Diamond Fork Canyon, Utah on August 27, 2009Fifth Water Hot Springs, also called Diamond Fork Hot Springs, is a popular attraction for locals and people from out of town. Fridays and Saturdays are especially busy. There are several different pools of varying temperatures, so people visit year-round. Several unofficial camping spots are available. One trip we saw a black bear on the trail, and on another trip no less than 20 [harmless] snakes slithered around the hot springs.
Gandy, Utah on April 30, 2010The Gandy Warm Springs are located on the Utah/Nevada border near Gandy, Utah. There are two main springs. The first is near the road. Warm water flows out from underneith a fern-covered rock ledge. You can wade in for several feet before you would have to go under water to continue.
Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas on July 6, 2000In Hot Springs National Park, we saw several springs. We enjoyed bath-house row and a tour of one of the bath-houses. We went on a "Duck" tour and visited Tiny-town and a rock shop.
Meadow, Utah on June 4, 2009Meadow Hot Springs are awesome. They are on private property, but the owners are gracious enough to allow public access. Each hot spring is a different temperate, allowing for year-round fun. The hot springs are quite deep, and some people have been known to bring their scuba equipment.
475 East 100 North, Monroe, Utah on December 11, 2010Mystic Hot Springs (also known as Cooper Hot Springs or Monroe Hot Springs) is semi-improved, totally ghetto, and quite fun. The owners have routed the hot water into oversized bath tubs where you can sit and soak. I think there were 10 tubs in all. The water temperature varies quite a bit, so you may have to jump in and out of tubs until you find one the right temperature. There are also two swimming pools - one that's about the temperature of a hot tub and one that's a little bit cooler. Mystic Hot Springs often hosts concerts from local bands.
Lake Mead Recreation Area, Nevada on February 25, 2011Rogers Warm Spring is not for swimming, unless your'e a fish. This small picnic area is very pretty, and if you're lucky, you'll catch a glimpse of the turtle or the spotted fish.