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Hot Sulphur Springs, CO

Contributed by mclendom, an ePodunk user.

June 5, 2008

 We visited the Sulphur Springs over Memorial Day Weekend. We went with the intentions that we would be able to use the coupons that were printed from their website. The coupons had indicated that they would expire 5/31 and I had printed them off only days before we went. The coupons were not honored and indicated they were not valid Memorial Day, not up until then. I understand it was a misprint, but they were not honored.

We spent maybe an hour there, and were disappointed in the springs themselves. I have been to hot spings before, and have never seen so much crap in the water. I thought it was filthy, but come to find out it was all minerals. Alsthough, it was minerals, I thought for some reason that the springs should be somewhat filtered. I would rather go to the Strawberry Springs in Steamboat or Glennwood Springs.

They did end up refunded my money, which was nice.


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