Soak Up the Heat: Here’s Your Guide to Hot Springs Near Jackson Hole
The temps are starting to warm up, but a nice dip in a hot spring always sounds good! So where should you go to find the best hot springs around Jackson Hole? Here’s a list of the top 3 hot springs near Jackson Hole we recommend to our guests.
Distance: 34 miles
Drive Time from Jackson Hole: 56 minutes
Best for: Adventure seekers & small groups
Granite Hot Springs is a guest-favorite, and for good reason! This fully-developed hot spring is an awesome spot to soak away the day and is open to the public throughout the year. (Note: they are closed for April and November). There is an entrance fee of $8 for adults and $5 for children.
Distance: 16.6 miles
Drive Time from Jackson Hole: 23 minutes
Best for: Families, kids and adventure seekers
Astoria Hot Mineral Springs is a reservation-only hot springs located just a half hour from Downtown Jackson Hole. This hot spring provides a beautifully maintained, pool-like experience that will melt away stress and leave you feeling rejuvenated! (They have a hot spring pool just for kids as well!) Tickets are available on their website, along with information about accessibility, picnic areas, and more.
Yellowstone’s Boiling River (currently closed)
Distance: 305 miles
Drive Time from Jackson Hole: varies – through Yellowstone National Park
Best for: Yellowstone explorers
Headed through Yellowstone this year? Make sure you plan a stop at the Boiling River! Flowing from a natural hot spring into the Gardner river, this natural hot tub is located at the northern end of the park and provides explorers with a nature-based soaking experience. (The swim beach is open during daytime hours only, and is closed during the spring so plan accordingly!)
Looking for a place to setup your basecamp? Browse our rooms here, or check out our other posts about the best things to do, see, and enjoy in Jackson Hole!