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Faywood Hot Springs, Faywood

Categories: Hot Springs, Nature & Parks
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4/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
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  • Quiet place, clean tubs. Staff was friendly. There are clothing optional tubs for the brave at heart. Worth the stop & not terribly far from the Gila forest. This is a good alternative to high traffic...  read more »
  • When i go to Tucson , i skip the depressing motels and stop either in truth or consequence or here between Deming and silver city. always a treat to be soaking in starry night in the middle of the des...  read more »
  • Chose this place over campgrounds in the mountains for a labor day weekend outing. Stayed at the clothing optional tent sites. Spent the majority of my time lounging at the clothing optional public po...  read more »
  • Very relaxing place for a couple to visit.its especially romantic at night when the sky is lit up with stars and your relaxing in the hot springs.only bad thing that bothered me was the surplus amount of bugs at night.I had moths in my car for 2 days... no mosquitos tho so that was nice
  • Got here after sunset on a Sunday night, it was dark, w/ the exception of lightning flashes in the distance. This was my 1st time visiting a a place like this so not sure what to expect. Pleasantly suprised with the accommodations in the casita! Went to the public pool since private pools close at 10. Did I mention it was dark? The room key had a flashlight which became my best friend. It was brighter outside pool entrance than inside so I instinctively started looking for a light switch then had to laugh at myself because a lightning flash brought to my attention there was no roof. After my eyes adjusted, I slowly approached the pool with the provided single led flashlight. It felt like something from an X-Files episode. Sounds of trickling water, very dim lights changing color and luminosity then occasional lightning flash added to the eerieness. To my delight there was nothing in the pools but geothermic water, despite my visions of Fluke-Man, Jason or some other creature attacking me. Soon the Hollywood induced fears subsided, I enjoyed my soak, headed back to the casita & had a pleasant rest. No Wi-Fi or TV but plenty of Verizon 4G and Ting (T-Mobile GSM)
  • This is a quiet, relaxing destination with excellent therapeutic pools and a wonderful staff. It is rustic and affordable compared to other commercial hot springs.
  • Just got here. It is quiet and lovely. I think we are one of 3-4 small groups/families/couples here. Staying in a cabin...rustic, cooking everything on an outdoor grill. The hot springs pools are amazing.
  • Went There On Easter Sunday And It Is The Best Place To Go , The Lady At The Front Desk Was Very Nice And Helpful , This Place Is Amazing I Give It Big Thumbs Up and Rate it a 5 . I Encourage Everybody To Go Here First Before Going Any Where Else (AMAZING)
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