- TripBuzz found 12 things to do with kids in or near Thermopolis, Wyoming.
- From Wind River Canyon Whitewater & Fly Fishing to Outlaw Trail Ride, the Thermopolis area offers 9 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, National & State Parks, Historic Sites and Natural History Museums.
- The largest town in Hot Springs County, Thermopolis, Wyoming is home to over 3,000 residents. Spanning an area of just over 2 square miles and being named after the Greek 'Hot City', the town is the location for the world's largest hot mineral spring. Located near the Wind River Canyon and Roundtop Mountain, Thermopolis also maintains a variety of spectacular indoor and outdoor recreations.
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210 Hwy. 20 South, Suite 5, Thermopolis, WY 82443 MoreLess Info
Wind River Canyon Whitewater & Fly Fishing offers whitewater and float trips and guided trout fishing in an environmentally friendly manner, including catch and release. They are the only permitted outfitter in the Wind River Canyon.
Filled with water from the world's largest hot springs, visitors to The Star Plunge can play in two large outside swimming pools, an indoor hot tub with jets, and on three slides. Visitors can use the steam room, sauna, weight room, and tanning bed.
Visitors to the Wyoming Dinosaur Museum can see many dinosaur bones in chronological order, as well as visit a dig site where Allosaurus dinosaurs once fed. Visitors can dig for their own bones, and visit a gift shop.
At the Hot Springs Historical Museum, visitors can amble down a recreated stimulated frontier town filled with Thermopolis region antiques and artifacts, period costumes, and displays of furs. The museum also has the bar from the Hole-in-the-Wall Saloon where Billy Cassidy and the Sundance Kid planned robberies…
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700 Broadway Street, Thermopolis, WY 82443 MoreLess Info
Hot Springs County Museum & Cultural Center has many historical items from the area dating back to the 1800s, especially from the Old West era. Examples of exhibits include a general store, blacksmith, and a saloon bar.
On a 400-meter long nearly vertical cliff at Legend Rock State Petroglyph Site, visitors can see over 92 prehistoric petroglyph panels from accessible paths. These panels contain over 300 petroglyph figures.