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Don’t Miss This Unique, Utah Hot Spring- Mystic Hot Springs

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The coolest vintage bathtubs built into the side of beautiful red rocks that just so happens to be in a cute hippie town? Count us in! These red rock hot springs are called Mystic Hot Springs and make for the perfect day trip or weekend getaway. This is a spot that you will want to place on your Utah Bucket List!

Mystic Hot Springs is located in Monroe, Utah, about a 2.5 hour drive from Salt Lake City, Utah. This quaint town is worth the drive because for only $15 you can enjoy a once in a lifetime experience of soaking in old outdoor tubs with your babe or friends. The price is only $7.50 for kids.

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How many soaking tubs are at Mystic Hot Springs?

It has two concrete pools and six vintage cast iron bathtubs. Most of them sit around 99-110 degrees Fahrenheit. We thought the pool was slightly cooler than the bathtubs, but you can be the judge of that.

Is Mystic Hot Springs Clean?

Yes! We love that the staff regularly drain and clean out the tubs and pools. They usually clean out the bathtubs a few times a day while the pool gets a bi-weekly clean.

Does Mystic Hot Springs have facilities that I can use?

Yes! In the check-in office they have restrooms you can use to get changed. Additionally, in their main office they have an assortment of cool products to check-out before leaving.

What should I bring?

  • Towel
  • Bathing Suit
  • Water Bottle
  • Flip Flops
  • Bag to put your wet clothes
  • Hair Tie (when we visited Fifth Water Hot Springs in Utah I made the mistake of leaving my hair down. Never again.)

Can I stay overnight at Mystic Hot Springs?

This site also offers camping, cabins, or the best option…renting their retro buses for the night! We were just passing through the area when we visited, but we are already making plans to come back and book a stay in a cabin!

Please remember to follow the rules while you’re there and keep the place clean so everyone can continue to enjoy this wonderful spot!

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