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Monday, July 16, 2012

Belknap Hot Springs Resort: Upper Level



This is the last post of the Belknap Springs Resort and Gardens series, and concentrates on R.V. parking and what you can find on the upper level.  I am missing photos of the large garden area, which I now regret, but you can get an idea on the map below how things are laid out.  You can also click on the resort's own website to see more photos, by "CLICKING HERE".



The picture above shows you where the R.V. parking starts, on the lower level next to the lodge.  The rest of the photos were taken of the upper level.






The upper pool is for overnight guests only, even though they can also use the lower pool.  This pool is much smaller, but offers privacy and less people swimming in it.






This road leads to lots of R.V. parking and to The Celebration Lawn and gardens with fountains.






Here are some R.V. spots overlooking the beautiful McKenzie River:





Six of the seven available cabins are on the upper level.  Cabin number seven is located in the gardens across the river, as are tent camping sites.  Here are the other six cabins:













Hope that you enjoyed the tour!  Please check out the other three posts that I made of our day visit in July 2012.

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Source:  Belknap Springs.com



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3 comments:

Helen said...

Hi there ... glad I found you leaving a comment on Little Nell's Magpie post! I'm a Central Oregon Grandmother too! And now one of your followers.

Arkansas Patti said...

What a delightful place to camp. I would love one of those cabins and that river looks like it might be fun to tube.

Connie said...

Hi Kathy, my what a lovely place to go for a get-a-way week of peace and quite. Thanks for the great guided tour. I'm sure that the folks that run this camp site appreciate your generous promotion.


I am delighted that I inspired you to take a little road trip to Pendleton. It's wonderful that you have relatives there, that means lots of catching-up and home-cooked family dinners. Thank so much for stopping by, I truly enjoy seeing your bright smile pop up on my screen. Have a great week, Connie :)

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