Since ancient times, people have visited the numerous hot springs found throughout the now state of Utah for the relaxation and healing benefits of these mineral-rich waters. These thermal springs are still enjoyed by countless locals and visitors alike in modern times and many of these hot springs can be found in gorgeous natural settings that help make any entrance fees or hikes to get to them worth it. Several hot spring area offer more than a relaxing soak, however, such as camping, paddle board yoga, waterslides, and more. Certain attractions may be temporarily closed or require advance reservations. Hours/availability may have changed.

1.Crystal Hot Springs

Crystal Hot Springs
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The Crystal Hot Springs in northern Utah are considered a “geologic mega-wonder” as the closest natural occurrence of both cold and hot springs in one location and as having the world’s highest mineral content. First visited by Native Americans, the springs officially opened in 1901 as the Madsen Hot Springs. After a site upgrade, these hot springs now feature a double waterslide, two large pools, and three mineral hot tubs open throughout the entire year. The springs and pools vary in temperature from 65 to 134 degrees and visitors can stay overnight at one of the campsites on property.

8215 UT-38, Honeyville, UT 84314, Phone: 435-339-0038

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2.Mystic Hot Springs

Mystic Hot Springs
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The Mystic Hot Springs in Monroe, Utah features a laid back atmosphere paired with views of the Milky Way, music, and art. Visitors can choose to relax in one of the private vintage tubs surrounded by rocks formed by minerals or take a dip in one of the two large hot spring pools. The water temperature of the soaking tubs varies from 99 degrees Fahrenheit to 100 degrees. In addition to taking a relaxing soak, guests at the Mystic Hot Springs can also get a mindful massage or a Hypnotherapy session that’s focused on aligning their heart, mind, and body.

475 E 100 N, Monroe, UT 84754, Phone: 435-527-3286

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3.Hot Springs in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs

Hot Springs in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs
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Located down a dirt road just off of Interstate 15, the Meadow Hot Springs are a privately owned and operated springs area situated within a farmer’s field near Fillmore, Utah. Travelers are welcome to visit these hot springs and the owner has added a walking trail on the property that leads to them, as well as a fence around the springs. The first hot spring pool is hotter and deeper than the others, boasting a temperature of around 100 degrees, while the shallower, cooler ones can be reached further down the path. There’s also an underwater cave for proficient scuba divers.

Fillmore, UT

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4.Fifth Water Hot Springs

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The Fifth Water Hot Springs are a great spot to pair a hike and a relaxing soak in blue-hued natural spring-fed pools. The approximately 4.5-mile journey isn’t too bad during the summer months, however, visitors will need to travel around ten miles round-trip when the road in the area is closed during the winter season. After a hike past three waterfalls, hikers will find the Fifth Water hot spring pools, which include pools of various sizes, seating options, and temperatures. The very top spring-fed pool surrounded by a waterfall and trees offers cooler waters and fewer crowds.

Diamond Fork Rd, Spanish Fork, UT, Phone: 801-798-3571

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5.Hot Springs in Utah: Saratoga Hot Springs

Hot Springs in Utah: Saratoga Hot Springs
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Located near the northwestern side of Utah Lake, the Saratoga Hot Springs are “perfectly heated” hot springs open year-round with easy parking. These hot springs are especially enjoyable during the winter months as the water temperature is just warm enough to both escape the cold and feel amazing. The Saratoga Hot Springs are open to the general public from 6:00am until 10:00pm. From the parking lot, visitors can take the first path and continue down it for around ten minutes. The hot spring-fed pool will be on the left, as well as some great sunset views.

Saratoga Springs, UT

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