Circle Hot Springs, Alaska

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Circle Hot Springs, Alaska is a holiday resort in Alaska. It is 137 miles northeast of Fairbanks. The hotel was built in 1930.[1] The Athabasca people were the first to use the hot springs. In 1893, William Greats discovered the springs. In 1905 the land around the springs was sold for farming and a resort was opened in 1909. The main feature of Circle Hot Springs is a very large hot pool.[1] There is a story that the hotel is haunted by a ghost.[2]

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