If you love hot springs, then you’re in for a real treat because there are tons of hot springs in Utah to travel to. This post will tell you everything you need to know about the 7 locations in the state.
1. Mystic Hot Springs
Nestled in central Utah is Mystic Hot Springs. The prices for a 6 hour pass are $15 per adult and $7.50 per child. Adam and I went in 2018 and had a really great time there. Read about it in more detail here.
Address: 475 E 100 N, Monroe, UT 84754
2. Crystal Hot Springs
From Salt Lake City, Crystal Hot Springs are an 1 hour 16 minute drive. They have been in business since 1901. What makes this location unique is that it contains the highest mineral content of any natural spring in the world (46,000 mg/L).
The temperature ranges from 120 to 134°F (51°C – 57°C). There are waterslides, which you and your kids will love. There’s no sulfur, which gives off a rotten egg smell that you smell in Yellowstone.
$18 per person and kids 2 and under are free. Slides are $2 extra per person. Get the best deal by going on Wednesday night where you’ll only pay $36 for a family of 6.
Address: 8215 UT-38, Honeyville, UT 84314
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3. The Homestead Crater
The Homestead Crater is located in Midway Utah. It’s the only warm scuba diving location in the continental U.S. The temperature stays within a constant range of 90 to 96 degrees Fahrenheit.
Guests can enjoy swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, and even paddle board yoga classes. See the prices and hours here.
Address: 700 North Homestead Drive, Midway, UT 84049
4. Inlet Park Hot Springs
These hot springs are on the north end of Utah Lake. It’s a mud bottomed pool that’s free to the public to use. The hours are 6 am to 10 pm everyday. Once you park, you’ll walk 100 yards on the trail to reach them. The temperature is usually below 100 degrees.
Address: 6800 North Saratoga Road, Saratoga Springs, UT 84045
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5. Baker Springs
You’ll find the Baker Hot Springs 16 miles north of Delta Utah. These are free to the public. There are three concrete pools that are 2-3 feet deep. The temperature of the hot springs is 107 degrees Fahrenheit.
You can control how much hot water and cold water flows into the tubs. Since you’ll be driving on dirt roads, it’s recommended that you visit using a 4 wheel drive vehicle.
6. Fifth Water Hot Springs
As of 3/25/21, they are currently closed because of the covid-19 pandemic.
To access these hot springs, you’ll hike 2.5 miles up a trail located in Diamond Fork Canyon. While sitting in the pools, you’ll be surrounded by beautiful red rock cliffs. Watch out for snakes and bears. Make sure you bring plenty of water. The temperature can get up to 108 degrees.
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7. Meadow Hot Springs
These hot springs are located on private property, but the owners are okay with the public using them for free. You can soak or scuba dive here. It’s a quick half mile hike to get to them. The water is clear and the temperature is around 100 degrees.