Also known as “Old Indian Hot Springs,” Stinky Hot Springs is a free hot mineral soaking area in the town of Corrine, UT. It comprises three cement baths with natural geothermal water and no amenities.
There was supposedly a bathhouse built near the spring’s original location in the 19th century, and its upkeep was left to the county in the will of the property’s initial owner. Before the year 2000, this was an indoor facility, but due to trapping in so much sulfur gas, it was torn down to prevent making people sick or injured.
Natural Hot Springs Pools
Before the earthquake in 2020, the water was a mild 104°F, but since then, it has been estimated to be between 109 and 113°F. The land around Stinky Hot Springs is privately owned, but the owner allows the public to access it.
Sulfur levels are pretty high at Stinky, and the cleanliness of the facility is questionable, but people still come to use it. Even though these springs aren’t too far off the grid for most visitors, the area is not usually crowded.
The green tint of the water is distinctive. In certain spots, algae growth and pieces of debris give the water an unsightly appearance at first. Camping is prohibited; the tubs are for day use only, and clothing is optional. Pets are welcome around the hot spring, but no dogs are allowed in the water.
Address: 8801-9381 UT-83, Corinne, Utah 84307