Utah hot springs boast warm water and beautiful views.
Make Utah hot springs a part of your summer bucket list! There are several in our state, and they all have different, unique qualities. Some offer hikes, some offer high mineral content – but whichever you choose, you’re sure to take in the beautiful scenery of our state.
1. Mystic Hot Springs
This manmade hot spring in Monroe is located among beautiful red rock scenery. If you give this spot a visit, you can also plan a hike or bike trip while you’re there.
2. Homestead Crater
Located in Midway, Homestead Crater is definitely a fun visit. You can snorkel and scuba dive in the crater, or just swim. Find pricing on their website.
3. Crystal Hot Springs
This Honeyville spot has both cold and hot springs, making it a perfect visit for the summer months. It also boasts the highest mineral concentration of hot springs in the U.S.
4. Saratoga Hot Springs
Located, as the name suggests, in Saratoga Springs, enjoy the mountain view and pay Utah Lake a visit while you’re in the area.
5. Baker Hot Springs
Visit this hot spot for free! Found in Delta, this hot spring features three tubs amid the desert landscape. You can also filter in cold spring water to cool off.
6. Meadow Hot Springs
This hot spring is found in a small farm town near Fillmore called Meadow. It is privately owned (they have graciously opened it up to the public), and has two crystal clear pools, one a slightly lower temperature than the other.
7. Fifth Water Hot Springs
If you’re up for a little hike, give this hot spring a visit. You’ll find it in Diamond Fork Canyon, and after the 2.5 mile hike, enjoy warm water and breathtaking views.
8. Red Hill Hot Springs
Also located in Monroe, this hot spring might be the most underrated in Utah. It is a short drive from Mystic Hot Springs, and may be the least crowed of the two.