"Chinati Hot Springs" Ruidosa by RichardBlaine
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There are two roads to Chinati Hot Springs, but unless you have all-wheel-drive, 4-wheel-drive and/or very high clearance, stick to the longer route through Ruidosa, TX. Whichever you travel, the journey on gravel roads through west Texas will be worth it. This is not Radisson, but the lodgings are amenable and the hot water is superb.
One of the really great things about Chinati Hot Springs is the community kitchen building, complete with stoves, ovens, refrigerators and an ice machine. It is a fully stocked kitchen, including lots of utensils, pots & pans, dishes, cups, glasses, and barbeque grills. Make sure you mark your 'stuff' that you leave in the fridge, and be sure to be friendly.
There are two options for lodging-camping or one of the quaint, private rooms, some with their own private soaking pools.
- Pros:Remote, friendly, HOT SPRINGS
- In a nutshell:Chinati Hot Springs
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