Mystic Hot Springs isn't just hot water, it is also some of the most beautiful landscape you could find anywhere in the world. Nestled in the Sevier Valley between two mountain ranges, Mystic is abundant in clean air, an underpopulated landscape, and scenic beauty that rivals that of the National Parks.
Located on 140 acres that are zoned for recreational use, the property is within the city limits of Monroe, Utah, but lies on the edge of thousands of acres of National Forest and BLM land that gives us some major breathing room and isolation. This also allows for direct access to hiking and ATV trails to some of the most remote land in Utah.
The biggest town in the county, Richfield, is only 8 miles away with most of the conveniences one would need. Millions of people from all over the world visit Central Utah each year. Mystic Hot Springs is in the loop for the National Parks in Utah, as well as the Interstate traffic on I-70 and I-15. People come regularly from Colorado, Northern Utah, Nevada, and California to experience everything Mystic has to offer. We are within 12 hours from most of the big cities of the West, making Mystic Hot Springs an easy place to get to when on the road looking for something new to do.
The elevation is about a mile high giving us four distinct seasons and the whole range of temperatures. Being in the high desert, there are not many trees populating the landscape, but Mystic was luckily planted with hundreds of trees, giving it it's own eco system and weather.
Mystic is Literally in the Middle of Nowhere, and The Center of Everything
Distances in miles from Mystic Hot Springs:
- Salt Lake City: 150
- Denver: 470
- Las Vegas: 260
- Moab: 180
- Bryce Canyon: 80
- Canyon Lands: 160
- Heaven on Earth: .001