Dick and Anna 2013 Journey travel blog

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Teepee Fountain

Another view

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Terrace 1

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River 1

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Beaytiful Flowers

Buzzards roosting at night

Accross from assisted living home

As we leave the Thermal area

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Thermopolis from Joe Snider Point

Bison at the point 1

Bison at the point 2

Devils Punch Bowl and Bison Corrals behind

Pronghorn dining on Alfafa

 

 

Spirit Hole 1

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White Sulphur Spring 1

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Lots of old junk car bodies


Wyoming State Parks Hot Springs State Park

Hot Springs State Park is a park in Thermopolis, Wyoming famous for its hot springs. It was Wyoming's first state park.

The park includes a number of businesses:

Wyoming Pioneer Home, a state-run assisted-living facility

Gottsche Rehabilitation Center

The Plaza Hotel

Holiday Inn

The Star Plunge, a privately operated water-park

The Tepee Pools, another private water-park

Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital


The park also includes bison (in a managed herd), a suspension foot bridge across the Big Horn River, the State Bath House, picnic shelters, primitive boat ramp, flower gardens, a statue made of naturally forming travertine (calcium carbonate) caused by a flowing mineral hot spring, and the petroglyph site at Legend Rock (some 25 miles from the main park).

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