In the early years, a two-lane road brought guests to the quiet, peaceful countryside to enjoy the healing hot spring waters and clean air. As the business flourished, Murrieta Hot Springs’ facility changed to accommodate traveling demands, from foot traffic to horse-drawn vehicles, automobiles, and airplanes. By the 1960’s, guests occasionally arrived by small private planes on the landing strip of packed soil. A wind sock flew there to notify pilots of its location, which was adjacent to the golf driving range and parallel to Murrieta Hot Springs Road.
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