Utah July 21, 2019
Soak Your Cares Away, Then Stay Overnight In A School Bus At This Utah Hot Springs
Sometimes you just need a getaway to relax and recharge. There’s a hot springs in Monroe that has the most amazing soaking tubs, and you can even spend the night in a converted school bus! Check out Mystic Hot Springs.
Looking for a remote place to chill and relax? Welcome to Mystic Hot Springs! This unique place has a hippie vibe straight from the 1960s, and you're going to love the positive atmosphere that surrounds you here.
Address: 475 East 100 North, Monroe, UT, 84754
This pretty property in Monroe is home to a hot spring that feeds into two pools and six vintage bathtubs for a soaking experience unlike any other.
The water from the hot spring is continually running, filling the pools and tubs. The temperature stays between 99 and 110 degrees Fahrenheit - perfect for soaking.
The shallow pool features a beautiful waterfall and is just two feet deep; the deeper pool is four feet deep and great for a float session.
Spend some time in one of the six cast-iron bathtubs for your own personal soaking session.
The pools and tubs are open 24 hours a day, so you can relax and reconnect with nature around the clock; just respect the quiet hours from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m.
The tubs are drained and cleaned several times every day. The water might look murky, but that's just due to the minerals in the spring.
The views of the valley during the day are incredible...
...and wait til you get a look at the starry sky above you at night!
You have several choices for overnight accommodations at Mystic Springs, including three pioneer cabins, a guesthouse with three rooms, a gypsy wagon, campsites, and six vintage school buses.
These buses look pretty old and rundown, but just wait til you see inside! Each one has been lovingly converted into a cozy space.
Every bus is different, and each has its own personality.
Buses sleep from two to five people, and include soaking passes. You'll pay $60 for the first guest, and $30 per additional guest per night.
Visit Mystic Hot Springs to reconnect with nature and take a break from the stresses of your daily life.
Mystic Hot Springs has a 1960s vibe, but the resort doesn't allow any nudity, alcohol, smoking, or illegal substances in the pools or public areas.
Learn more about Mystic Hot Springs on its
website, and see more photos on its Facebook page.
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