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I was in a Buick SUV, but some cars were in lot too. It was a rough road and very narrow. Once you park, you can change into swimsuits and hike just a little up the Rio Grand River to a small hot-spring. The trail was overgrown on the sides of the river so recommend a walking stick to ensure... 更多
First thing that brings you in, us the drive-a narrow single lane around the wash that brings you to the parking area. Upon pulling into the parking area, greeted with an ominous sign warning of frequent vehicle break-ins which helped with our decision to cut our stay short. Petroglyphs just past row house to the left as you come down... 更多
The narrow unpaved windy road was totally worth it for a sunrise soak in the hot springs. The weather was still a bit chilly, even though it was mid May, and the hot water felt amazing. I have read some reviews that say the water is dirty and I can't help but think they must be talking about a different... 更多
Excellent look into the past of Big Bend! The drive into the area is a bit tricky even for my husband (who is an excellent driver - he says it will test your driving skills (steep drop-offs on one side of the road, solid rock wall on the other). I highly recommend a visit to this area.
after a bit of a exciting drive in (narrow unpaved roads around curves and small cliffs - doable but exciting), you arrive at the old resort. The old abandoned buildings have a charm all of their own. Not quite the same as visiting 'ruins' but cool. The buildings lend themselves to some great photos. a fairly easy path leads you... 更多
You can go for a very short hike or make it around a 6 mile round trip hike from Daniels Ranch. There is a campground at the beginning of the hike. The shorter hike is more of just the way of getting there and kind of hairy driving out if you do it in the evening. Be sure to bring... 更多
I can not imagine why someone would give this area of the park a bad review or say the buildings should go.. The history in those buildings and the story of Bessie smith is one of enduring Texas history. The cliffs, the buildings, the hot springs are definitely worth the trip down a little scary road. Not to be missed.