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Natural hot water flows year round through the large swimming pool and hot pools at Downata Hot Springs. The clubhouse provides changing room and lockers plus a café and game room. A zero depth water playground with water toys is popular with children. Two large hydrotube rides thrill all ages….View more
Lava Hot Springs is a community rich in western history. The abundance of natural resources in the region such as the odor-free mineral hot springs, plentiful wildlife, and water supplies attracted many Native American tribes who welcomed the opportunity to bathe, rest and worship in an area regarded by all…View more
Emerging at 118 degrees Fahrenheit, the mineral water at Bear Lake Hot Springs is cooled as it is pumped from the mountain into the tubs. Characteristics similar to those of Lava Hot Springs to the northwest can be found in this water. Individuals from all around the area drive to…View more
In the early 1900s the Hopkins family homesteaded the site where this hot springs was developed, and for many years it was known to locals as Hopkins Hot Springs. You can read about the interesting history of this family and the original uses of the site at the front desk…View more
Geothermal activity is evident throughout this region, and hot springs can be found in numerous locations along the western slopes of the Wasatch Mountains. Crystal Hot Springs is a resort built around one of these natural hot springs 13 miles north of Brigham City in the town of Honeyville. It is…View more
Previously Riverdale Resort, Bear River Hot Springs features a large outdoor swimming pool and hot tubs fed by natural hot water, including a therapeutic jetted tub. A waterslide pool and children’s pool make this a good family outing. A gaming room and snack bar complement the changing and locker rooms….View more