- Harbin Hot Springs in Middletown, California is accepting reservations online
- It will resume accepting visitors beginning this Saturday
- The popular hot springs resort was devastated by the 2015 Valley Fire
- Four died and 76,000 acres were destroyed in the Northern California blaze
A nudist resort near San Francisco is reopening its doors for the first time in three years after a wildfire left it in charred ruins.
Harbin Hot Springs in Middletown, California is now accepting visitors who pay $25 for day passes from Monday through Thursday and $35 on Friday.
The resort will resume operations on Saturday [19 January201], according to the SF Gate.
In September 2015, the Valley Fire which started in Lake County quickly spread and destroyed more than 76,000 acres in Northern California, killing four people and destroying almost 2,000 buildings.
It took firefighters about a month to fully contain the wildfire, which caused at least $921million in insured property damage.
At the time, the Valley Fire was the third most destructive fire in California history.
Harbin Hot Springs is just a 30 minutes drive from Napa Valley, part of which was affected by the fire. Continued…Read full original article…
Source: Daily Mail
Original publication 17 January 2019
Posted on NatCorn 21st January 2019