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Does anyone know the status of Paraiso Hot Springs? I heard it was closed, and there were issues with the county planning department when the owners demolished some of the historic cottages.
I never stayed there, but saw it once in my travels. It looked like a quiet, out-of-the-way place to relax I was raised in Soledad. It was dated, and somewhat smelly, but a ton of family satisfaction. It always needed a facelift, at my time, but it was quaint. Never happened Yes, it changed hands, and some really cheap cabins were put up the rumor is that it was for hookers, but I don not know this for a fact. I remember walking up to the "hermit" cabin. It was my undersatnding that this cabin was inhabited by three WWI veterans, who were wounded by the war either physically or psychologically.
I remember taking some artifiacts from there It is not haunted, or scary, except to the extent that people want to make it so. These were wounded men. Yes, there are some indigenous peoples' acorn drill holes in a some rock mounds, close by.
I have seen them. I am not aware of any cave, but that does not mean that it does not exist. The problem with Paraiso, after its heyday, is that it needs a real injection of big money. Paraiso can be a very good thing for the Soledad area, and it can, and should, be done sensitively, but it will continue to decay and disappoint , until this happens.
What a relief. I didn't get back to this thread within 6 months, but it didn't get closed, so we can keep the conversation going. I really miss Paraiso! We'd go there in October, gorgeous weather, the best water, nature, peace, tranquil, a real oasis. Has anyone heard anything?? I passed through Soledad today while driving home on and decided to go see if anything had changed, for better or worse.