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.
Also known as Diamond Fork Hot Springs , Fifth Water is a classic Wasatch hike to a fantastic natural hot spring featuring deep soaking pools, majestic waterfalls, and fantastic mountain scenery. For most of the year the hike is an easy 4.6-miles round trip.
Shuttle Service from Diamond Fork Group Site #4 to Diamond Fork TH. If you are planning to hike here in summer months, park here to avoid the crowded parking areas. Note: Dogs are not allowed on the shuttle. However, you can still hike/drive to the TH on your own without a shuttle – it’s not required.
The Arizona Hot Spring trail system, including White Rock Canyon and Liberty Bell Arch are closed May 15-Sept. 30.
Diamond Fork Hot Springs – Fifth Water Hot Springs The Fifth Water Hot Springs area located on the Spanish Fork Ranger District has been closed for public health and safety and the closure will be in effect for 30 days. Scheduled date of opening April 17, 2020.
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.
How to Find: Penny Hot Springs is located 3.2 miles north of the main (south) entrance to Redstone on HWY 133. Look for mile marker 55 and the parking turnout. When to Go : The pools can get flooded during spring snowmelt run-off, summer and fall or winter are good times to experience the springs safely.
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).
Take Interstate 15 to the Orem 8oo North off ramp (Exit 272) and then turn east onto 800 North. Follow it for 3.7 miles to the mouth of Provo Canyon and as the road splits, take the left curve to go up the canyon. Stay on this road (US 189) for 7 miles. You will go through a short tunnel.