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Crystal Hot Springs

  • 8215 N. Rte. 38 Map It
  • Honeyville
  • Bath/Hot Spring

Fodor's Review

Originally used as a winter camp by the Shoshones, Crystal Hot Springs is one of the world's largest natural hot and cold springs. Mixing water from the two springs allows for a variety of pools with temperatures ranging from 80°F to 105°F. The complex, which is in Honeyville, about 8 mi north of Brigham City, has its own campground, a series of three hot tubs, a large soaker pool, a cold freshwater swimming pool, two water slides, and a lap pool. The complex remains

open year-round, but hours are variable, so it's best to call ahead.

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Sight Information


8215 N. Rte. 38, Honeyville, Utah, 84314, United States

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435-279–8104; 801-547–0777

Sight Details:

  • $6 springs, $15 camping


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Sep 15, 2012

Camp with the trains

Worst night EVER! Our "reserved" camping spot was taken, because there is no way to tell one spot from the next. It was a free for all, and we ended up camped right next to train tracks (like all the spots are) with a train going by every 30 minutes or less! This is our first...and probably our last time coming here!

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