Carson Hot Springs Golf and Spa Resort

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This resort was originally the Hotel St. Martin, which was built in 1901. Original builder Isadore St. Martin was killed in 1910 on the grounds, and it’s said that his wife Margaret died of loneliness a short time later. Witnesses have both seen and heard Margaret’s ghost in the lobby and in the second-floor hallways.

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372 St Martins Springs Rd
Carson, WA 98610
United States

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45.72920154623131, -121.79740816354752
Skamania County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Carson, WA (1.1 mi.)
Stevenson, WA (4.8 mi.)
Cascade Locks, OR (6.1 mi.)
North Bonneville, WA (10.5 mi.)
Hood River, OR (13.4 mi.)
Odell, OR (14.2 mi.)
White Salmon, WA (15.0 mi.)
Bingen, WA (16.1 mi.)
Mount Hood, OR (17.2 mi.)
Parkdale, OR (17.4 mi.)

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