Hot Springs in Wyoming You Have to Try

If you’ve never soaked in hot springs in Wyoming, it’s time to try! This unique natural phenomenon occurs when radioactive elements below the Earth’s crust heat the groundwater.

It can be 45 degrees outside, and you can enjoy the warmth and refreshment of a 105-degree hot spring. One way to bask in the country’s natural beauty is to visit a hot spring.

You might think Arkansas has the only hot springs in America, but these natural wonders scatter across the United States. Let’s learn more about a few fantastic hot springs in Wyoming!

Open year-round, the park has more than six miles of trails and “The Swinging Bridge,” a suspension bridge. There is also a boat ramp and reservable group picnic shelters. 

Hot Springs State Park

If you’re looking for a unique hot springs experience in Wyoming, Saratoga Resort and Spa has it. Relax in private teepee-covered hot pools, which remain around 100 degrees to 112 degrees.

Saratoga Resort and Spa

Source: Saratoga Resort and Spa

The Hobo Pool in Saratoga is free and open 24/7/365. Adjacent to the Platte River is two natural ponds, one they call the “Not So Hot Pool” and the other “The Hobo Pool.”

Hobo Poo

This waterfall-led soaking and swimming pool is in a beautiful location among spruce, fir, and pine trees in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Granite Hot Springs

Discharging about 500 gallons of hot water per minute, the Mammoth Hot Springs maintains a temperature of around 140 degrees.

Boiling River Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park

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