Crystal Crane Hot Springs
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrystal Crane Hot Springs Burns
Indoor private hot tubs and a large pond heated by natural hot springs. In the summer we tent camp here but this winter stayed in a cabin fir $52. Very clean, quiet heater, and if course a chance to float and look at the stars while snowflakes swirled.
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Day 9, it was...crummy at first but ended up being a nice day. Our itinerary showed we only had a 5.5 hour drive to our campsite which also happened to be a hot spring. The drive was long, boring, and frustrating so I can't say that was all that enjoyable but the hot spring...that was really nice. It is located in Burns, Oregon and it is in the …
Let me just admit it right away--I slept most of the day away in the passenger seat of the Tricked Out F150. (TOF). In order for me to take vacation I had to cram a month of on call nights into 10 days--so pretty tired today. I planned an easy first day for us to drive from Rainier, WA to Crane, OR, mostly on Hwy 26. With all day to cover 300 miles …
Well, we took some time to get upgraded, help daughter Kim, see the rest of the family and generally get better organized.
For starters, I had a cell phone booster installed since we travel in remote areas and need internet and cell service that we don't get without it. Also, bought new high-end mattresses to replace those cheesy ones they put in here that felt you sleeping on a poker chip. There was a lot of rigamarole associated with ...
... haze from the fires in Oregon and Washington. And, as the outside temp heated up, the A/C in our dash quit. So, we decided to turn on the generator and run the “house” A/C. Great idea, but the generator kept quitting! When we were about 20 minutes to our destination, the generator decided to stay on.
We ended up in Burns, Oregon, at the Burns RV ...
... and that wine was strong! We were already getting flushed halfway through the glass. Evie had grilled chicken and quinoa salad, and I had shrimp etouffee (shrimp and spicy sauce over basmati rice). We both really liked what we ordered.
We had another 2-hour drive ahead of us, and while it was earlier than the previous night, it was still a struggle driving there. We’ve noticed that nighttime is especially harder for us. We checked in at ...