These 8 Montana Hot Springs Are Open All Winter

If you’re lucky, you’ve enjoyed some unseasonably warm Montana weather lately. But winter’s chill is never far off, and it won’t be long before you’re trying to stay warm and cozy. Winter is a great time to take a relaxing soak in a hot springs pool, and luckily the Treasure State has plenty of picture-perfect hot springs resorts and geothermal pools from which to choose. These hot springs in Montana are especially tempting during winter, and will keep you toasty all season long!

The Treasure State may have some cold winters, but they are breathtaking — and we can stay warm all season long at these amazing hot springs in Montana!

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Address: Spa Hot Springs Motel, 202 W Main St, White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645, USA
Address: Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, 1500 Fairmont Rd, Anaconda, MT 59711, USA
Address: Bozeman Hot Springs, 81123 Gallatin Rd, Bozeman, MT 59718, USA
Address: 163 Chico Rd, Pray, MT 59065, USA
Address: Elkhorn Hot Springs, MT 59746, USA
Address: Boulder Hot Springs, 31 Hot Springs Rd, Boulder, MT 59632, USA
Address: Jackson Hot Springs, Jackson, MT 59736, USA
Address: Quinn's Hot Springs Resort, 195 Quinn's Canyon Rd Route 135, Plains, MT 59859, USA
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December 20, 2021

What’s the best hot springs resort in Montana?

There are some seriously spectacular hot springs in Montana (see the list above!), and while we love them all, we do have some favorites. Easily the most iconic hot springs in America, Excelsior Geyser Crater at Yellowstone National Park is a bucket-list must. While Yellowstone’s hot springs extend into Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, it’s Montana where you’ll find Yellowstone Hot Springs, just a short drive from Yellowstone National Park. After safely viewing the park’s thermal basins and geysers from afar, you can experience the region’s geothermal waters at Yellowstone Hot Springs. This is a geothermal pool unlike any other in the world, with mineral-rich springs sure to assuage all your aches and pains.

What’s winter in Montana typically like?

The calendar claims that winter starts on Dec. 21, but in Montana, we all know that the coldest season of the year starts when it darn well pleases! We won’t sugarcoat it: the winter season can feel quite cold and long. Snow and wind storms happen regularly, and blizzards can dump many inches of snow well into the double digits, which can cause road, trail, and mountain pass closures for multiple days. January is the coldest, snowiest, and iciest month of the year across the state, with highs hovering around around freezing for much of the state. While it’s all too tempting to bundle up and hibernate all winter long, we do our best to embrace the cold and snow, enjoying the abundance of wonderful outdoor recreation that’s available during this very special season! Are you new to the Treasure State, or planning a visit this winter? Here are some things no one tells you about surviving winter in Montana — take a look, and arm yourself with knowledge… and super warm coats, gloves, and boots, too!

Address: Spa Hot Springs Motel, 202 W Main St, White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645, USA
Address: Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, 1500 Fairmont Rd, Anaconda, MT 59711, USA
Address: Bozeman Hot Springs, 81123 Gallatin Rd, Bozeman, MT 59718, USA
Address: 163 Chico Rd, Pray, MT 59065, USA
Address: Elkhorn Hot Springs, MT 59746, USA
Address: Boulder Hot Springs, 31 Hot Springs Rd, Boulder, MT 59632, USA
Address: Jackson Hot Springs, Jackson, MT 59736, USA
Address: Quinn's Hot Springs Resort, 195 Quinn's Canyon Rd Route 135, Plains, MT 59859, USA