I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend- a day longer for some. Wahoo, right!? Can’t complain about an extra day off. Jerod & I decided to take advantage of the long weekend by exploring some slot canyons in Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument, checking out some rock art as well as a natural bridge in Capital Reef National Park, and soaking it up in some natural hot springs in Monroe, Utah.
I'm really digging these hot springs! I visited Fifth Water Hot Springs during the fall which was amazing as well. If you missed that blog, you can read it here. These hot springs were quite different than the Fifth Water Hot Springs. Mystic Hot Springs are located on private property in Monroe, Utah. The water source comes out at 168 degrees! But no worries. The water is about 98-110 degrees when it hits the tubs/pools. The owner is able to adjust the temperatures if necessary. Mystic Hot Springs has two pools & 7 bathtubs but only 6 were working when were there.
Things to know before you go!
Prices are $15 for adults and children under 10 are $7.50
You can purchase tickets in advance or if you spontaneously take a trip there, you must first check in at the office
Towels for rent if you forget yours- $2 a towel
Yes, they have bathrooms for changing
A large shop of trinkets, accessories and clothing for purchase
Don’t expect a stunning well kept resort
They do have cabin rentals, a RV park and camping available
I know I did a horrible job with details on this post. But If you have any questions about the location or my experience fill free to email me your questions! Thanks! Hope everyone has a great rest of the week!