The hot springs were incredible, more than we could have dreamed. The pools were not right at the camping area, but a 1/4 mile hike away. We went up after dinner and spent an hour or two in the pools. The lowest one is like a perfect bath temperature, the middle one is shallow is nice and hot and the upper one is actully in a cave that is standing height, the water hot like a hot tubnot scalding, goes back 25 feet and the water is up to your chest. You can walk all the way into the cave and sit there on a wooden bench, the air like a sauna. There was surprisingly no supher smell in the air.
I didn't get any photos of the springs since it was dark, but there are some online, but having seen the photos before didn't prepare me for how wonderful it really could be.