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Utah's 7 BEST Swimming Holes

The Summer heat is almost here! Skip out on the over crowded chlorinated pools and water parks and go au natural in one of the best swimming holes in Utah. 

Toquerville Falls- just outside Zion NP


Located just outside of Zion National Park, Toquerville Falls is the ultimate desert oasis. Located in a secluded area, you will enjoy the mix of waterfalls and pools on a hot Southern Utah day. 

Mona Rope Swings


There's a small town feel and a laid back vibe in Mona. Campgrounds scatter around the small lake dotted with the popular rope swings where you'll catch kids, teens and adults daring backflips and jumps. 

Alpine Waterslide


Slick rocks and a waterfall form this smooth and natural water slide for people of all ages! Beware, the water is straight mountain runoff waters so make sure you go on a toasty day. 

Provo River Float


Grab a tube and take a lazy float down the river. Don't have a tube? Just rent one here. The course takes about 2 hours on very calm water and plenty of beautiful canyon views. Pack lunch and enjoy a picnic at Vivian Park before or after. 

Little Jamaica

Little Jamaica may not be in Utah, but it's just outside on the way to Mesquite. Clear water, a covered grotto and easy access make Little Jamaica aka Littlefield Springs is a charming and unique swimming hole you won't see anywhere else. 

Meadow Hot Spring

Can't wait til the temperatures heat up? Check out the Meadow Hot Spring just 4 miles south of Fillmore and soak in the crystal clear warm water in 1 of 3 pools. 

Diamond Fork Hot Springs

Daytime/weeknight trips to Diamond Fork always make it less busy. Regardless, be prepared for a 2.5 mile hike to the hot springs though through the pretty canyon. It's an easy hike with a great reward at the end.