There are cabins to stay in if you wish.
A pagoda to climb in.
A lodge and two pools heated naturally by a hot spring.
Beautiful flowers line most of the paths.
Cross the bridge.
There are many trails and open grassy areas surrounded by trees and flowers. In one meadow you will find this little hand made log cabin. I understand this was built by the husband of the original owner.
Something secret if you follow this pathway.
Not visible from the trail is The Secret Garden. This is where one of my daughters had her engagement photos taken and they turned out beautifully.
This is Belknap Springs and is around an hour away from where I live up the McKenzie River Highway. I love to visit but I have not been back for several years. In fact the last time I was there was in 2003 with my daughter and her fiance looking at possible wedding sites. I stayed here with two of my sisters on an annual sisters vacation one year and another year for a large family reunion with my husbands family. I have heard good things about the lodging and terrible things but I can only tell you of my experience.
First the grounds are beautiful and superbly tended. Now that said, the lodge and cabins are not quite so well tended. If you like rustic that is what the cabins are like. When we stayed it wasn't so bad but I have seen terrible reviews as of late regarding the cleanliness and the mice/bugs.
Since I don't need to stay here I still love to visit and wander around the grounds. There are RV sites, camping and you can lounge in the hot spring pools for a minimal fee if you like. To stay? I can't really say today but to experience the visual sites it is well worth spending a day with your camera.