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Nat-Soo-Pah offers a large swimming pool fed by a 99 degree spring, a spa and hot soak pool, a 90 ft. long water slide, basketball, 2 diving boards, a game room and a snack bar.

Today Nat-Soo-Pah is cozy resort, family owned and oriented. Nat-Soo-Pah has a large swimming pool (125’ X 50’) that is naturally heated by thermal water bubbling up from the high-desert terrain. The water is 99ºF and has a high mineral content. Swimming in it is both enjoyable and beneficial for your health. Kids and teens enjoy the big slide and two diving boards on different sides of the pool. Hot Tub and Hot Soak Pool are conveniently located in the pool area for the adults and tired swimmers, so they can sit in the warm water and just relax. Hot Soak Pool is HOT; it maintains the temperature of 104ºF to 106ºF. RV campsites are also available.

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