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April 2000 Henk Binnendijk

Manley Hot Springs


The Roadhouse used to be 'Sam's Rooms and Meals'. It first opened in 1903, when the area was a service and supply point for miners in the Eureka and Tofty Mining Districts, and was known as 'Baker's Hot Springs', after nearby Baker Creek. The name was changed to Manley Hot Springs in 1957. Since then a new section with modern hotel rooms was added to the back of the Roadhouse. On the grounds near the bridge over the hot springs slough is a campground. The Roadhouse has a large bar and restaurant.

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Guest 20-Jul-2009 01:43
We visited Manley Hot Springs in the summer of 2008 to visit my sister that had moved there. We were very disapponted with the unfriendly atmosphere while there. We cut our visit short becase of lack of water and places to find food and rooms. We expected a more quaint town and friendlier people.