The sulphur springs and baths at the resort became known for their healing powers. The luxury hotel resort eventually included elaborate fountains and gardens, a covered pool, golf and tennis courts, stables, a casino, ballroom, outdoor dance pavilion, and railroad depot. The hotel also had a bottling plant, which bottled and shipped water from the springs to customers around the nation, and a private hunting and fishing lodge.
The Hotel burned down in 1954 and The hotel burned down in 1954 and the area was largely abandoned. Ruins of the hotel, including the pool into which spring water still flows, are still visible at the site. There are a few picnic tables and some nature trails for visitors to enjoy while exploring the area."
Source: Atlas Obscura - Hampton Springs
Personal Note: Traveling the the backroads to Mississippi, we always keep our eyes open for different sites to visit and explore. A small sign on the road caught our eye and we soon located the entrance. As we walked the site we saw one RV parked inside, possibly a caretakers, but no one around. Searching the web on our phones we soon felt a part of it history, saw the springs nearby and many foundations. It has a history very much like one of favorite attractions we have visited several times - White Springs ... Florida's First Tourist Attraction - click here