Faywood Hot Springs

home
sightseeing

Camping The place offers regular tent camping as well as RV camping. The sites have water, picnic tables and fire rings with cooking grills. The tent is about $15 a person (less for more people) and $20 for RV (less for more people).


Cabins They have several cedar and oak cabins for rent as well. Each comes with its own bedroom with full bath, a sleeping loft, porch, kitchenettes, heat and air conditioner, BBQ grills on the backyard. One of the most efficient use of space I had ever seen. The loft is on top of the bathroom and front porch. The kitchenettes are next to the bed. The cabin fee is $80 a night for double occupancy. This fee will also allow you to soak in the public pool all day and one hour in the private pool. The overall appearance of cabins is neat and clean. Be sure to bring some bug repellent. Last time I was there, I had encountered about a hundred of moths that somehow mysterious got inside my cabin.


Teepee For the people who prefer social with others and cheaper fee, this is the way to go. Each teepee has carpeted floor and outdoor BBQ grill/fire ring, picnic table and water at the site. Pets are allowed. The fee is about $25 a night per person.




During your stay, you might want to check out their massage session too. They offer several different types of massage therapy along with various fees to suit your need. It is highly recommended that you confirm your reservation prior to your arrival. Since check in is after 1:00p.m, should you arrive there early, you can always pay a visit to the City of Rocks State Park. It is about one and half mile down the road if you follow Highway 61.


© Copyright 2004-2019 DesertScope