“soak it all in”
Hot Springs, also known as Boquillas Hot Springs, is a former resort in what is now Big Bend National Park in Texas. They were developed by J.O. Langford from 1909. Langford was a Mississippi native who had contracted malaria as a child.
Lovely place to relax. We camped at one of the RV parks and did a 2-3 mile hike to the hot spring. Fortunately a friend drove so got a ride back to camp! Large enough pool to share with many others, so no worries. Easy to find a spot to stash your robe/jeans and not get feet all muddy in/out.
The springs are pretty primitive, but it's a really nice hike and honestly, why wouldn't you take a quick dip while you're here? The views of the Rio are awesome, too. As far as the park goes, it's a little more crowded here than anywhere else but definitely for a good reason
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Hot Springs - Big Bend National Park
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