Hike-in Required
No
Open Year-round
Yes
Water Temperature
100.00 °F (37.78 °C)
Sensitive Habitat
Yes
Please respect the outdoors by practicing Leave No Trace. Learn more about how to apply the principles of Leave No Trace on your next outdoor adventure here.

Meadow Hot Springs, located just off I-15 near the small town of Meadow, is a popular destination consisting of three separate deep, hot pools. The springs are located on private property at the end of a well maintained gravel road. Please “leave no trace” and consider making a donation (there are donation boxes near the springs) to show appreciation to the landowners who allow all to enjoy this area.

The area around the hot springs is absolutely gorgeous. Even if you don’t soak in the springs you can enjoy the views of the golden meadows stretching to the nearby snow-capped mountain peaks.

A large parking area is available just a short distance from the springs. It is also possible to drive up to two of the springs, but high clearance is recommended.

The easternmost pool is the warmest and most popular, with a temperature of around 100 degrees. The southern pool is normally slightly cooler but still a great option if the first pool is crowded. The westernmost pool is the coolest and least popular. It’s a great choice if the weather is hot, and there are also lots of small fish in this pool that will harmlessly nibble at your feet!

In addition it is permissible to camp here, a common occurrence especially on weekends.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Congestion

High

Parking Pass

Donation

Pros

3 large pools. Scenic mountain views.

Cons

Heavy crowds on weekends.

Pets allowed

Allowed with Restrictions

Features

Natural
Geologically significant
Big vistas
Wildlife
Family friendly
Bird watching
Sensitive Habitat

Number of pools

3

Location

Nearby Adventures

Southern Wasatch + Sevier Valley, Utah

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