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Red Hills Hot Springs | 12 Utah Staycations

Right after visiting Mystic Hot Springs we were told there was another hot spring nearby and this one was FREE! While Mystic Hot Springs is beautiful, one can't pass up a free hot spring! I was actually very surprised by this sign. Many hot springs are trashy and not well kept, but this one, this lovely community hot spring was obviously well cared for. There was a grill, a firepit, a swinging chair and hardly ANY trash on the ground. Please, PLEASE keep it clean for everyone! The kids could have spent HOURS here. They loved being able to divert

Mystic Hot Springs | 12 Utah Staycations

Mystic Hot Springs in Monroe has been on our Salt Project bucket list forever! Thanks to our sponsor Utah's Trail Country for making it possible! See some of our other favorite Utah hot springs here. Mystic Hot Springs is a mineral hot springs not a sulfur spring so it doesn't smell!​ The first thing we saw was a whole bunch of old buildings and busses. We walked up to a building and look what we found! Two peacocks! They lovingly decided to pose for us too. Apparently, you can camp and stay the night here! There's a bunch of busses

GG's Marketplace | 12 Utah Staycations

GG’s is a local Grocery Store located in Monroe Utah. We heard it from the locals that this is the best place for donuts! Their donuts are made fresh every day and so is everything else on their grill! Our kids favorite was the Alligator Jaws that are local favorite for sure! We tried a few different donuts and seriously, So. Dang. Good. It's pretty casual dining there. There was none of the usual hustle and bustle that Northern Utah has, it was a pretty, easy, going pace. Honestly, it was so nice to slow down. We saw quite a
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