Granite Hot Springs
A local favorite for relaxing and easing muscles sore from mountain adventures, Granite Hot Springs is a natural hot spring – complete with campground, swimming pool and soaking pool – nestled in the Gros Ventre Mountains.
- Pools cost $6/adult, $4/child.
- Campgrounds are open May 20 through September 30 and cost $15/night.
- Hot springs are open during the summer and winter.
- The road from US-191 to Granite Hot Springs is only accessible by snowmobile, dog sled tours, and skis during the winter.
- Call 307-690-6323 for details.
Along Hoback Canyon, south of Jackson, you'll find a beautiful place of complete relaxation and comfort: Granite Hot Springs. Escape the problems of the workday world and sink into the natural rejuvenating warm-water springs. With both a man-made swimming pool and a natural hot springs bath, this spot offers some fabulous opportunities to luxuriate in healing water.
South of Jackson, Granite Hot Springs is tucked away in the Gros Ventre Mountains, just under 7,000 feet above sea level. Follow US-191 12 miles south from Hoback Junction until you reach the Granite Hot Springs gravel and dirt road. Granite Hot Springs is 11 miles down this road.
Getting there in the Winter
During the winter, the road from US-191 is groomed and access is limited to snowmobiles (rentals or tours), dog sled tours, and cross country skis (rentals available in town). You can enjoy half day trips on a dog sled or snowmobile tour, including a soak in the hot springs. Cross country skiing takes about 3 or 4 hours round-trip and you'll want to give yourself some extra time to enjoy a soak.
The Granite Hot Springs pool is open 10-8 in the summer and 10-6 in the winter. It closes for about a month in both the spring and fall. Make sure to call ahead: 307-690-6323
The Granite Creek Campground offers 51 sites for tent camping and camping trailers on a first come first served basis. You will find picnic tables, toilets, drinking water and fire pits. There is a $15 fee for each site. Open the Thursday of Memorial Day Week through late September.
All sites are First Come First Serve. Each campsite is on a gravel and dirt pad, aprox 15x46. The sites are situated on 3 loops with 6 pull through sites for RV's.
Soaking in Granite Hot Springs is $6/adult, $4/child. Campsites are $15/night (May 20 – September 30).
In addition to the soaking pool and the campground, you can fish Granite Creek or go for a hike further into the Gros Ventre Mountain Range.
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