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There's nothing quite like taking a dip in a natural hot spring. Here's a list of every publicly accessible hot spring in Utah that we are aware of. If you know of others, please leave a comment below.
All of the Utah hot springs listed here can be visited anytime, except for those which are privately owned. To visit Crystal Hot Springs, Homestead Crater Mineral Dome, Mystic Hot Springs, or Veyo Pool you'll want to call ahead or visit their websites for details before you head out.
There are a handful of hot springs in Northern Utah. Some require a good hike to access, while others require you to open your wallet. In any case, all of them are great in their own way, and worthy of a visit.
Crystal Hot Springs
About the Springs
Waterfall cave pool, multiple hot tub areas, cold spring, Olympic size pool, water slides, and camping! Perfect place for all ages.
Fifth Water Hot Springs
Also known as Diamond Fork Hot Springs, a hike through the woods leads visitors to a picturesque hot spring & waterfall in a forested area of Cottonwood Canyon.
Saratoga Hot Springs
Saratoga Hot Springs (also known as Inlet Hot Springs) is located along Utah Lake in the marsh.
Homestead Crater Mineral Dome
The Homestead Crater (aka Midway Crater) is located on the grounds of the Homestead Resort in Midway, UT. The pool is underground, and accessed by going through a door in the side of the crater.
Central Utah's hot springs are all amazing. A few of these are free to the public, but only by the grace of the landowners. If you visit any of these springs, please be respectful and keep them nice for everyone so they remain accessible to all.
Meadow Hot Springs
Meadow Hot Spring is a 100-degree blue water spring in the middle of Utah. It's deep enough to scuba dive and has some shallow spots for kids to play.
Red Hill Hot Springs
Red Hill Hot Springs is a family-friendly hot spring right at the bottom of a (you guessed it) red hill in Monroe, Utah. The spring is free to the public and open year-round.
Mystic Hot Springs
Mystic Hot Springs is not too far from Red Hills Hot Springs (free.) in Sevier County.
Mystic Hot Springs has multiple pools and epic freestanding tubs (literally.)
Sadly, all of Southern Utah's hot springs that we know of are all either closed or privately owned. We're reaching a bit with this list since they aren't traditional hot springs, but these kinda-warm pools are still fun to visit :)
There's not much out in Western Utah, but at least there are a couple warm springs :)
Blue Lake is located in the Utah West Desert, south of Bonneville Salt Flats. The property is part of the Utah Test and Training Range (U.S.
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