Near Delta, Utah
Natural Hot Springs and Pools
No pets in the pools
Bring your own drinking water
If during the day there will be 0 shade.
Dirt road easily driven in any car.
Swimsuit. Although it is custom to go suitless at hot springs, it is technically illegal in Utah.
Baker Hot Springs:39.61051 N, 112.73069 W
Baker Hot Springs is a cool and free little place near Delta, Utah. It is within view of the Intermountain Power Plant. These are three little natural hot pools. They have been built in a way where you can choose how hot or cold you want the water. There is a cold and hot stream running into each pool so you restrict the flows to change the water temperatures. This is a place that is well worth a look if you are in the area. I can’t imagine it ever gets real packed with people. I found it relaxing.
We visited at night and it was nice and cool outside making for a very relaxing soak. Please excuse our friend looking like a mass murderer in this photo. You can see the power plant in the back ground of this photo.
We went at night and were able to see some pretty good stars.
Return back to the main road whichever way you came.
This is a really cool place to see and well worth the short detour if you are in the area and you enjoy natural hot springs. These were pretty clean and didn’t have any weird smells like others I have been to.