If You Didn’t Know About These 6 Swimming Holes In Wyoming, They’re A Must Visit

There’s nothing like taking a dip in one of Wyoming’s swimming holes. Here are 6 swimming holes you will want to check out. Always be sure to obey all signs and know the temperature of the water before entering.

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5. Mr. Bubbles Hot Spring

Mr. Bubbles Hot Spring is located halfway down the Bechler River Trail in the southwestern portion of Yellowstone. It’s a 30-mile round-trip hike either from the Bechler Ranger Station or from Old Faithful. From Three Rivers Junction, take a 1/2-mile trail along the Ferris Fork River. The hot spring is on the right. Always check with the Ranger Station regarding the temperature of the water and do not hike this trail at night. Here is a video of Mr. Bubbles by YouTube user Geerrtt.

6. Kelly Warm Springs

The view of the Tetons at Kelly Warm Springs is amazing. The water here falls in the warm range and the spring is actually deep enough to swim in. The spring is easy to access and shallow enough for children. Kelly Warm Springs is east of the Grand Tetons in the Jackson Hole region of Wyoming. The spring is on Gros Ventre Road, on the south side. Here’s a video of the swimming hole by YouTube user squareglow.

Do you know of any other swimming holes in Wyoming that are safe to soak in?