Native Americans first discovered the naturally warm waters of Crystal Hot Springs during their wintry travels through the Wasatch Mountain ranges. Sheltering that first wave of travelers, the hot springs later soothed the muscles of weary workers of the transcontinental railroad before being incorporated as a business in 1901. Separate hot and cold springs share space some 50 feet from each other, cooling or warming sinews and allowing visitors to immerse themselves in naturally high mineral content. Guests can also take refuge in more than 100 available camping sites and sample the fast and furious dips of the slide park. The aquatic expanse is open seven days a week over both the winter and summer, cooling down visitors during sweltering August days or warming them up after a January footrace against a yeti.
Beyond the 110-year-old Victorian house's rustic green awning, mountains of eclectic home decor and gifts include unique furniture pieces. In addition to goods from renowned brands including Minky Couture, Stonewall Kitchen, Caldrea, Sprout Watches, and Voluspa, the shop boasts sundry locally made wares. A homey feel pervades the shop, as old-fashioned clocks adorn the walls and a cozy kitchen showcases Vietri tableware. Racks of handbags and scarves dangle over accent-furniture pieces and home décor, and glass display cases safeguard Trollbead gold and silver jewelry and glass beads. Teeming with books, games, and stuffed animals, the vibrant kiddie corner distracts child shoppers from playing keep away with decorative lamps.
Nuts For You's vast selection of snacks and treats includes nearly 200 varieties of nuts, dried fruits, peanuts, trail mixes, and candies. Guests can pick up gift trays that combine six varieties of nuts and sweets or grab popcorn, pretzels, and nuts covered in saccharine toppings such as chocolate and butterscotch.
RoundRocks Fly Fishing outfits interested fishers with the means to ensnare prize-worthy catches from the tranquil rivers of Utah, Montana, and Idaho. With an array of friendly and knowledgeable guides, RoundRocks ushers novice and experienced fishers into the wild where they divulge secrets of the craft and tell stories of its origins as a way to hunt stuffed animals before the invention of mechanical claws. Up to three fishers can accompany a guide for a full- or half-day expedition, renting gear and rods or bringing their own.