From what we were told the whole resort is under new management. The camp ground is owned separate and the hot springs are leased by other people and the restaurant is yet a separate identity.
We see that there is a lot of work being done in the campground and hopefully some will be done on the hot springs as well.
The water in the two pools are very nice and warm. The pool, the grounds and inside of the building looks a bit tired.
The showers got to go! You have to pull on a rope (like really hard) for the water to come, as soon as you let go, it stops. My wife said she could barely pull hard enough to make it run and only one of the two showers in the women's change room worked.
The water in the shower is also only one temperature and way to hot, uncomfortable in both our opinions and many of the other people as well.
The price was reasonable and you get a discount if you stay at the campground or senior discount if applicable.
You need flip-flops or crooks to wear in the change room / shower and out to the pool. You can bring your towel, clothing etc. with you out to the pool area or bring a pad lock for the locker. They will lend you a lock for your car keys as security.
We never visited the restaurant, but the menu looked good.
I'm sure things will improve over the next few years.
It was worth it to get to soak for a while.
Hope that helps.
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