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Mystic hot Springs, Monroe

(2.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
Mystic Hot Springs creates an authentic environment which raises self-awareness by direct experience with nature, art and antiquities.

Natural hot springs in Monroe, Utah. Soothing soaking, grassy tent campsites, pioneer cabins, funky buses, concert venue, tropical fish ponds, hiking, biking & more!
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  • The village and landscape are quite nice and very quiet. Good for a reposing week- end. The water is nice, heavy with minerals and the temperature is perfect. The place has a nice sixties' feeling. Ho...  more »
  • Who is looking for a quiet place with hot springs, and has never stayed in a hippie bus, which is absolutely right! The buses and the hot tubs are absolutely cool! A unique unfortunately is as well maintained as it could be not all... We stayed at the hippie buses: the beds were all freshly dressed, but otherwise the entire facility from the 70s is really...
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  • The mineral water flows direct from the source into 5, or more, old fashioned cast iron bath tubs set on top of a ridge. There is also a larger pool lower on the hill. We like the undeveloped artisan ...  more »
  • I read some of these reviews and was think this might not be for us....BUT it was and it was great. This area of UT is ATV, Outdoors persons dream! The hot springs where great and fit right in with that and us! The folks where very nice and we had a great soak after 2 days of ATV riding. We almost stayed in the campground but wanted to be up in the hills a little bit. They looked fine as well. BIG THANK YOU From TEXAS!!
  • Beautiful place and nice tubs. Enjoy stargazing or waking up. Nice cabins and other options to stay.
  • Tubs and pools are cozy and warm. $15 bucks a pop is a little on the pricy end though.
  • Great place to visit after dark. The springs are open all night long, and you can tip your head back and watch shooting stars streak across the Milky Way. But $15 is a lot to ask for a little dip in the springs. For what you get, I'm more in the $10 range.
  • This place is beautiful! Wonderful hot tubs and wodberful camp ground. Loved our experience here!