A few questions frequently asked
No reservations necessary. Just come on over anytime during our normal hours.
We maintain an alcohol, tobacco, vaping, and pet-free site. Pets may be kept in vehicles and walked periodically.
YHS Facilities. We maintain full facilities for your comfort and soaking experience. These include restrooms, showers and baby changing stations. Our facility is also ADA compliant for those with disabilities needing wheelchair access.
Admission fees are for the entire day. Guests may leave and return any time.
Proper attire and dress code. Yellowstone Hot Springs is a family friendly environment. While we don’t strictly prohibit thongs or other revealing swimwear, we just ask our guests to be mindful that there are children and families present at YHS. If in doubt, please err on the side of caution and be respectful of other guests.
For all guests comfort we ask pool toys not be used in the pool. Arm or waist floats for children are OK. The pool contains shallow areas for children.
Lifeguards are not on duty.
Please do not use glass containers of any type in the pool areas or changing rooms.
Advisory – Use of the hot pool by children under 2 years of age is not recommended. Water above 100 degrees may be harmful to infants. Consult your physician.
We reserve the right to ensure the safety of our guests and employees by closing the pools during inclement weather. This includes winter weather as well as thunderstorms with lightning and high winds. There are no refunds for pool closures due to weather events or power failures.
Swimsuit dryers are currently not available.
For a safe and enjoyable soak please read the posted pool safety signs.
Where can we stay while we are here, is there anything nearby? Yes, Yellowstone Hot Springs now offers seasonal campsites, RV parking, and will soon also be providing cabin rentals. Call 406-589-7350 for more info. You can also find lodging in the nearby town of Gardiner, MT.