The Mystic Hot Springs in Monroe, Utah

The Mystic Hot Springs in Monroe, Utah

Hey everyone!


Just thought I would share with you an awesome weekend getaway! This place is fantastic for everyone! (Yes, even your teenagers will like it). Here you can relax, explore the outdoors and overlook the town all in the one place!

Mystic Hot Springs is a great weekend getaway! It’s is located in Monroe, Utah. If you live close enough, you can drive here and back in the same day. HOWEVER, I have heard it’s better at night!


If you want to spend the night here, staying in Monroe is more expensive than staying in the city over, Richfield. Richfield is a bit bigger, so hotels seem to be cheaper. You may want to double-check and see what the best deals are at the time you’re going.


If you have a bigger family, or are going with a big group, you could look into getting an Airbnb. I’ve never personally tried it, but I have heard great things! If you try it out, let me know what you think in the comments below!!


Mystic Hot Springs

Mystic Hot Springs is a natural hot springs you can visit in Monroe, Utah! They have tubs and pools you can go relax in. At the top of the hill, you’ll find the hottest ‘tubs’. Yes, I do mean tubs. This hot springs has tubs that fill up with the hot water! The tubs are huge, Lynn and I could get in one tub and be comfortable.

At the bottom of the hill, you’ll have a larger pool that isn’t as hot, which is a great place for smaller children. It has cool red rocks you can sit on, and get some great pictures with!



For an all day pass, the hot springs cost $15 for an adult, and $7.50 for a child. You can also purchase a camping spot for $30, this includes the day pass at the hot springs. They have other options if you want to stay at the Mystic Hot Springs. They have cabins, buses and dorms you can rent. You can get current pricing on their website here.


When I went to the Mystic Hot Springs, I had to pay in cash. They were out cleaning the tubs, so they have you fill out your car info and put cash in an envelope and put it under the door of the office. We didn’t have cash, so we had to drive into town, get cash, drive back and pay. Bring cash just in case!


Other things to do near the Mystic Hot springs

  • Hiking (Near the Mystic Hot Springs they have a few popular hiking spots you can go to that are less than 5 miles away! )
  • Mountain Biking
  • Fishing
  • National Forests
  • National Parks

Utah is more of an outdoor state. We have lots of hiking and outdoor activities all over the state. If you’re coming to Utah, or want more ideas, you can check out my post “15 Fun and Unique Things To Do In Utah”.


Cleaning and Sanitation

The Mystic Hot Springs keeps their tubs and pools super clean, they clean them out once a week. They empty each tub/pool, clean it and refill it. It made me feel a lot better knowing that they keep up on cleaning so frequently!


What to Bring

  • Towel
  • Sandals/slip on shoes (makes it easier to switch tubs, pools, climb up the hill, etc.)
  • Sunscreen (don’t want to get sunburned!)
  • Sunglasses (if you’re going in the day time)
  • Cash (just in case you need to pay with cash to get in)

In conclusion, this is a great weekend getaway! If you’re in Utah be sure to stop by and check it out! Its becoming more popular since it has been featured in the Insider.

Let me know what you think in the comments!


Thanks for reading,

Bailie Butcher


** If you want more information, feel free to check out the Mystic Hot Springs website here **







  1. Utah is definitely an outdoor state! We have lots of things to do that involve being outside. The tubs are very unique, but also super relaxing! If you make it to Utah, you’ll have to check it out!

  2. I’m embarrassed to say that I have lived in Utah my whole life and didn’t even know this existed! Crazy what you can find right in your backyard. I’ll have to plan a trip!

  3. Wow, that’s really unique. I have never seen a nature hot spring with tubs. But it’s really interesting. And what’s amazing is that you have other activities to do there.

  4. Yes! Utah is definitely a outdoor state! We don’t have a lot of tourist attractions but we do have lots of outdoor activities!

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