For the generations of people who fell in love with Harbin Hot Springs, the 2015 Valley Fire’s destruction of the famed clothing-optional resort was heartbreaking. Now, the public can finally return to see what was lost, and what has been reborn.
“Harbin used to put on workshops about personal change and development,” said Eric Richardson, one of Harbin’s managing directors. “This is the biggest workshop we’ve ever done.”
All over the property workers were busy making last-minute preparations Friday for the retreat’s reopening. Guests will not be able to stay overnight for at least several more months, but they will be able to use the pools during the day, as well as limited food, massage and yoga activities.