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Hot Springs State Park, Thermopolis

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Hot Springs State Park is a public recreation area in Thermopolis, Wyoming, known for its hot springs, which flow at a constant temperature of 135° Fahrenheit. The state park offers free bathing at the State Bath House, where temperatures are moderated to a therapeutic 104 °F. The petroglyph site at Legend Rock, some 25 miles away, is also part of the park. The park is managed by the Wyoming Division of State Parks and Historic Sites.

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  • While exploring Cody,Wyoming, we stumbled across this place!! It was an unexpected 50 degrees and raining kinda day. Hot Springs State Park was a day saver!!! 1 outside, 1 inside large heated pool, 5....  more »
  • Loved the state park. Lots of beautiful trees. The teepee hot springs was awesome. Lots of nice people. A very relaxing vacation  more »
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  • This park is beautiful. There are two pay concessions that offer Hot Springs swimming and hot tub’s. But the state run hot springs pools are free. They have clean bathrooms and showers. We really enjoyed visiting this beautiful park.
  • Free 20 Minute Soak! Bath house pools - One inside & one outside, very comfortable temperatures. Adjoining springs have all day use for a fee. Quiet place in September!

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