Mystic Hot Springs has campsites in grassy areas under big trees, unique hippie buses, authentic pioneer cabins, full RV hook-ups and pull throughs, hot showers, and clean bathrooms welcome travelers from near and far. We love to say “it’s funky, but functional," and makes for great camping near Salt Lake City. Our unique accommodations are not your typical hotel, but everyone is welcome. Hiking, biking, ATV, and horse trails lead into spectacular canyons near our campgrounds. Soaking passes for our hot springs are included with every stay. Come check it out for yourself!
It really is a mystical place. Beautiful sunsets as you relax in the hotsprings which are well operated by the owners and staff. Super friendly, very accommodating space, and great camp sites. Its a first come first serve for the tubs though so get there early. The desert colors and atmosphere are something to behold.
I'll keep this short, but suffice it to say this place should be on your bucket list! If you're on The Dyrt, you probably aren't afraid of campfire smoke, bugs, or… well… dirt. So if that's the case this place is definitely for you. You can camp, park an RV, or rent a bus that toured with the Grateful Dead. (Allegedly). They also have little cabins and trailer homes you can rent as well. Amazing soaking and star gazing, and surprisingly easy soaking. Maybe I just got lucky!
Just driving through, we heard about this place and have to come back! Makes you feel like you’re back in the 80’s just having a good time, away from all the stress and worries of the city. Not to mention the super warm hot spring rubs. Even the little store they have there is so cute! We want to stay in one of the buses next time!
Dont let first glance or reviews of run down facilities deter you, unless your a germaphobe. We have been to many hot springs in various levels of improvement or natural state, and these are a gem. Sure some upgrades and improvements could be made, but well worth the cost. Great water, unique tubs built into the side of springs, crazy painted buses or old cabins to stay in. If your looking for different, fun, and awesome- this is a great place to check out. Off the beaten path, nothing much in town but one drive in diner plus a few shops. And such helps the feeling of the whole experience. Cant hear the interstate or traffic, views a plenty, ducks, geese and some stunning peacocks running around. It was a great experience and cant wait to go back!
This place is hilarious. The pools are awesome, and the retro busses outfitted as campers are rustic. It has showers, bathrooms, and a gift shop. It has a stage on site where there are impromptu bands and yoga classes that take place. I love the wild feel of the place.
The hot springs are amazing and it is beautiful. The camping and actual resort area does not live up to the potential of what it could be. Still is a beautiful area.
Stayed in an old bus turned into cute little camp spot. Stayed here in the dead of winter and was very comfy and cozy. Bus had heated blankets and was thoughtfully set up. There was also option for tent camping. Clean facilities. Mystic Hot springs was perfect. Just a short walk from the camping spot up to the hot spring that is open 24/7. Would recommend this to anyone as the perfect weekend getaway. Great prices as well.
Rrally cool hot spring. Cool campground with lots of painted busses. Owner has a bad attitude and is rude.