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Is there a restaurant located on property?

Yes, Tecopa Brewing Company is located on the property. They offer fantastic BBQ and craft beer.
Are there hot springs near here?

Yes, Delight's Hot Springs Resort located in Tecopa, California has a naturally occurring primary hot springs on the property.
Where is Delight's Hot Springs Resort located?

Delight's Hot Springs Resort is a California Hot Springs Resort located at 368 Tecopa Hot Springs Road, Tecopa, CA 92389. We are located near the southeast entrance to Death Valley National park.
What is the closest airport?

We are 1.5 hours from Las Vegas, Nevada. LAX is the closest airport. 
What are other Hot Springs near Delight's Hot Springs Resort?

We are a few hours from Desert Hot Springs by Palms Springs, California. We are 3 hours from Glen Ivy Hot Springs. We are 3 hours from Deep Creek hot Springs. We are 4 hours from Beverly Hot Springs Spa. We are 5 hours from Travertine Hot Springs. We are 6 hours from Saline Hot Springs. We are 9 hours from Wilbur Hot Springs.
Why are Hot Springs so Popular?

Over the years, Hot Springs became famous for their therapeutic benefits. The area attracted more visitors and developed into a well-known resort nicknamed "The American Spa" because it attracted not only the wealthy but also health seekers from around the world.
Where are Hot Springs found?

Hot springs truly are the world's original spa – interestingly, the term ‘spa' originates from the town of Spa, Belgium, made famous for its hot springs. Typically, hot springs are found where there is volcanic activity or magma chambers, or where there are fault lines in the Earth. This being the case, there are hot springs all over the world; USA, Australia, New Zealand, Iceland, Japan, and Canada.
Are there places to ride four-wheelers?

I would suggest calling the sheriff's department for an accurate answer. Before, you could ride on all the trails, but the rules have changed.
What are the therapeutic benefits of Hot Springs?

Due to the folklore and health benefits of hot springs, it is no wonder they are a popular tourist destination, and increasingly more so these days, as well as being used regularly as a form of therapy or rehabilitation.

Hot springs have a high mineral content because heated water can hold more dissolved solids. This means a given hot spring can contain everything from calcium, magnesium, silica, lithium, and even radium. Like a multivitamin for the skin! 

The heat in hot springs envelopes and helps soothe aching muscles, and the minerals in the water get soaked up by the skin and stimulate certain bodily processes. So how exactly do the combination of these minerals and this hot water help us?

Musculoskeletal problems: Documented in Chinese and Japanese history, hot springs have been used to aid with swollen joints, arthritis, muscle fatigue, ligament damage, and more.

Eczema: Chronically dry, flaky skin, otherwise known as eczema, is a skin condition that affects up to 15% of Americans and Canadians. Regularly soaking in hot springs has been found to reduce eczema, itching, redness, and cover.

Nasal Congestion: The heat of the water combined with sulfur makes for a winning combination to combat nasal congestion, whether due to the common cold, allergies, or even chest congestion.

Circulation: Specifically, sodium bicarbonate and calcium found in mineral hot springs help with good circulation in the body. This can have numerous positive impacts, including lower blood pressure. The weightlessness that comes with floating in the water also helps for good circulation.

Relaxation: Never to be underestimated, is the power of de-stressing and relaxation. A stressed state can lead to health complications, such as high blood pressure, depression, and an increase in the output of the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol is released in stress-induced doses and can mess with our hormonal balance, which unfortunately affects just about everything, including our mood, immune system, and metabolism. The key to a faster metabolism and shedding those pounds is having balanced hormones, not stressed, unbalanced hormones. So whatever your method of choice, whether you relax with hot springs, a good book, or both, make sure you invest in yourself through stress reduction and relaxation.

Conversely, let's look at it from the perspective of the different minerals present in hot springs and how they help our health:

Magnesium: aids with a clear complexion and healthy-looking skin.

Potassium: eliminates toxins and promotes healthy skin.

Sodium: decreases inflammation in swollen joints and can help the lymphatic system.

Sulfur: helps with respiratory problems and skin inflammations.

And depending on the hot spring, you are visiting. There are likely many more minerals present in the water. As a word of caution, hot springs can sometimes be too hot for those with very high blood pressure, certain heart conditions, and less robust immune systems, such as pregnant women, seniors, and kids. These people should take special precautions if they delight in one of nature's most sacred playgrounds.

Something we have been enjoying for thousands of years, hot springs have made it to the top of our activity, relaxation, and health list for a reason! I don't know about you, but I think it's time to go for a soak...
What kind of Beer is offered at the Brewery?

We offer many selections of IPA, Stout, Porter, Red Ale, Brown, & Dark Pale Ale.
Are Dogs Welcome?

Dogs are welcome, except for rooms 9,10,11,20,21. They must be kept on a leash and picked up after, and they are not allowed in pool or bathhouse areas.
Here are some fun facts about Death Valley National Park:

Death Valley is one of the driest places in the world and is known for its scorching temperatures. In 1913, the park recorded a temperature of 134oF, the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth.

Despite its name, Death Valley is home to many species of plants and animals that have adapted to the harsh desert environment. These species include the desert bighorn sheep, the golden eagle, and the Joshua tree.

Death Valley is a unique geological wonder with features such as sand dunes, salt flats, and canyons. One of the most famous geological features of the park is Zabriskie Point, a spectacular overlook that provides panoramic views of the valley and its surrounding mountains.

The park has a rich cultural history, with evidence of human habitation dating back over 10,000 years. The Timbisha Shoshone people have lived in the area for thousands of years and still have a strong presence in the park today.

One of the most popular tourist destinations in Death Valley is Badwater Basin, which is the lowest point in North America at 282 feet below sea level. Despite its name, the basin is home to a thriving ecosystem of salt-loving organisms and provides a stunning contrast to the surrounding mountains.

The park is also known for its night sky, which is one of the darkest in the world and offers stunning views of the stars and Milky Way. Death Valley was designated as an International Dark Sky Park in 2013, making it an excellent destination for stargazing and astronomical observation.
Here are some fun facts about Tecopa from chatGPT

Tecopa is a small unincorporated community located in the southeastern part of Inyo County, California, United States. Here are some fun facts about Tecopa:

1. The name "Tecopa" comes from the Paiute word "tecowib," which means "rocky."

2. Tecopa is located in the Mojave Desert and is known for its natural hot springs, which are believed to have healing properties.

3. The town's population is around 150 people, making it a very small community.

4. The Tecopa Hot Springs Resort was established in 1872 and is still in operation today. The resort offers hot spring baths, spa treatments, and camping facilities.

5. Tecopa is located near the Amargosa River, which flows underground for most of its length. The river emerges at several points, creating wetlands that provide a unique habitat for plants and animals.

6. The area around Tecopa is rich in minerals, including borax, gold, and silver. The historic town of Shoshone, located about 10 miles from Tecopa, was once a thriving mining town.

7. The Tecopa Desert is home to various wildlife, including bighorn sheep, desert tortoises, and a wide range of bird species.

8. The town is a popular destination for hikers, rock climbers, and outdoor enthusiasts. The nearby Mojave National Preserve offers opportunities for camping, hiking, and exploring the desert landscape.

9. The annual Tecopa Takeover music festival, which features live music, art installations, and workshops, attracts visitors from all over California and beyond.

10. Tecopa is located near the border of California and Nevada and is just a short drive from the popular tourist destination of Las Vegas.
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