Such a delight! Driving by we noticed the sign for Mundo Hot Springs and turned down the dirt road. We followed the signs for about 2-3 miles and came to this small campground set in a farming area. They have a hostel or cabin you can rent, a few tent sights and a few RV pull-through sites and a couple back-in sites, all pretty much on grass with a few trees or bushes. Electric, water, and sewer. The delight is the beautiful pool filled with crystal clear spring water. All enclosed by a high lattice fence, there is a little sitting area, flower garden, changing rooms, bathrooms, and a hot pool attached to the bigger pool. They have a wheel chair ramp with hand rails leading into the pool. The temp of the water is perfect and there are so few people, it feels like you have the place to yourself. The office and pool are only open 4:00-8:00 PM, which allows plenty of time to soak. The sign says bistro too, so I am assuming the owner will make food for you in the office kitchen area. There are several full time mobile home residents surrounding the park, but it is peaceful and quiet. The park is right next to a river and my husband caught many fish right below where the hot spring water comes out of the ground and flows into the river. The fish were literally jumping. We absolutely loved our stay and we will come back anytime we are in the area.
Very clean park, no dirt! Cement pull-through with a little plot of grass and picnic table. There are hookups on both sides of the pad depending on your RV and personal preference. We had been driving all day and we were excited that they had a pool and hot spa, but when we arrived at 7:00, we found out the pool area closes at 7:00. Seems a little early to close up the pool. The office also closes at 7:00. The few times I tried to go into the office during our stay (for ice, directions, to pay) it was always closed with a sign on the door. One of the fellows working on his boat in the marina said they are often not in the office. We appreciated the clean sites.
Stumbled upon this RV park. The staff were super friendly. Many sites are filled with full time residents but they had plenty of pull-through sites available. Grass sites with shade trees, no sewer. Dump station, gas, small market, laundry machines available. Quiet and surrounded by forest trees. My favorite was the abundant population of wild bunnies everywhere. All sizes of black, white, and brown bunnies feed on the grass around all the sites. The owner said they multiply like rabbits. They are not afraid, just busy eating. There is a large pasture area that is mowed, Perfect for dog walking. The rate for one night was $22 but they charge $3.00 for one load of laundry washing and the same for the dryer usage. The owner feeds the deer so you will most likely see deer in the early morning hours inside the campground. We enjoyed our stay and felt very comfortable.
Wow! What a beauty! This is one of the most beautiful campgrounds, situated in an expansive meadow valley surrounded by mountains. We were lucky enough to not have a reservation and ended up in the overflow area, which we absolutely loved. There were a few sites with water and electricity in this total grass area with a full view of the valley. The meadows are filled with wildflowers and tall grass - the kind you want to run through, or at least your dog will want to. The owner was very nice, as was all the staff. The fellow who escorted us to our site couldn't have been more helpful and kind. The laundry room was clean and we did all our laundry in the 3 washers and dryers. They have fenced part of their meadow property and mowed the grass in a way that provides a very long peaceful strolling path around the outer edge of the park. The path is lighted with solar lights and it is perfect for walking the dog. Our dogs also loved running freely along the gravel roads that run along the edge of the park and out into the vast meadows. You can drive on a road to reach the lake just over the hill. I spent many hours wandering the gravel roads through the meadows - you can breathe and it is very quiet. My husband fished in the lake. Their motto is "Shhh - it's quiet out here", and it is! Pure perfection!
We choose this park because we wanted to visit the Hot Springs on site. The campground spaces are very close to each other, grassy with some trees. We were here on a Saturday afternoon and both the campground and Hot Springs were very crowded. This campground caters to families, so the noise level is a little high. It is important to note that you don't want to drive down to the office in your RV, as there is no turn around area and you will get stuck. Park at the entrance and walk down to the office, which is next to the pool area. We were excited to use the hot spring pools, but we were very surprised at the color of the water. It is very dark brown. Upon reading the literature the color seems to be from the abundance of minerals. I will admit that the combination of brown water and the huge amount of people in the pools was not as inviting as I had hoped. There are several pools of different temps and one very large one. The small pools were packed with people. Thank goodness for the larger one - it gave the appearance of not being as crowded. There are a lot of families, so again it is anything but peaceful. They even have a water slide for an extra fee. We enjoyed walking around the grassy hill area surrounding a small pond. People do not hesitate to walk through your site, so make sure you put your things away at night. We awoke to our dog fence collapsed on the ground and several beer cans in our site. Upon investigation, we learned that young adults had been walking through our sight all night and some had fallen over our dog pen.
This is a great campground. The staff was friendly and helpful and there is a little store in the office area. They have a wonderful pool which we took advantage of. It was clean and the water temp was absolutely perfect for a warm summer day. Plenty of pull through sights on gravel, each with a cement pad and picnic table, perfect for a one night stop over. We took a short bike ride (1-2 miles) into the town of Beaver to the local creamery for an ice cream. What a delight! The ice cream was so good. There is a sitting area outside the creamery that overlooks a pasture of cows. A little store with some tourist type goodies, something for everyone. Beaver is a very small town so this creamery was a perfect activity during our short overnight stay.
After driving South on the 95 through the desert this campground was an oasis. Completely gravel, with lots of sites we were just happy to have hook ups to run the air conditioner out here in this hot desert. Very nice staff escorted us to our site. The pool looked refreshing. But as I did laundry in the large laundry room I noticed several trucks pull up and local children poured out to use the pool. I didn't get the impression they were staying in the campground. Shuttle service to the casino is available and we took advantage of it. After arriving at the Casino, we walked downtown a block to eat. Overall, this campground is great for one night.
Absolutely beautiful. We have camped here several times and return each year to the tranquil and peaceful alpine lake. It is the first campground heading west on the 20 from the tiny town of Ione. Bigger rigs may not fit, but our 30 foot trailer and long truck are fine. We have seen many large RVs. This pristine lake offers outstanding views of wildlife and serenity. A small boat ramp for non motor boats offers excellent fishing. Most of the 8 sites are level, lots of trees, fire pits, and a table. Pit toilets and food storage bins available for renters. Camp host drives through daily. During the week we are often the only campers so if you like privacy and wilderness on a paved road you will love this amazing Lake Leo.