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Utah Hot Springs

Baker Hot Springs

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From Delta go NE 11 miles on US 6 turn left 19 miles on Brush Wellman Road, turn right for 7 miles on a dirt road. The springs are on the right; water emerges from the ground and flows into three concrete tubs varying in temperature with the last one being the hottest. 90-110 Degrees Water Temperatures

Blue Lake Warm Springs

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Blue Lake is a large geothermal pond located about 16 miles south of Wendover, Utah. N"40.30.07 & W"114.01.56. From Wendover head south on HWY-93 located across from the Peppermill Casino for 14 miles to the Blue Lake Sign. Turn left and travel down a rough washed out road for 5 miles to the lake. You might need 4WD when the road is damaged from rainstorms. The lake is 60 feet deep, with a total of 9 acres. Blue lake is a popular spot for svuba diving. The water is warm year round and really clear with visibility of up to 40 feet. The bottom of the lake has 85 degree temperatures year-round, and surface temperatures vary from the high 60's in the winter to the high 70's in the summer. The lake has warm-water fish with mostly bass, tilapia, sunfish, and bluegill. Divers have placed objects on the bottom, such as sculptures of marine animals, boats, a chair and TV set.

Diamond Fork Hot Springs

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Take HWY-6 from I-15 in Spanish Fork, and drive 10.7 miles southeast to Diamond Fork turnoff. Drive 10 miles to Three Forks sign, and turn right into the parking lot. You will have to hike or bike 2 miles in on the Fifth Water Trail to reach the hot springs. It's a single track for an excelant hiking or biking trail. It's uphill there and downhill back. Go about three miles and you'll be at the natural hot springs that you can soak in. Several delightful rock pools in a beautiful canyon at the end of an easy hike, with a flowing creek and a 15 foot waterfall.

Homestead Crater
NW of the town old Midway on the ground of Homestead Resort. There is a large volcanic like cone called the Crater. You can soak and swim in it for a $11 admission or $9 for guest staying at the resort.

Horseshoe Springs

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From I-80 heading west take exit-77 and head south on Skull Valley Road for 6.2 miles to reach Horseshoe Springs on the west side of the road. Horseshoe Springs allows fishing and is a great place to go bird watching. The water temp is only about 80 degrees.

Meadow Hot Springs

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Located just 4 miles south of Fillmore, just west of a little town called Meadow. From I-15 take exit 158 and pass the Chevron station heading south. Continue another 1.5 miles until you pass the last building on the left. take the first graded dirt road on your right. This road will take you back over I-15 to the parking area. The spring is on private property, but the landowner has continues to make it accessible to the public. The property has been improved with fences and a nicely graded walking path that connects three different pools. From the parking area you will see two gravel trails, one heading south and the other heading west. The trail that heads directly south takes you to the crystal clear pool with a temperature of about 100 degrees. This pool is also very deep with limited seating. The trail heading west takes you to the two other pool, these two are not as warm.

Mystic Hot Springs

Head south on I-15 and take the Nephi exit-222. Head south all the way to I-70 and go west. Take exit 40 into Richfield and head through the town all the way to Monroe. There's a natural springs to the east of the city located on the side of the mountain. Just head up the road north of the cemetery. The man made Mystic spring is 2 blocks south from Texaco and east of main street. This Spring is one of the greatest in UT if not the best. There's a $5 fee per person, but is well worth it considering its open for 24 hours. Its $10 if you want to camp including the springs. There are several bath tubs along the springs that you're able to soak in also. They have bands that perform every weekend from all over the place.

Ogden Hot Springs

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Take exit 344, 12th Street from I-15 into Odgen. Follow Highway 39 to the mouth of Ogden Canyon. Park on the south side of the road just as you cross the bridge and there will be a huge waterfall across the street. Hike down the trail two hundred feet to the hot springs. There are 7 pools total.

Saratoga/Inlet/Lehi Hot Springs

This spring is located in Inlet Park, a state park on the north shore of the lake. From Redwood Road turn east on 6800-North and turn left at the end of the road. Park anywhere along this road or at the parking lots on the right. You follow the gravel trail to the right through the woods towards the lake. It's to the right of the river through the trees maybe a quarter mile in. This is an interesting place that is hidden in central Utah in the wetland areas of Utah Lake. There are basically three soaking locations connected together by the natural flow of the springs. The springs are located in heavy clay soil, which often makes the ground near the springs muddy. I was just here recently-August 2007 and the place is a disaster. They don't look anything like my pictures posted. It shows what happens to beautiful places when people don't take care of them.