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Sooz S. wrote a review Sep 2020
Syracuse, Utah16 contributions
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We just had a two night stay (9/5/2020-9/7/2020) for a girls weekend getaway and it was heavenly! We were looking for a secluded area to enjoy a soak and unwind while being safe and away from the crowds. We found all that and more with this small, serene camping/glamping resort. We felt like we had the resort to ourselves as management does not allow this resort to become overcrowded. There was never more than 6-8 people in each pool at any given time. Overnight guests have access to the pools 24/7. We stayed in one of the small yurts. It was super close to the three small hot springs pools and had a wonderful view of the river from the porch. The yurt was clean and has plenty of room for 2-3 people. The parking is also very close to the yurts, so carrying luggage and cooking equipment was a breeze. We especially appreciated the CoVid precautions management enforced with social distancing and cleanliness. Helped us feel safe and secure. We brought our little Coleman camp stove and cooked all our meals at the yurt but there is a community patio that has a community campfire and large gas grill available to prepare food on. The resort did offer tin foil dinners available for purchase ($15/each). They must be pre-ordered and can be cooked on the community fire or the grill. We didn’t buy the tin foil dinners, only because we had already prepared all our meals ahead of time but heard other guests say they were delicious. The resort offers bath robes but not towels, so be sure to pack your own towels. The main building, the River House has a bathroom and one shower in the women’s locker room. It was very clean and appeared well maintained. My only tips would be to wear water shoes when walking to the pools as the trail to the pools is small gravel and can be a little tricky walking back in flip flops and wet feet. But not a major deal. Also plan to bring a flashlight or lantern (lanterns provided in tents/yurts) with you to the pools as there is very little lighting along the trail and you’ll need some light to get back to your tent, yurt or other options. This was our first visit but it seems this resort has had a lot of different managements in the past. The new/current owners (Jordan and Jaynee) have managed the property for roughly two years. They are wonderful and joined the guests each night for a soak and seemed genuinely interested in making sure everyone’s needs were appropriately being met, answered any questions and helped make sure everyone was enjoying their time. This resort is very peaceful. It’s quiet, serene and presents a great opportunity to unwind and relax. Morning and evening yoga is also offered and appeared to be well attended. There is no cell service, which helps add to the unplugged atmosphere the resort offers. There seems to be something for everyone here. If you want to tent camp, trailer/RV camp or stay in one of the yurts, cabins or canvas tents, you will be pleased and leave rested and feeling rejuvenated. We can’t wait to return!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Karen G wrote a review Jul 2020
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Two night stay and wish it had been longer! It was a wonderful way to cleanse the mind and soul especially during the pandemic. Accommodations were perfect. Soaking pools were clean and well maintained. The staff is knowledgeable, friendly and readily available. Felt refreshed and rejuvenated when our stay ended. Can’t wait to go back!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Maps104321 wrote a review Sep 2019
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I went to Maple Grove looking for quiet safe space to rejuvinate and heal from the damage of chemical treatment and radiation for breast cancer. I met the most hospitable and loving group of people (and one special little dog, Foxy). They tend to the land and water at Maple Grove with love and care. The hot tubs were wonderful and healing. The meeting room was available to use for making my own coffee or preparing my own food. I am still having separation anxiety for having to leave. I will return whenever I am able. Love to all
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Julie S wrote a review Jul 2018
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Such an amazing place, river was cool, the springs were hot and the staff was very accommodating to our huge family reunion. Thank you Maple Grove Hot Springs for aiding in bringing aunts, uncles, & cousins together. #rockinbelnaps2018!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Emily B wrote a review Apr 2018
Franklin, Idaho1 contribution2 helpful votes
It started with a phone call to see if we could check in early and what was available with the room (ie:electricty or sockets?, check in and out time). with the answers: "I guess so" and "I dunno". Once we had arrived there was no verification process to even check in, we could have been anyone and said we rented a yurt and ok we got it! there is no key to the yurt so no way to lock your things in there if you are soaking or anything. Went inside and it was FILTHY! When i sat on the bed a cloud of dust came up, there were dead bugs all over the concrete floor (not even a rug to wipe your feet on) and all the furniture : the bed, the chairs, & the table. Plus a very unattrasctive fly strip full of flies hanging right over the bed. I get this is the outdoors but i dont have that many bugs in my tent when I go camping!!! I had emailed them the day before to ask about the accomidations and the answered me right after we had checked in...if yoiu can call it that. I just thing at $89 a night i should have to sleep in a single mans hunting cabin that has never beed cleaned!!! The bathroom was the cleanest and nicest part of the wholr facility. This was our favorite place last year and the new managment has totally ruined it for us!! So we actually left and went to stay elsewhere that actually felt clean! Needless to say we will not be going back to them again!
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Date of experience: April 2018
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