meadow hot springs

Things to do in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs
Things to do in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs
Things to do in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs
Casual Swim Coverup
Things to do in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs
Jaws Shark Tank
Things to do in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs
Things to do in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs
Things to do in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs
Things to do in Utah: Meadow Hot Springs
Swim Trunks: California
Sandals: Rainbow
Shark Tank: Forever 21
Jean Shorts: KUT from Kloth
Swimsuit: Seafolly
Sneakers: Converse
Earrings: Betsey Johnson c/o
Sunglasses: Prada
Meadow Hot Springs is one of myself and Jakes favorite places to visit in Utah.  Recently when we drove to down to California, we stopped in Meadow, Utah to hit up the springs!  If I had to pick a favorite hot springs to visit, this would be it!  
You can drive up to the springs entrance and there is no hike to get to them! The springs do not smell like sulfar, and they are super deep and fun to swim in and explore!  And by deep, I mean DEEP! Deep enough to bring your scuba gear to go exploring in!  One time when Jake and I visited these springs we saw a group getting scuba certified!
Jake and I lucked out when we went this time and had the whole place to ourselves! We had so much fun swimming around and exploring the hot springs! The sun was out casting beautiful shadows on the water! And the clouds were amazing! It was my ideal day outside! 
If you are ever driving through Utah and pass Meadow, we totally recommend checking out these springs! They are AMAZING and worth the stop!
On a side note, if you get a chance to go and are scared of moss, bring some water shoes to wear, this hot spring is full of moss!

23 thoughts on “meadow hot springs

  1. Carisa @ Bunnies and Pearls

    These pictures are amazing! I've always wanted to check out hot springs, totally on my bucket list.

    Bunnies and Pearls

  2. Amy Johnson

    What a fun blog! I love the His/Her looks idea. The scenery is beautiful. I will have to visit Utah someday. Love your shark T and your tennis shoes!

  3. Ramona

    Oh, you both had such a bliss and so much fun. Love these snaps of jumping in the water. I think I would be so scared from deep water. I haven't swim for years. In Ireland sea and ocean water is so cold in summer. Wonderful place and wonderful photos. Hope you both are having great week so far.

    xoxo Ra

  4. Lady of Style

    What a fantastic and unique blog you and Jake share! Usually hubbies are behind the camera but I really love this idea. I went through your previous posts – great looks and amazing photos.
    Thanks so much for your kind comment on my blog which made me come here.

    Best wishes from Germany,
    Annette | Lady of Style

  5. LyddieGal

    Wow, I had no idea these kinds of places existed, but it certainly is beautiful and looks like you guys had a ton of fun!
    Love your shark tank too, so awesome.
    Chic on the Cheap

  6. Kelsey Bang Post author

    Ah you are so cute! It totally does look shallow! The Hot spring is about 40 feet deep! How crazy is that?! Its not wide at all but crazy deep! Utah is really beautiful! I forget that sometimes! Its a fun place to explore!

  7. Nathy F.

    It looked so shallow! I was scared for his life in that one picture where he's up in the air. Lol.
    This looks so fun! Is Utah just universally beautiful, like everywhere?
    Love, love these pictures– especially that first one. Killer reflection shots!

    -Nathy @ Earnestyle

  8. Kati

    Thanks so much for your comment, it means a lot!
    You look absolutely adorable today, I love your shirt!

    Have a fantastic day,

  9. Ariel Hamilton

    Ah! I went here once but it was at night with a bunch of friends so I never really knew where exactly it was (or what town it was even in). Thanks for the reminder! (: these pics are amaaaaaaazing!!! xx

  10. Flavia Eriel

    wow! honey this post is amazing thank u for sharing!

  11. Stephanie G

    i loveee these photos! really beautiful – looks like a nice place to spend a day at 😉

    steph /


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