Hot Springs State Park
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Hot Springs State Park

Located along the Big Horn River in Thermopolis, Hot Springs State Park is known for its hot springs which flow from mineral hot springs at a constant temperature of 128 degrees Fahrenheit. The park has a free bath house where temperature is maintained at 104 degrees for therapeutic bathing. The park is also known for herd of bison. Park activities include hiking, picnicking, boating, and fishing. The Swinging Bridge is a suspension foot bridge across the Bighorn River that offers view of the river and the park. Legend Rock Petroglyph Site is located 20 miles northwest of the park features hundreds of individual petroglyphs spread across the face of the rock.

Hot Springs State Park Address

220 Park St
Thermopolis, WY 82443

Phone: (307) 864-2176