Five of Wyoming’s Best Hot Springs on Cold Day
Winter is coming. Things will get very cold. Snow will fall. That is the perfect time to find an soak in one, or all five, of these great popular Wyoming's hot springs recommended by Travel Wyoming.
It is worth the drive and free. This indoor and outdoor soaking pools also offer clothing-optional. You needed to know that last part first. It's hard enough to build that summer bathing suit body. A winter in the buff body is a hundred times as hard.
Also free and open 24/7. The pools are outdoor and vary in temperatures depending on which one you want to sink into. It's a great place to mingle with the town folk.
Located near the Snowy Range and the Sierra Madre Mountains there is a 70-foot outdoor pool with hot springs and then seven smaller pools for soaking., teepee-covered soaking pools. You'll need to book an appointment at Healing Waters Spa.
Located near Granite Creek Falls south of Jackson, this hot spring is waterfall-fed, 104-degree soaking pool and a man-made swimming pool. This location closes at the end of October so no baiting during your Christmas break.
These are the lesser-known baiting areas in Yellowstone’s Mammoth Hot Springs. Follow large clouds of steam once you get there. You can't miss it.
Check out this list for a few other great places.