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Enjoy Soothing Hot Springs Wtih A Trip To This Western State Park
Hot Springs State Park in Thermopolis, Wyoming, offers a perfect blend of relaxation and nature, inviting you to unwind in the embrace of one of the best natural hot springs.
Hot Springs State Park is a winter wonderland with snowy landscapes, offering an intriguing contrast to the steamy water and fewer visitors than at warmer times of the year.
The hot springs offer a luxurious experience, with mineral-rich water that comes from deep underground, providing a soothing and rejuvenating experience.
The park features Big Spring, the largest mineral hot spring in the world, and Star Plunge, a mineral waterpark with naturally heated pools, slides, and a
vapor cave.
At the park's bath house, you can soak in the warm, therapeutic water kept at 104 degrees Fahrenheit. There are also plenty of scenic spots to relax and enjoy the park's beauty.
The park does not offer any campsites and is only available for day use. The resident day-use permit costs $7 per day per vehicle, but you can also get an annual pass for $96.