The location of this springs is: 38.864504, -112.503508
|The first one we saw at Meadow Hot Springs is a warm pool with a dock.|
|This second pool is a figure 8 shaped pool full of little tropical looking fish. It's shallow and a lot of flies.|
|This third pool is the best. It has a cave that goes down about 25 feet. You sit on the rope over the deep cave.|
|There were two Utah families here on a picnic and soaking.|
|Greg ready to dive.|
|Coming up for air.|
|Karen soaking on the rope.|
A short hike Northeast from Mystic is a newer hot springs area called Red Hill Hot Springs. A nice guy has fixed it up for soaks while he uses some of the hot water for his hot house. He offers it's use free to the public as long a people don't abuse it.
|Red Hill Hot Springs.|
|Looking down at the pools at Red Hill Hot Springs.|
|Karen's feet in pond at Red Hill Hot Springs.|
|Greg at Red Hill Hot Springs.|
|The sign at Red Hill Hot Springs.|
|The parking area at Red Hill Hot Springs.|
After our hike to Red Hill Hot Springs, we went back and setup our van camping area at the pleasant Mystic Hot Springs camping area.
As it got cooler, later in the evening we headed for a soak in the Mystic Hot Springs largest pool.
|Some of the soaking tubs at Mystic Hot Springs.|
|There is some junk on the property.|
|You can rent an old hippy bus for the night if you want.|
|It looked like Mystic is moving old cabins on to their property.|
|The owner of Mystic is an old Grateful Deadhead.|
|One of the buses at Mystic.|
|Karen standing in front of our favorite pool with a perfect temperature.|
The one to the left is very hot.
|A tub that is getting slowly absorbed.|
|Our van overnight spot at Mystic Hot Springs. The camping area is very pleasant with grass and trees.|
The next day we were off for a tour through Capital Reef National Park and then to Hite Recreation Area on what is left of Lake Powell.