Meadow Hot Spring
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Jan B
Boise, ID397 contributions
Jul 2023 • Couples
There are 3 hot springs, the roads between are rather bumpy. I would recommend either parking at the first one and walking or come in a four wheel drive. There are no changing areas so come ready to get in.
Written July 4, 2023
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Dianna N
Pleasant Grove, UT312 contributions
Jun 2022 • Family
The pool with the dock had a young couple in it making out and so we chose to go to the slightly smaller pool. We drove most of the way and then walked the rest of the way.
The Water was very warm. My granddaughters had fun snorkeling and swimming around.
We were there in the middle of the day and so it was not crowded.
Very good experience. I would go back!
Written June 9, 2022
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ReasonableCharlie
Wickenburg, AZ120 contributions
Oct 2020
A nice place but sadly now numerous sketchy homeless people living there in tents and one in a broken down pop up camper. The springs themselves did not look bad. The one odes have fish in it, some that are pretty good size and looked strange. Pirhana? Some trash, used condoms, etc.
Written October 13, 2020
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Megan M
1 contribution
Mar 2021
WARNING!

If we don't take care of what we have, it won't be around for much longer.

Found about 30 glowsticks at the bottom of the gorgeous Meadow Hot Springs this moring.
This is not okay.

Pick up after yourself or don't bring anything to the spring.
So sad to find trash INSIDE a hot spring.
I've been traveling to hotsprings all over the country and I've never found so much trash actually floating in a hot spring.
Written March 2, 2021
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Megan
1 contribution
Mar 2021 • Couples
Don’t listen to other reviews. Do not go. The two pools are just luke warm and the other that was the warmest was filled with so many people drinking beers and disturbing others. It was dirty and not inviting.
Written March 19, 2021
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MTBjimmy
1 contribution
Nov 2017 • Family
With the previous ownership the hot springs used to be a nice place to stop in to visit. There were boundaries and posted rules by the owner.
Now, the gate has been removed and people can drive to within 50ft. There were several tents pitched at the waters edge and about 30 people in the springs which is too many to be able to get in and enjoy it. There is trash everywhere and a general inconsiderate atmosphere.
We have been visiting here for years on our way back and forth from California and southern Utah to SLC. After our most recent visit we won't bother coming back to this previous gem.
Written November 11, 2017
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Evan W
1 contribution
Feb 2016 • Couples
Getting there is a bit of a trick, go with someone who knows how to get
there. Been here several times over the years, each time I go it gets
more crowded, more trash, more loud annoying rap music or beer chuggin
rednecks blasting luke bryan. I'm not from UT so I don't mind the more
"colorful" language and drinking, but these are the same people that
trash the place and are sometimes pretty rude shining lights in your
eyes and peeing in the hot springs. I'd highly suggest avoiding the
weekends. I'm going to try going in the snow when it's too cold for most
of these folks.
Written September 12, 2016
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Zoe N
Canada49 contributions
Mar 2015 • Family
Meadow Hot Springs are a trio of pools near Meadow, Utah. Meadow is just off the I-15 between Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. Exit I-15 onto Highway 133 to Meadow. From the highway off-ramp, drive 1.4 miles through the town of Meadow. Turn right onto the unnamed gravel road. This road crosses over I-15. From Hwy 133 the hot springs are exactly 5 miles. The road ends at the parking area for the hot springs.
The first pool closest to the parking area is the warmest and clearest. There is a rope across the middle if you want to hang out. If you continue to drive past the parking area the the most Westerly pool, you can experience more of a tropical swimming pool temperature. It is big and deep. The westerly pool sports a nice dock you can jump from and is teaming with aquarium fish. Schools of speckled mollys, angelfish and cichlids of every type and colour are in there. I even saw a few large oscars. Bring your snorkelling gear to get the best view of the fish and keep your feet away from the bottom to avoid clouding the water. The third pool to the south is accessible by driving past the one with the dock or walking from the first hot pool. The third pool is also swimming pool temperature and quite shallow. It also contains a few little fish.
The owners have posted a sign at the entrance to remind you to pick up after yourself and wear a swimsuit. This area is very popular with local familes. Some local girls were capturing some mollies for their fish tanks while we were there. You can bring some fish food to entice the critters to reveal themselves.
Written March 28, 2015
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Lisa K
9 contributions
Sep 2020 • Friends
Warm water soaking and playing in a geologic wonder! It doesn’t get better than this! Leave a donation to the rancher who generously allows the public to enjoy the pools! Leave this area in the respected, clean, awesome condition you find it.
Written September 25, 2020
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RSEVER
Salt Lake City, UT11 contributions
Apr 2018 • Couples
Millard County, Utah is located in Central Utah a hub for the outdoor enthusiast - several activities are within a few hours to one day drive. Meadow Hot Springs is one such place, located a few miles off of I-15. Water is not chlorinated nor occupied by owners, it is free to the public and attracts all ages. There is three more hots springs in this area in nearby Counties; Baker Hot Springs (Remote) in Juab County. Mystic Hot Spring (commercial) in Sevier County and Diamond Fork Hot Springs (remote - short hike) in Utah County.
Written April 9, 2018
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