A beautiful series of hot springs pools located in a mountain meadow 2 miles south of Yellowstone National Park. Unfortunately, high radiation levels and the presence of potentially deadly amoebae in the water make soaking inadvisable. Upper and Lower Polecat springs are both situated on the north side of Polecat Creek, with fabulous views of a high mountain meadow stretching to the south toward Jackson Lake and the Grand Tetons. Lower Polecat Hot Springs consists of a couple of warm pools about 6 feet across, formed by makeshift dams across the warm water flowing from a hillside into Polecat Creek. Water temperature is around 105 degrees F. Upper Polecat Hot Springs, a short walk farther along Polecat Creek, consists of a series of seeps in a marshy area next to the creek. Temperature here is also around 105 degrees F. Primitive.
Thought I might throw this out there if you are recommending Hucklebeery hot springs...