Hot Tub Information For Your Stay With Us

09/06/2009 at 5:51 pm 1 comment

Ahhh, the SPA! For enjoyment, safety, and insurance reasons, hot tub users must follow these measures:

  • Must be at least 18 years old..
  • Children cannot be in the hot tub area. Ditto for pets.
  • Schedule spa time with office staff. If no one is presently scheduled, you may have it as soon as you’re ready. Staff will unlock the lid and open it for you.
  • Hot tub’ers must shower to remove body oil, makeup, deodorant, and hair spray before hot tub-in’, and swim suits must be clean (and especially helpful if they’re well rinsed of excess laundry soaps!).
  • Drinking, eating, chewing gum, and smoking aren’t permitted in the hot tub area. Too muich risk of royal messes.
  • Elderly persons, pregnant women, and those with health conditions requiring medical care should consult a physician before entering a spa. If you’ve had alcohol and medications, drugs, we advise you to not use the spa. Bandages and open wounds are prohibited.
  • Management reserves the right to deny use of the spa.

    Chemical balance is vital and the filters are very sensitive. Misuse takes tub out of service for 2 days while it’s drained, cleaned, refilled, & heated. Please do your part to keep it in service for all to enjoy.

    Please note that the hot tubs are not always in operation. If the primary reason you are selecting High Plains Camping over any other option is for the hot tub, you really should contact us to ensure they will be operating during your visit.

    Typically at least one is in operation from mid-April through mid-October,with all 3 running from mid-June through July. It purely depends on the demand. When the demand drops to where its no longer justifiable to continue the daily maintenance, we shut it down.

    If all 3 are operating, you’ll find:

  • one to be kept around 96 degrees (for the hotest days of the year it feels great to dip into this temperature that’s below body temp).
  • one to be kept around 101 degrees, which is very relaxing.
  • one to be kept about 104 degrees, which is great for therapeutic needs.
  • If only one is operating, it’s kept at 102 degrees.

    Cool hot tub

    Cool hot tub


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