Hot Springs
State Park

Hot Springs State Park is a state-owned, 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.
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Hot Springs State Park, Wyoming: popular state park by the Big Horn River in The…
Scenic Boardwalk Traveling Over a Travertine Terrace With Mineral Pools to a Swinging Footbridge and the Big Horn Hot Spring
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