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Crystal Hot Springs, Honeyville
(3.3/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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  • Stopped here on my way back home. We camped at the campground that was real nice. We soaked that evening and the pools seemed pretty dirty. But than we soaked again in the ! morning and the pools were...  more »
  • I have been soaking in these waters at least once month during the last year. It is a perfect place for an outdoor activity any time a year; my kids love it the most in the winter. On my most recent t...  more »
  • Get there early, great place good for families. Very relaxing. And the minerals are really good for you. Plenty of choices from very hot hot tubs to slides, pool, and a large soaking spa with three wa...  more »
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  • The water has a weird green tone to it... but other than that the water is enjoyable. The different temperatures are there to accommodate everyone. They even had a small pizza trailer to get lunch! Ended up coming here instead of driving all the way to Lava Hot springs. Would definitely come here again.
  • Amazing and so much fun! So relaxing and I was even able to relax with my 4 year old. All the pools were nice and didn't feel to crowded. The slide was allot of fun too. Definitely a stop I will make every time I am down that way!
  • This is a great hot spring that I really enjoy going to. There is a lot of space to swim around/a lot of places to relax and the slides are super fun. The bad news is that none of the many pools are very deep, so don't plan on doing any diving or cannonballs. Also, Honeyville must be the dairy/cow capitol of Utah because every time I go (in addition to the unique smell that the hot spring already has) I get blasted with a few gusts of wind that smell like rear end of a cow.
  • Clean and efficient locker/restrooms. Large and accommodating pools, plenty to keep the kids busy. *even if they aren't with you, it's nice the kids have somewhere to splash and be kids while the adults soak.
  • Good place to relax. Moderately clean, depending on how many people are there. The water feels amazing