You Can Soak Away Your Stress At This Clear Water Hot Spring In Utah
Relax the day away.
When life gives you lemons, don't make lemonade. Instead, you should treat yourself and relax in a beautiful clear water hot spring in Utah. It's the perfect way to destress and unwind.
The Meadow Hot Springs is a natural oasis nestled off the beaten path. You can find it south of Filmore, down a 5-mile dirt road.
The springs are free to visit and are located on private property. But, it's open to the public as long as you follow the rules listed on the signs.
We find that the best time to soak here is during the fall and winter. The chilly weather balances out the 100 F spring.
With winter on the horizon, you can make a weekend trip here and relax the day away. It's open year-round and you can even bring your pet along with you.
To get to the hot springs, you'll need to walk about half a mile. Make sure you bring your own towel and some spare clothes with you.
You can find detailed directions on how to reach the springs here.
The hot spring is so clear and deep, you might even want to explore what's down under. You can take your BFF's here for the perfect girl's trip away from the city.
Or if you're really looking for an adventure, bring along your mini-camper and camp the day away. Just be sure to follow the rules and to take out any trash or items you brought with you.
This clear spring is also a perfect place to bring your SO. Pop the question or have a romantic evening under the cloudy sky, the options are endless.
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Meadow Hot Spring
Address: Filmore, Utah
Why You Need To Go: This clear water spring is the perfect place to soak away your stress this winter. Plus, it's free to visit.
The Springs are open to the public, however, they are on private property. Follow the rules listed on the signs and pack out what you packed in.
We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.