SOAKING RATES AND INFO
Choose from our public pool hours or book an exclusive private soak — either way you'll enjoy the purity of our natural waters and local collection of food and beverage.
Public Pool Hours
THURSDAY - SUNDAY
NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
$10 - ADULT
$5 - SENIOR
$3 - CHILD (12 & UNDER)
FREE - BABIES (IN SWIM DIAPERS)
$5 - TOWEL RENTAL
MONDAY & WEDNESDAY
HOW IT WORKS
The 'Water of the Gods' is a hot springs near Bozeman consisting of a series of artesian springs. Flow rate is a constant 80 gallons per minute with an average temperature of 129 degrees Fahrenheit. Locally milled fir planks have been laid directly over the source to create our unique 40' x 40' pool.
Our simple sprayer system creates the perfect soak by circulating the spring water and cooling the pool to a pleasant temperature below 100 degrees in the summer, and as warm as 106 in the winter.
The pool holds over 38,000 gallons of fresh, hot mineral water, which is drained every night to allow it to refill with fresh, clean water over the course of 8 hours. The pool is drained and pressure washed once a week on Tuesdays, with no chemicals of any kind used to clean the water or planks.
The overflow and drainage from the pool is diverted through the neighboring wetlands to follow its natural course, flowing five miles east through the Bear Trap canyon where it joins the mighty Madison River at the aptly named and wildly popular Warm Springs Recreation Area.
Is the pool open in the winter?
Do you provide towels?
Can we bring food?
Can we bring alcohol?
When is the campground open?
We are open year-round and only close for named storms.
We recommend bringing your own towel but we rent towels for $5.
Our 50 Mile Cafe and Grill can supply you with delicious local snacks and meals, so please refrain from bringing in outside food.
No, Our No Loose Dogs Saloon has a wide variety of local beverages. If you do bring alcohol it will be confiscated and you and your group will not be served while soaking with us.
The Island of Norris Campground is open Memorial Day thru Labor Day.