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Lovely place and people. I camped there for three days (originally intended just an overnight). Lovely hot springs pool big enough for a swim, overlooking mountains, plus hot tub. Families welcome. Owners helpful and respectful. Refreshingly unpretentious.. Note that this is not a "loud party"...More
Spontaneous trip to Darby Montana, found this hot spring along the way. What a gem, clean, uncrowded swimming, oven fired pizza, full bar, friendly owner, comfy cabins, RV park and more. Spent two days exploring the local sites like Big Hole Battlefield, Darby and Hamilton,...More
Cabins are old, filthy and falling apart. They literally stink. The Pool/hot tub is disgusting ( got a rash after swimming) . Both are in poor condition. The changing facilities are moldy and stinky. The resort grounds are dirty. There are no garbage cans, there...More
1 Thank CharlesHoffman
Response from lths, Owner at Lost Trail Hot Springs ResortResponded 1 September 2017
This reviewer is the same person different name, again, who said she will ruin our lives, this is now chapter six in the eclips saga that all have been Subject to and find amusing. Please go to yelp and google to see the near cut...More
Do not stay here if you're looking for any level of comfort or cleanliness. The campground is small and congested with very little space and no trees between each campsite, you can clearly see and hear each neighboor. The pool and office area are old...More
5 Thank JessicaStevenson1
Response from lths, Owner at Lost Trail Hot Springs ResortResponded 24 August 2017
Please note: she stayed TWO nights. She did not have a reservation. She was under no obligation to stay. She was a "walk in" customer who stayed the first night and since she loved the place so much, came in the next morning wanting a...More
Stayed here for 2 nights during snowmobile hill climbs,we brought our camper was told power was at the site an hour later and 50 foot of extension cords,that i provided half of we had power,during power hook up an employee came by (some old woman)...More
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Response from lths, Owner at Lost Trail Hot Springs ResortResponded 18 March 2017
True, we discovered electrical difficulties in the RV Park after many months of non-usage. We will be unable to discern the problem until the snow melts and the ground thaws as digging will need to be done. An extension cord was provided in the meantime,...More
There was a group that "bought" the property several years back and ran it into the ground. Many horror stories have been shared. It was a lease to own deal and they took off in the middle of the night after not paying for... More
There was a group that "bought" the property several years back and ran it into the ground. Many horror stories have been shared. It was a lease to own deal and they took off in the middle of the night after not paying for quite a few of the services and products they received, including electricity, phone, food deliveries, taxes, etc. After their departure, shut down for cleaning and repairs took a month! It has taken a good bit more time to clean up the reputation of the springs. That job may never be done.
It is privately owned by a mother/son team. For 21+ years, the goal has been to maintain this historically significant property through its trials and tribulations. Though it is important that all guests enjoy their visit, there are guidelines that must be followed. Anyone that does not care to follow the laws set out by the state, liquor board, health department and ourselves, are welcome to spend their time at other hot springs. We strive for a family environment and often tire of enforcing rules which are clearly posted. We occasionally clash with guests but usually it is warranted. Apologies to all those who may have been caught in the cross-fire. The vast majority of our guests enjoy themselves immensely. We hope you will try again and see!
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"I would strongly suggest to stay at one of the National Forest campgrounds in the area."