Meadow Hot Springs
This set of three large, volcanic hot springs is a favorite haunt for intrepid divers.
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In the deserts of central Utah lies a trio of hot springs, an oasis of sorts for weary travelers.
Formed by volcanic activity thousands of years ago, the springs are encircled in white rock, sculpted to form a set of twisted pools. The water is vibrant blue, unpolluted, and pure. They can reach a depth of up to 25-feet, making them a fun stop for amateur scuba divers. Some even claim that there are underwater tunnels between two of the pools.
Know Before You Go
If you are traveling along I-80, this oasis is worth a stop. Exit at Meadow, just south of Fillmore, then head south on Main Street. After you pass 4400 South, there will be a dirt road on your left. Take this stretch until you reach the springs, about five miles down the road. Be careful, if you drive past the fence encircling the springs, the road becomes nearly impassable, even for four-wheel-drive vehicles. Instead, park outside of the gate and walk the rest of the way. This is private property, but the owner does keep the springs open to the public.
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