Montana November 06, 2016
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 on its way, 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 places to choose from. These hot springs resort are especially tempting during winter.
1. Spa Hot Springs Motel, Main Street, White Sulphur Springs
With a 105 degree indoor pool and two outdoor pools for the brave, it’s no wonder that this spot stays popular all year.
2. Fairmont Hot Springs, 1500 Fairmont Rd, Anaconda
The pools at Fairmont Hot Springs are open 24 hours a day all year, and the outdoor pools are most popular in the winter. Imagine how amazing a late night soak would feel after a day spent in the snow.
3. Bozeman Hot Springs, 81123 Gallatin Road, Four Corners
The hours at Bozeman Hot Springs change seasonally, and the outdoor pools do close down during extremely harsh weather. But typically you can enjoy the indoor pools, outdoor pools, and fitness center all winter.
4. Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort, 190 Quinn’s Canyon Road, Route 135, Paradise
Quinn’s has six pools for soaking and swimming. They also have an onsite restaurant, tavern, a cozy lodge and several relaxing cabins to choose from for your ultimate winter getaway.
5. Chico Hot Springs, 163 Chico Road, Pray
Chico Hot Springs is a classic Montana vacation spot, and they offer a tempting Winter Getaway package. $225 covers your lodging, a full dinner (including dessert), breakfast and all gratuities. You can add on massages for an even more relaxing experience.
6. Jackson Hot Springs, 108 Jardine Avenue, Jackson
When the temperature drops, things heat up at Jackson Hot Springs. They’re just 20 miles away from downhill slopes and excellent cross-country skiing spots.
7. Elkhorn Hot Springs, 339 Hot Springs Rd., Polaris
The pools at Elkhorn Hot Springs are outdoors, but the temperature ranges from 80-98 degrees. The rustic cabins here were built in the 20s and 30s, while the pools date back to 1918.
8. Boulder Hot Springs, 31 Hot Springs Rd., Boulder
Boulder Hot Springs has outdoor pools and indoor steam rooms and plunges. You can visit this beautiful place and leave feeling rejuvenated and warmed up even in the dead of winter.
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