There are currently 10 tubs that are open to the public. There is a campground adjacent to the Hot Springs, with enough room to bring your vehicle right up to your camping spot. There are also several outhouses and water that is drinkable after a short boil. Although trash has to be brought out by the campers themselves, the campground, outhouses and tubs are cleaned on a daily basis.
Tsek has a care-taker that lives on site and is available in case of questions and emergencies. There is a small store that contains a variety of goods that are useful when camping, as well as local products, arts and crafts.
The native care-takers also offer cultural workshops and guided tours throughout the weekend for a small fee. During these workshops visitors have the opportunity to make their own drum, dreamcatchers, weavings, carvings, moccassins etc. as well as listen to interesting stories in the meantime. The guided tours involve different spots of cultural interest, such as Ishkins and old village sites. Everybody is welcome to participate.