Hellie’s TeePee Hot Springs is a unique and tranquil getaway located in Thermopolis WY. Located near the Wind River Mountains, Hellie’s Tepee Pools provide visitors with a chance to take a dip in hot springs that are shaped like tepees and heated by natural geothermal activity.
Details about Hellie’s TeePee Hot Springs
The pool complex consists of three distinct areas, each with its own atmosphere and character. Inside are two pools, one for adults and one for children. They are both heated by the main source near Mineral Hill. Swimmers can enjoy views of the Big Horn Mountains while soaking in the warm waters and admiring the colorful decor inside the tepee walls. The temperature of each pool varies depending on its location, but they all range from 90-105 degrees Fahrenheit.
There are two other pools available at this location: The Kiddies Pool offers shallow water fun for young swimmers while The Olympic Size Lap Pool lets experienced swimmers practice their strokes or take part in organized swim meets during special events throughout summer months. Along with standard amenities such as changing rooms, showers, lockers and restrooms, they also offer private cabanas for rent so you can have your own personal space.
Directions to Hellie’s TeePee Hot Springs
Address: 144 Tepee St, Thermopolis, WY 82443
From Lucerne, WY: Map
To get to Hellie’s TeePee Hot Springs, head east on Highway 2. After approximately 15 miles, turn left onto County Road 14 and follow it for 8 miles until you reach the intersection of County Road 6. Turn right onto CR6 and drive for 5 more miles. You will find Hellie’s TeePee Hot Springs at the end of the road.
Camping in Thermopolis WY
After a day of relaxation, consider finishing off your day or weekend under the stars. There are several campgrounds located near the town of Thermopolis, offering visitors a variety of camping experiences. The nearby Hot Springs State Park offers RV and tent camping sites with full hookups and bathrooms. Nearby Wind River Canyon Campground has basic campsites for both tents and RVs as well as cabins for rent. Other options include the KOA Campground just outside of town or the more rustic Bighorn National Forest which offers primitive camping opportunities.