The Best Hot Springs in Montana

Everyone likes to relax and enjoy a hot spring from time to time, and we have some of the best hot springs here in Montana. Whether you are looking to relax and recover after a hard day of activities, spending time with your family or friends, or even just looking for new adventures to experience, a visit to any of the best hot springs in Montana will suit you.

Bozeman Hot Springs

Bozeman, Montana

Pictured above, Bozeman Hot Springs features a large indoor pool, hot tubs, and even a cold tub to help muscle recovery. The outdoor pools allow for a soak in the fresh Montana air while staying warm in the heated pools. If you time it right, you can take advantage of some live music on the outdoor stage for extra entertainment while you swim. Bozeman Hot Springs also offers a spa and fitness center for those looking to hit the gym or take relaxing to the next level at the spa.

 

 

Fairmont Hot Springs Resort

Anaconda, Montana
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort is known throughout the Northwest for its natural pools. There are two oversized Olympic swimming pools and two mineral-soaking pools indoors and out. To further spice things up, they installed a 350-foot enclosed waterslide to provide excitement throughout the year. They also offer a fitness center that's fully equipped and complimentary to resort guests. If you're looking to stay the night, Fairmont Hot Springs Resort has guest rooms and suites. If you’re looking for more from your hot springs vacation, try out their 18-hole golf course.

 

 

Quinn's Hot Springs Resort

Paradise, Montana

Quinn’s Hot Springs is perfect for outdoor adventurists looking to relax in soothing hot mineral waters and stay in luxurious lodging. Quinn’s Hot Springs features six pools filled with chemical-free hot spring water to help pull the toxins out of your body. Warm up your muscles and head over for a massage to maximize your relaxation. If you're staying at Quinn's Hot Springs for the night, you can choose between a private luxury cabin or a room in the Glacier Lodge. 

 

 

Chico Hot Springs

Pray, Montana

Chico is located south of Livingston in the Paradise Valley in Pray, Montana. The hot springs are a popular spot for residents and tourists to spend some time soaking. Staying the night at Chico Hot Springs is highly recommended due to the live music, restaurant, and rooms available. Chico offers a variety of lodging options, including rooms in their lodge, cottages, chalets, and additional lodges.

 

 

Sleeping Buffalo Hot Springs

Saco, Montana
The only hot spring along Montana’s northern border, Sleeping Buffalo Hot Springs has attracted bathers from North Dakota, Saskatchewan, and all of Montana since the 1920s. Their water is natural, chemical-free, flows continuously, and contains many beneficial and essential minerals. Find inner tranquility as you spend the day relaxing in the main pool, hot tub, and sauna.

 

 

CVB_best-hot-springs-blog1Norris Hot Springs

Norris, Montana

Norris Hot Springs is a favorite spot for locals as it is a nice relaxing getaway found along the Madison River. Norris features one pool fed by a series of artesian springs. There is also a stage at the end of the pool, which regularly hosts local and traveling live bands. They also offer delicious food, cold beer, and wine to help you wind down after a busy day.

 

 

Broadwater Hot Springs

Helena, Montana

Helena plays host to Broadwater Hot Springs. Their springs pool is about kicking back and relaxing, with the perimeter lined with bench seating for optimal comfort. Their hot springs are filled with therapeutic, natural hot spring water from their artesian well and cooled to comfortable temperatures.

 

 

Lolo Hot Springs Resort

Lolo, Montana

Lolo Hot Springs has been a favorite destination for vacationers and outdoor recreation enthusiasts for years. Continue to enjoy the fresh mountain air at one of their cabins or RV sites. Whether it's a freezing winter day or a hot summer night, you can take a dip in the indoor mineral pool or soak in the outdoor swimming pool with temperatures ranging from 102 to 106 degrees. The resort also features a casino, restaurant, and a variety of recreational activities.

 

 

Lost Trail Hot Springs

Sula, Montana

Lost Trail Hot Springs Resort is located at the base of Lost Trail Pass in the beautiful Bitterroot Valley of Western Montana. There are plenty of lodging options, including an RV park, cabins, and lodge rooms. Lost Trail Hot Springs have year-round opportunities in the area for bikers, hunters, anglers, photographers, bird watchers, and all nature lovers.

 

 

Spa Hot Springs

White Sulphur Springs, Montana

Spa Hot Springs has three pools filled with some of the finest natural mineral water. The local area around the springs offers many outdoor recreational opportunities, such as the 200 miles of groomed and marked snowmobile trails, considered one of the best snowmobile areas in Montana. In the summer, Spa Hot Springs is nearby numerous campgrounds and miles of trails for hiking, biking, wildlife watching, fishing, and hunting.

 

 

CVB_best-hot-springs-blog3Elkhorn Hot Springs

Polaris, Montana

Elkhorn Hot Springs is a primitive, family-owned retreat in the beautiful Pioneer Mountains. There are two natural, outdoor Hot Spring pools, and inside, relax in the Grecian/Wet sauna. Elkhorn is just minutes from several recreational sites, such as the famous Big Hole River, Bannack State Park, and many other exciting recreational activities. The resort also offers a delicious full-service restaurant to satisfy your taste buds.

 

 

Symes Hot Springs Hotel & Mineral Baths

Hot Springs, Montana

Visiting Symes is like stepping back into the 1940s. This destination is a registered historic landmark and provides guests with an escape from the distractions of modern life. The Symes Hot Springs Hotel and Mineral Baths have an outdoor mineral flow pool along with their hotel rooms. The Symes Hotel also has a day spa available.

 

 

Boulder Hot Springs

Boulder, Montana
The pure, geothermal waters are the greatest attraction of Boulder Hot Springs, and they're used in indoor plunges, steam rooms, showers, and the outdoor swimming pool. After you soak, enjoy gourmet dishes from the kitchen that uses organic and locally sourced meats and produce.
 
 
 

Yellowstone Hot Springs

Gardiner, Montana

While the boiling river may be closed until further notice, there is another option for hot springs around Gardiner, Yellowstone Hot Springs is available to help you relax the day away. If you are looking for a longer visit to the hot springs, they also have cabin rentals, an RV park, and tent camping available as well. 

 

 

When you’re looking to relax in Montana, the options abound for hot springs. Taking time to travel to any one of these Montana hot springs will be well worth the trip!

 

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