Take a dip and warm up near our Bozeman hotel
Wherever you see a cloud of steam, you see paradise. That’s how we feel about Montana hot springs, which are some of the best in the west. Many of the springs below were discovered by miners who benefited from a hot soak after a long day’s work. The waters aren’t just soothing — they natural, mineral-rich springs offer many potential health benefits: increased circulation, natural pain relief and softer skin. Choose any of our favorite hot springs below, and look forward to a magical, stress-melting Montana soak.
Popular Hot Springs near Kimpton Armory Hotel
Bozeman Hot Springs
Founded over 100 years ago, this local favorite offers 12 indoor and outdoor pools ranging from 59°F to 106°F. Huge boulders and live music make this place truly special.(406) 586-6492
Norris Hot Springs
Welcome to the “Water of the Gods,” a series of artesian hot springs. Found by miners the 1860s, the 38,000-gallon pool still welcomes visitors today. Music and meals round out your experience.(406) 685-3303
Chico Hot Springs
A historic four-season resort is home to two outdoor natural mineral hot springs pools. Soak, swim and play with your kids with the Absaroka Mountains as your backdrop.(406) 333-4933
Potosi Hot Springs
Set amid a rustic ranch resort, Potosi offers an open-air hot springs pool, indoor river rock soaking tub, and a wood-burning sauna. Look for the secret third pool if you’re feeling adventurous.(406) 595-0488
Boiling River Hot Springs
Talk about a natural setting: this experience puts you smack in the middle of the Boiling River within Yellowstone Park. The hot water of the springs and cold waters of the river combine for a temp just right for bathing.
Yellowstone Hot Springs
Just outside the North entrance to Yellowstone Park, this soaking experience includes a main pool, a hot plunge and a cold plunge. Each pool is “flow-through,” so fresh mineral water is always flowing in.(833) 977-7464