Crystal Hot Springs – Brigham City, Utah

cystal hot springs.jpgSpend Your Winter Vacation at Crystal Hot Springs. Don’t blow your winter vacation budget on plane tickets to some far-off land.  Relax and improve your mental and physical health by visiting the natural hot springs of Crystal Hot Springs near Brigham City, Utah, just an hour north of Salt Lake City.  With affordable fees ranging from $15-$25 for passes, you can enjoy the park and springs without worry.  You can hardly make an appointment at your local spa for that price!

Cradled in the arms of the Wasatch Mountains, this gorgeous park has both hot and cold natural springs.  For winter visitors, there’s something truly wondrous about sliding into warm, mineral-laden water out of the crisp winter air.  The steam from the pool rises in tendrils all around you, gently caressing your skin.  If you’re very lucky, you might get to soak when there’s snow falling all around.  It’s an awesome experience you must try at least once in your lifetime.

Even though the air temperature is cold, geothermal forces deep underground heat the waters of the natural hot spring, so the temperature of the water stays steady.  The therapeutic waters of hot springs are as salty as the ocean but much cleaner.  Crystal Springs features a large soaker pool, hot tubs, and lap pools for your swimming enjoyment.  The slide is open during the winter on Friday nights and all day on Saturday, and children are welcome.  There are also senior citizen and child discounts available.

A good soak in the mineral pools at Crystal Hot Springs does more than ease your mind and relax your body.  For centuries, health experts have known about the benefits of soaking in mineral pools.  Trace elements of bicarbonate, sulfates, and chlorides each contribute to the healing properties of natural hot springs.  These waters relieve symptoms of arthritis, help reduce blood pressure, promote healthy skin, ease your breathing, and balance your nervous system.  All of this while soaking in the exquisiteness of nature!

For the very brave winter vacationers, RV and tent campsites are available.  There are also many hotels nearby, so you can enjoy your non-soaking hours in the comfort of central heat.  Make sure to book your campsite or hotel room early; even though it’s winter, the hot springs season never ends.

Crystal Hot Springs
8215 N Highway 38 # S
Honeyville, UT 84314
(435) 279-8104

Summer Hours:  Monday – Thursday 10AM – 10PM
                                Friday & Saturday   10AM – 11PM
                                Sunday                      11AM – 7PM

Winter Hours:  Monday – Friday            12PM – 10PM
                           Saturday                        10AM – 10PM
                           Sunday                           11AM – 7PM

RATES:
SWIM PASS ADULTS – $6.00
SWIM PASS CHILD – $4.50
SWIM PASS SENIOR – $4.50

SWIM/SLIDE PASS
$10.00 ALL AGES
MUST BE 42" TALL TO RIDE

CAMPING RATES
FULL-HOOKUP – $25.00 NIGHT
NON-HOOKUP – $15.00 NIGHT
 

Spend Your Winter Vacation at Crystal Hot Springs. Don’t blow your winter vacation budget on plane tickets to some far-off land. A great alternative to your Orlando holidays. Relax and improve your mental and physical health by visiting the natural hot springs of Crystal Hot Springs near Brigham City, Utah, just an hour north of Salt Lake City. With affordable fees ranging from $15-$25 for passes, you can enjoy the park and springs without worry. You can hardly make an appointment at your local spa for that price!

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  1. Jennifer Cooley says:

    What are your winter hours?

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  3. Germaine Anaya says:

    New to Utah State, I have made it to Crystal Hot Springs today…and what a wonder!! It was fantastic! We will come back for the relaxing feeling! Found my favorite spot, the boiling falls!! Cant wait to make it here in the winter. Super excited!

  4. what a relaxtion, me and my husband enjoyed it, will come back soon.

  5. I went camping for the 4th of July to Crystal Hot Springs and what a desapointment.
    The bathrooms completely filthy, bloody pads on the floor, dirty toilet paper all over the place and the out side garbage’s was never pick up.
    The big pool water was very dirty with a lot’s of hair, bugs and dust.
    Didn’t matter how many times we complaint about the odor and disinfected bathroom, nothing was done for the three days I was there.
    I can not recommend this place to any body

  6. mysterypromise says:

    I have been there several times because it is the nearest to my hometown, and I am very reluctant to return there again. It is a little cheaper than Lava Hot Springs Idaho, but the facilities at Crystal hot springs are quite below average. Speaking of the women’s bathroom, it had peeling paint. One of the times the showers didn’t work. They don’t clean the floors enough, they are dirty/greasy from people’s feet, and there’s hair (every time I’ve been there). The rubber mats in the changing rooms are tough and hurt the feet a lot unless you have flip flops on. Sometimes there aren’t enough changing rooms for the amount of people and so you don’t have privacy. The toilet stalls needed cleaning also. The hot pools sometimes were sort of okay and other times had hair and a few bugs etc. The ownership and management, I don’t know if they are poor or just lazy but they REALLY need to invest in some paint, and replace some plumbing fixtures BUT MOST OF ALL they just need to clean the place and the pools better. I can put up with something not looking really new, but it has to be CLEAN!!!!!

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