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Boise, Idaho
Reviewed 17 May 2016

Did a day trip. Pleasant surprise. Spotless and well maintained. Didn't check the cabins. They were full. One of those places that doesn't advertise because they don't need to. Pool was hot and clean. Plenty of picnic areas for a quiet lunch. Campgrounds were well maintained. Bring some river shoes. Pond is a lava rock base and bit rough on...

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1Thank Douglas B
Skagway
Reviewed 21 April 2016

First night of a road trip of different hot spring resorts. Unique must see pool for the hot water enthusiast. Pool is 60' across, reportedly 7-8 feet deep, hot tub pleasing 102 degrees, with numerous hot and cool spots. Nice fine gravel bottom - wear water shoes for comfort. We were there during spring break, and the lodging (cabins and...

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1Thank pdsexton
Grass Valley, California
Reviewed 24 March 2016

We have visited Crystal Crane Hot Springs several times over the years. Every time we visit we see more improvements to this very unique place. This year we were given a tour of the facilities and had no idea what goes into keeping everything working. We recognized some staff that have been there for years, this speaks well of the...

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Thank Dalton C
Moiese, Montana
Reviewed 23 March 2016

When I worked as a volunteer at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, another volunteer the three interns and I started a tradition - that lasted all summer of going to Crystal Crane Hot Springs after eating supper together. We loved soaking and floating as well as visiting the burrowing owls that lived there and enjoying the sunset. We called it Our...

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2Thank Marilyn K
Spokane, Washington, United States
Reviewed 19 January 2016

Stayed there in 2015 when it was crisp nights. The hot springs was just warm enough if one stayed by the water inlet. The room we stayed in had no bathroom, so it was a hundred feet or so across the gravel to use it in the night. Cheap, but not so convenient. Would have been 3 star except they...

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7Thank Dave O
Bend, Oregon
Reviewed 10 January 2016

After staying in Burns just because, we were told we couldn't miss out on Crystal Cranes and I'm pretty glad to have gone!! It was nice to soak in cold weather. It was too cold (for me) to go to the outdoor pond but it looked awesome. We got a private tank that was toooo hot until we started running...

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Thank EPundertheSea
Bend, Oregon
Reviewed 17 December 2015

Let me start by saying, I am willing to bet money that anyone who has given this place a bad review is a yuppie indoor type of folk. Our visit at Crystal Crane hot springs was an incredible little get away. Upon arriving the night of the 14th, we were greeted by the friendliest little camp host Mandy! She was...

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3Thank Victoria F
Boise, Idaho
Reviewed 18 November 2015

We discovered this place last year when we were looking for a place to stay near Malheur National wildlife Refuge. That time we stayed in Sage Inn, which was good, but you have to walk some hundred yards to everything (the pool, bathrooms, kitchen). But we enjoyed the hot pool and decided to come back this year, while visiting Malheur...

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Thank Dmitri T
Bend, Oregon
Reviewed 15 November 2015 via mobile

What a disappointment. The pond is cold. The lady that works there said a pump is not working. Too bad this great place is getting broken down. I didn't travel hundreds of miles for a soak in a lukewarm pond. Hopefully this will be fixed. Next time I'll make sure to inquire about the water temperature before committing to coming...

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1Thank pawww
Reviewed 30 September 2015 via mobile

If your a ln uptight city slicker this might not be for you. What they have on the website is what you get a d it's awesome. The hotspring is amazing and hot and the staff were wonderful. The only reason I am giving this a 3 star review is because the furniture in the upstairs apartment needs and update.

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Come for the water. Stay for the night. Crystal Crane Hot Springs in Burns, Oregon offers day-use soaking in our hot spring pond with a variety of rustic overnight accommodations and offerings. Star gaze while soaking in the public pond, or opt for a private, cedar-encompassed bath house. Enjoy day use of our facilities, or check out our overnight accommodations which include: 9 cabins, 9 RV spots, 15 tent spots, a 3 bedroom ranch house, 3 bedroom inn, and a Teepee with a private tub. There's something for every kind of traveler at Crystal Crane! ... more   less 

Additional Information about Crystal Crane Hot Springs

Address: 59315 Highway 78, Burns, OR 97720
Region: United States > Oregon > Burns
Number of rooms: 10
Also Known As:
Crystal Crane Hot Springs Hotel Burns
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“Access to showers, bathrooms, communal kitchen are the same regardless of what type of accommodation booked.”
 of 5 bubbles joancL1112BV, 22 Nov 2016 | Read review
“take your own food to cook, don't worry about pots, pans or serving utinsels they have everything covered for you in the camp kitchen.”
 of 5 bubbles U3964MAgloriab, 24 Oct 2016 | Read review
“Look at the FB page and the website , there are many lodging options. Rv's full hook up only are grassy sites Or all dry camps are all grass”
 of 5 bubbles , 19 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Sageinn rooms are the farthest from common areas.”
 of 5 bubbles pinkarcher, 11 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Camping is probably best. Little cabins along the pond probably better than the Sage Inn rooms”
 of 5 bubbles reeltravelers, 11 Jun 2016 | Read review
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