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Meadow Hot Springs – Utah
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Overview
Location

Meadow, Utah

Sights

Hot Spring Pool

Pets

Nothing prohibiting them but please be decent people and clean up after your pets.

Fees

No

Water Info

Bring plenty as the hot water can dehydrate you

Best Season

Any

Hours

None

Sun Exposure

100% in the sun

Restrooms

No

Visitor Center

No

Camping

No

GPS Coordinates:

Meadow Hot Spring:38.86695N, 112.50423W

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The Trail:

Meadow Hot Spring is a great little place very close to I-15. We usually stop for a soak every time we pass by. I would guess the water is in the 100 degree range. It feels good summer or winter. The spring is on private land and they do allow access. Please do your part and respect the area. Every time we are there people have left beer cans and trash everywhere. There is a parking lot from which there is a very short walk to the spring. People have broken the gate and drive all the way to the pool to skip the 3 minute walk. This kind of stuff makes me really mad because it could lead to closures. Please respect this great area and clean up after yourself and obey the rules. There is parking for many vehicles. The whole area is watched over by the beautiful Pahvant Mountains.

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The spring itself is very pretty and very deep. My ears are too sensitive but some of our friends have dived to the bottom.

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This is a video of our good friend Jeff diving into the spring.

There is a rope through the center that allows you to hang out in the middle which is always fun. Be courteous of the others around and enjoy your soak!

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Personal Thoughts:

I love this spot. Its relaxing and is well worth the 15 minute break off I-15.

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Josh1990
I love adventure! I live in Cache Valley, Utah. Do you have questions on any of my Treks? Email me @ joshua.oyler@gmail.com

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Craig Caldwell
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While you’re in the area stop a Tabernacle Hill/Crater and see the lava tubes. You can find it on google. It’s not far from the hot springs and well worth the stop.

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