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Thermopolis is where Wyomingites and many other visitors come to play.
A big reason why is the State Park. See it, you'll understand why. //wyoparks.state.wy.us/
Be sure to swim in the hot mineral water. Swimming pools, spas, slides
and tubs are available for your enjoyment.
Thermopolis has long been a hot bed of eruptive earth forces. The
world's largest mineral hot spring is evidence of one great subterranean
forces. Today their even flow is metered primarily for recreational and
Long time deposits from the mineral laden water have created a rainbow
underfoot. The paved walkways along the riverfront taking over
centuries of sediment, splendidly brushed by algae, plankton and mineral
State Bath House
still honoring the terms of the treaty between Chief Washakie and the U.S., the
state maintains a modern facility with individual soaking tubs and pools free
of charge. Suit and towel rental available.
A state maintained Buffalo
heard Roams the hills just northeast of town on the upper range land of the
Hot Springs State
Park. 2 large pools, 3outdoor and one
indoor hot tub with jets. One outdoor and one indoor water
slides. Steam room, sauna, masseuse on call and aerobics.
Swimming apparel, souvenirs and t-shirts. Kid friendly. Open 9
a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, year round.
Hot Springs State
Park. 2 large pools, one indoor and one outdoor
hot tub with jets, two outdoor slides and one tube side, steam room, sauna,
weight room, tanning bed, steam room, swimming apparel, souvenirs and t-shirts.
Kid friendly. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, year round.
Hot Springs County Historical Museum
large displays on area history, including: Hole-In-The-Wall Bar, coal mining,
Indian artifacts, agriculture, petroleum industry, country schoolhouse, railroad
caboose, period rooms, area geology and video on history of the area. http://www.hschistory.org
Tour the world-class museum including early life fossils, dioramas, and
full-size dinosaur skeletons. Watch as dinosaur bones are
prepared in the prep-lab and view bones being dug on the dig site
tours. Join the Dig-For-A-Day program, and take part in day to day jobs
of the Dinosaur
Center staff. Hourly
tours available weather permitting.
Old West Wax Museum
Natural history of Wyoming and historical
displays of early Wyoming
as well as information on the history of wax museums. Demonstrations of
early day skills, self-guided tours, guided tours and special demonstrations
for groups, and special events and programs throughout the year.
The Ritz Theater
Modern, digital presentation and the best popcorn and Wyoming
Big Game Trophy Display
The Days Inn Safari Club is home of over 130 big game mounts from all over
the world. Free public viewing.
Nine of the better holes in the state await you atop the hills. Pro
shop and Legion Supper Club - Visitors Welcome
18-Hole Miniature Golf Course
Right next to Dairyland.
Eight open lanes, open seven days a week with lounge facilities.
Legend Rock Petroglyph Site
The most impressive petroglyph area in Wyoming
dating back 5700 years with 283 pictures on 92 panels. Based on various
anthropomorphic and animal motifs, similarities show cultural connections
with several prehistoric cultural groups. http://wyoparks.state.wy.us/
Enter the canyon four miles south of town for possibly the prettiest drive in
Prime geologic territory, from the earth's core to outer crust and
offers great recreation. Guided fishing, floats and whitewater trips are
available from area outfitters. http://www.windrivercanyonraft.com
Big game and bird hunting abound in the Thermopolis area. Numerous
guides and outfitters are available to improve your hunting success.
Trout, the supreme game fish of America,
teem in the blue ribbon Big
short-term or season fishing licenses are available to locally as well
as guided floats for the fishing enthusiast.
Two tennis courts are available at 3rd and Arapahoe or on 14th Street.
Two indoor courts are available in Hot
Springs State Park.
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY:
CALL: EAGLE RV PARK
204 HWY 20 SOUTH