It's the little things we forget
Luggage and bags: Try not to bring a large gym bag if you are not spending the night. There are lockers in the dressing rooms, but they cannot accomodate large bags, and the lockers fill up quickly!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Some people like to wear flip flops outside to the Rock lake.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: It's not necessary to bring a towel as they rent them out, but I try to bring my own to use after the shower...
Photo Equipment: You can bring a camera into the lake, but use caution...I did.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: There is a picnic area out back and I've had several friends bring their own grill or hibachis. There is also a campground to use in the summer if you choose to not stay in the resort.
Miscellaneous: Always bring a quarter or 2 to pay for your locker. Of course you can always get change at the desk.
- Family Travel
- Spa and Resort
Pack a Big Fluffy Robe
Luggage and bags: Any luggage will do, since this is a spa, it will be handled for you.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Dress in layers for outdoor activities. Waterproof shoes are best in the snow with wool socks, and a good hat/scarf/mitten set. (see Pia's -- Shopping tip in Anchorage)
Photo Equipment: Extra batteries are a must, as cold temperatures will drain the life very quickly.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Bathing suits, and a good terry robe (available at the pool area) for travel to and from the springs. flip/flops or slides for your feet. Towels are provided
Miscellaneous: A blanket is nice if you do the snow cat trip to the rim, or for the Auroratorium.
- Adventure Travel
- Spa and Resort
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons