- Winter Activities
- Hot Springs
Natural hot springs have attracted weary travelers for centuries in this part of the world. From rustic to resort, each always offers a soothing way to relax. Southwest Montana has six developed hot springs destinations and some undeveloped sites, all fed from natural geothermal features. Rooms, fine dining, therapeutic massage, Olympic-sized pools, soaking tubs, and steam rooms are available at many of our developed sites. And all are located near some of the finest outdoor recreation areas in the state.
Boulder Hot Springs: One hundred year-old historic inn in a natural, healing, relaxing environment. Outdoor and indoor pools filled with natural geothermal waters for soaking and swimming. Newly decorated bed and breakfast rooms based on themes specific to Boulder Hot Springs history and location. 3 miles south of Boulder.
Broadwater Athletic Club and Hot Springs: Three hot springs swimming pools, men's, women's and co-ed hot springs jacuzzis, five courts for racquetball, handball, wallyball, ping pong and basketball, a large indoor play area for children ages 5-12, and Helena's largest indoor climbing facility. On Helena's westside.
Elkhorn Hot Springs: Year-round resort offering two outdoor hot mineral pools, a Grecian sauna, a restaurant and bar. Accommodations include rustic cabins, modern cabins, or lodge rooms. 40 miles northwest of Dillon.
Fairmont Hot Springs: Two Olympic-sized swimming pools and two mineral soaking pools, one of each located indoors and outdoors. 350 foot enclosed water slide, open year-round. 152 rooms and suites. Between Butte and Anaconda.
Norris Hot Springs: Rustic but elegant; the unique Water of the Gods historic wooden mineral pool is surrounded by wildlife and wetlands. Local food, brews, and bluegrass served year around. A great place to eat, drink, and soak while enjoying live music poolside. Norris.