Located off the beaten path, in Monroe, Utah are the Mystic Hot Springs . More than just a warm , soothing soaking area, they offer an experience in art and nature with sweet views of the surrounding mountains during the day as well as dark sky Milky Way magic at night.
Saratoga Hot Springs (Inlet Park), Saratoga Springs Utah If you’re looking natural hot springs close to Salt Lake City, then Saratoga Hot Springs is for you! This is the closest hot spring to Salt Lake requiring only a 30-40 minute drive (depending on Utah traffic).
It takes about 3 hours from Zion .
about 90 minutes
|Family up to 6 (Swim Only)||$36.00|
|$6 per additional person.|
|Family of 6 (Swim & Slide)||$42.00|
|$7 per additional person.|
Swimming in the Great Salt Lake is a One -of-a-Kind Experience. We loved the unique experience of swimming in the biggest body of water west of the Mississippi. There are only 32 Salt Lakes in the world. The Great Salt Lake in Utah is the 4th biggest.
The Fifth Water Hot Springs area located on the Spanish Fork Ranger District has been closed for public health and safety and the closure has been extended until further notice.
The spring falls from the towering walls near the end of the canyon. While it doesn’t have a soaking pool, hikers can still shower under the warm fall. Although the actual canyon is outside of the park , the approach starts inside Zion National Park .
Kirkham Hot Springs
Take the I-70 ramp. Take Exit 37 towards Richfield UT. Take UT 118 S to E 100 N in Monroe, about 14 miles. Turn Left onto E 100 North and Mystic Hot Springs will be at the end of the road.
Getting There Take exit 278 (American Fork) off of I-15 and head west on UT-145/Pioneer Crossing. Follow this for 3.5 miles and turn left onto Saratoga Road. Follow Saratoga Road for 2.6 miles to Inlet Park on the south side of the road. Ruby and Diane on the way to the hot springs .