Mineral Hot Springs (1911, 7,740 feet), on the D&RG, was named for several hot springs known to the Utes long before the area was homesteaded in the 1880s. Of thirty-seven hot springs, the Chamberlain (c. 1912) was one of the first developed for tourists, but is now part of the Chamberlain Swine Farm. The town is in ruins, and the old Mineral Hot Springs Hotel, a one-story frame shack, houses hog farm workers.
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