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Norris Hot Springs

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Norris Hot Springs

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52 Norris Road, Norris, MT 59745
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froglag wrote a review Aug 2020
Spokane, Washington1,142 contributions109 helpful votes
We camped in the campground on the property and it was great complete with hookups to make the stay comfortable. The use of the hot springs was very minimal charge per person and was good for 24 hours of unlimited use. We did enjoy the hot springs and it's uniqueness with the wood sides, and floor of the pool area. The do empty it and refill it daily. It wasn't overly hot which we appreciated as the day was very hot. It was a refreshing place to relax the time away. Lots of people were enjoying the food and drinks from the restaurant.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Chris wrote a review Oct 2019
Oberstaufen, Germany32 contributions3 helpful votes
I’d say if you on the area, check it out. It’s a pretty warm tub, you could say pioneer type build. But this should be the way close to the former Oregon trail. You can enjoy either snacks, pizza type dinner or from the grill even while being in the water. Some people may like that some don’t, depends on you. Hanging out in the hot water and listening to live Musik in the nearby located cupola is a combination you won’t get anywhere. Read the other comments and decide whether to visit or not. I did like having this location checked out, you don’t just find something similar around the corner.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Charley A wrote a review Sep 2019
Bethlehem, PA6 contributions2 helpful votes
Camped here six days, while an axle problem on my trailer got fixed. These folks run a class act. No pretense, just a lovely place to soak. Good food. Full hookups, in season. If you want authentic Montana, in a Mother-Earth-News kinda way, don't miss it. Kudos to owner Holly.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Lisa P wrote a review Sep 2019
Idaho Falls, Idaho90 contributions58 helpful votes
This place has the most pristine water I have ever soaked in. We have 4 boys under age 12 that loved swimming and soaking especially under the cold spray mister. It was mostly adults drinking but they have a strict 3 alcoholic beverages per person rule so there was no concerns there. We ordered burgers and pizza from the grill that was super yummy (grown in their organic garden onsite.) I also thought the recycled cups are pretty cool also. I would hope in the cute they put a little money into the place and upgrade from port a potties to flushable toilets. I would love to see a place where one can get privately dressed and undressed also. Overall I would return with my family!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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PurpleMN wrote a review Aug 2019
Minnesota583 contributions73 helpful votes
Came upon Norris Hot Spring unexpectedly while we were wandering towards Idaho and Yellowstone. Our of three of us in the car two wanted to stop and one didn't. We stopped and checked it out before paying. Felt the water and decided to stay. We've been to a few hot springs in the USA. Some are more rustic than others and some are more commercial. This one isn't real rustic but it was clean and didn't have a super high smell of sulpher so that was nice. We've been to one that really smelled and we couldn't get the smell out of our swim suits. We stayed here for a little over an hour, which was perfect. They have a changing room and I liked that it was dark in there, one lady thought it was odd but I hate those large bright changing rooms where you can see everyone. The pool isn't huge but it was fine for us the day we stopped. The floor is wood... wood planks. One swimmer mentioned that they change out the water, so it was nice and clean and not all gross. NO floating material. We ordered food but it was lunch time so the grill was not open. We each ad a quesadilla and thought they were good. Overall I would recommend this as a stop... but read up a bit. It might not be for everyone. Some want more rustic when they hear Hot Spring.. Was kind of the middle of the road, nice view, warm and clean.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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