Hot Springs State Park


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Hot Springs State Park


Location:In Thermopolis.
Facilities:Picnic area and shelters, trails (6.2 miles), Volksmarch trail, swimming pool, boat ramp, visitor center, suspension bridge, restrooms.
Activities:Boating, fishing, bathing, wildlife observation.
Special Features:Visitors can soak in the park's indoor and outdoor hot mineral water pools, the largest natural mineral hot springs in the world and believed by some to possess healing qualities. Other features include extraordinary summer flower gardens, the state’s official bison herd, and unusual travertine formations. Tours of Legend Rock State Petroglyph Site, located about 30 minutes northwest, may be arranged through the park’s office staff.
Address:220 Park St
Thermopolis, WY 82443

Phone:307-864-2176
Web: wyoparks.state.wy.us/hsslide.htm
Size: 1,039 acres.

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5 GROVER HOT SPRINGS STATE PARK Two family-friendly pools--one hot and one cool, and both sulfur-free (no rotten-egg smell).
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Fremont's expedition through what is now Markleeville and Grover Hot Springs State Park, over the divide near Carson Pass, and down to Sutter's Fort.