We arrived at night and checked in at their parking lot booth, open 24 / 7. There we were given a packet of info, a map and introduction before making our way to our accommodation. We stayed in a Grove Cottage. It wasn’t cheap at $230, but it allowed us a 24 hour visit. They’ve many different lodging options, from bungalows to dormitories to tent cabins and merely regular tenting. I used ton’t get to see them in person, but their dome rooms seem super cool. I had considered a tent cottage, which was the only other thing available, but I’m glad we did not choose that choice. There is no heat besides a heated mattress, and you will need to bring your own bedding. It got cold at night so room heat was great. Our bungalow was cozy with a comfy bed, large bathroom and shower. We also had our own deck looking out onto the forest.

The Dome Rooms
After settling in we went to get dinner. It was a bit of hike from our cottage to the primary place, but I did not mind it as it was a silent walk through nature under a very starry heavens. Their restaurant is like a semi self-serve, http://wnude.com/topic/wet-and-nude-topic-about-dancing-nude-street.php . The menu was vegetarian-friendly, but not as vegan-friendly as I would’ve believed it’d be. The food was great, but came at NYC prices. As far as other choices, there is also a little cafe and a small grocery / health food store. http://ournudism.com/livesource/ournudism-episodes-miami-beach-black-girls.php sells bites, cold lunches and coffee / drinks. The grocery store has a self-serve food bar with salad, soup, and a few hot entrees. They carry crucial items like toiletries, some produce, cold foods, snacks, pantry basics, etc. And lastly there’s a kitchen for cooking your own meals. All the food was good, but cooking would be your most cost-effective alternative.
Quiet Warm Pool at Harbin Hot Springs
After dinner we headed for the pools. We undressed in the changing room and kept our material in one of the cubbyholes, getting only our towels. The pools are basically all together in one area. There are 2 warm pools, a hot pool, a small chilly plunge pool and a big cold pool. One of the warm pools is called a quiet meditation pool, so no dialog. We started with that one. It’s a deep pool, and most individuals stand or squat a little, leaning against sides. There were maybe 15 other folks in it. This is when http://x-nudism.com/community/nudist/alyssa-milano-pussyonbeach.php got difficult.
Despite the signal above saying sexual activity was forbidden, there was definitely some sexual stuff occurring. Some couples were hugging, their legs and arms entwined. It was difficult to see in the dark, but it was quite clear that some were fooling around. I can not recall the last time I felt so uneasy in a nude pool. I had seen mention of events and weirdos on TripAdvisor, but I was not prepared for this. A reviewer had said the management was quite great at taking care of incorrect conduct. Apparently they are not great at preventing such behaviour. We got out soon after to check out the other facilities.
Jordan got into the hot pool, which ranges from 110-115 degrees. I attempted to get in several times during our stay, but it was too intense for me! I soaked in one other warm pool and also attempted the dry sauna and steam room. Both were nice enough.

Only at that point we were ready to hit the hay so we made our way back up to the cottage.
Harbin Hot Springs View From Our Cottage
Upon stepping out onto our deck each morning, we were happy to see a bit family of deer walking up along the road, and the sun coming up over the trees was a lovely view.
We had breakfast at the restaurant and this time we could appreciate the deck outside, that was wonderful. Later I went for a yoga course in the round temple. I adored that it is round and that the flooring is warmed! The class was fun.