A Hidden Paradise in Utah: Mystic Hot Springs

February 12, 2017

On Friday Andrew and I drove to Monroe, Utah, about two and a half hours from Salt Lake City, and checked into Mystic Hot Springs. Sometimes I need to getaway from the city so I set out for an adventure. I love being in nature and finding my own little pieces of paradise. Mystic Hot Spring’s website says it is “funky not fancy” and that is exactly what it is! Total hippie vibes!


Making memories. Smile! πŸ™‚

I was hoping these silly animals would spit on him! Im a mean girlfriend I know…

At Mystic Hot Springs you can rent a cabin or a bus. We rented out one of these busses. They are all named after Grateful Dead songs. We stayed in Althea and it was so cozy inside! It stormed for some of the day so we stayed inside. I brought a good book and took a nap. It was exactly what I needed. Yes, there was a space heater so we didn’t freeze! Glamping is totally my style.

Inside of our bus for the night. We felt right at home!

Winter is Mystic Hot Spring’s slow season so we had the whole place to ourselves! So romantic!

We could pick between several funky soaking tubs. They all had their own little charm. It felt so nice warming up in a hot spring while it was raining!

Trying out 10 second timer! Awkward πŸ˜‰

Getting my mystic glow on

If you don’t mind a little mud I would totally recommend this place. Five stars in my book. It is extremely charming and the perfect for a getaway for two. We can’t wait to go back and make more memories.

Thank you Mystic Hot Springs!!

Peace and Love! Catherine

If you want to you can book your escape on their websiteΒ here


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