Mystic Hot Springs

Mystic Hot Springs, previously known as Monroe Hot Springs and Cooper Hot Springs are located in northeastern Monroe, Utah. The hot mineral water emerges from the spring at 168 °F (76 °C). The water flows into two smaller pools with temperatures between 92 and 102 °F (33 and 39 °C).

 Main Springs at Mystic Hot Springs, December 2010

The hot mineral springs were used by the local indigenous peoples including the Ute, Piute, Shoshone and their ancestors.[1] Early settlers used the springs later, as they were a stop on the Old Spanish Trail. In 1886, Thomas Cooper and his family homesteaded the land on which the springs are located. In 1905 the Coopers built a bathhouse. Later the property was developed to include a dance hall and cabins.[1] In 1930, a Mr. Farnsworth purchased the property and led the house band during events in the dance hall. In the 1970s the structures were renovated, and in 1995, the name was changed from Monroe Hot Springs to Mystic Hot Springs. Mike Ginsburg purchased the property in 1996, and the tradition of music concerts continued at the springs.[2]

^ a b Rizzo, Jack. "How one man turned a geothermal wonder into a steamy, post-Woodstock paradise". Roadtrippers Magazine. Retrieved 27 Feb 2020. ^ Murdock, Wilford (1964). Monroe, Utah: Its First One Hundred Years. Monroe: Monroe Centennial Committee and Monroe City. pp. 62–63.
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