Rediscover the beauty of outdoors Utah while soaking in this beautiful hot spring. Mystic Hot Springs features the “edge of the wilderness” where guests can have introspection on our modern day of living.
This highly-rated location brings you to an “unbelievable” and “spectacular” hot spring. This historic site is known to be a camping location for the Ute Indians back in the day. Over the years, it has been passed to new owners and has been utilized as a public hot springs attraction. In 1995, the property was purchased by Director Mike Ginsburg and his wife Victoria who transformed the place into what it is today.
Natural Hot Springs Pools
The minerals of the hot spring were slowly built over time, and the rock formation that beautifies the cascading flow of water is out of this world. The beautiful hot springs vary in temperature from 99-110 degrees Fahrenheit.
They have two large pools. The first pool is low and more casual. The second one is deeper, with the water height reaching the shoulders.
There are five singular bathtubs, cradled by the man-made formations. Though some are artificial, the views are always sensational. The tubs are spread out all over the property, and it can fit one person. Two tubs are located on a hill overlooking the mountains and the fish ponds below.
Mystic Hot Springs has six massive fish ponds that have a diverse environment. Because of close proximity to the springs, the fish’s ecosystem is robust. Guests are welcome to feed the fishes at 4 pm.
Cabins, Rooms, Buses and Camping
Mike and Victoria are extremely hands-on when it comes to welcoming the guests. Wherever you are staying around the site, you can make sure that you will be accommodated with care.
The 175-acre resort boasts a variety of accommodation options. From vintage cabins for rent that date back to the 1800s to rooms, buses, and campsites, you can choose the perfect spot according to your preferences and budget.
Cabins – Stay in the Grow Cabin, a classic pioneer-style log cabin. It sleeps up to 4 people but does not allow pets. It’s the only “modern” cabin that Mystic Hot Springs offers.
Buses – They feature 8 different colorfully, converted vintage school buses. Each comes with electricity and furnishings. They range in sizes, and one of them is even dubbed the “Gypsy Wagon”.
Camping – Both tent campsites and RVs are available. The latter can accommodate up to 40-footers, with electric, water, and sewer hookups available from April to October.
Down the road is another local soaking spot called Red Hill Hot Springs. It lies about a mile or so away and can offer a bit more seclusion.
Address: 475 E 100 N, Monroe, Utah 84754