They have a few different options for rooms. You can stay in there lodge, in their village rooms closer to one of the pools, they have teepees and you can also rent camping spaces. We ended up getting a lodge room and just sharing it. It was nothing fancy, but all we really needed.
They have two different pools, one up by the lodge which is a bit smaller and less crowded and on down by the village. The village pool includes two awesome watersides, which we obviously had to test out. If you're a guest at the resort you get in for free, and all you have to pay is for the waterside wristband which costs $4 for unlimited rides. We found out after riding the slides for a while that no one seemed to check for wristbands, but we followed the rules anyways. The pools are mineral pools and heated from hot springs water. The pool with the watersides was 92 degrees which was a little warm for my taste, but the other pool was only 86 which felt a bit more refreshing. Either way, you definitely weren't too cold.
The views from everywhere on the resort are pretty amazing, which is good because there's not much else there. It was nice to walk around and enjoy the scenery and enjoy the peacefulness of the outdoors.
What did you do for fun this weekend?