Tight spaces. Dog walk area was along an industrial park and loose dog from the local neighborhood caused havoc in the park. Power kept going off and was turned off intermittently without notice. Wasn't suited for big rigs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Ok park. Scary watching big rigs and long trailers try to get in the sites. Sites are narrow and roads are too narrow when toads or towers park in the road. There is other parking available. Only saw one tail light trashed as a long trailer tried to park. Staff were friendly and helpful. I would stay here again but my rig is under 30 ft so will fit easily. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Helpful staff/owners, but very tight quarters. Old RV park with trees that provide shade, but also constrain spaces. People were helpful in placing each other and seemed cheerful about the situation. If here, be sure to enjoy the Thermopolis Hot Springs. They are nearby and very pleasant. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park with friendly and conscientious new owners. Interior roads and sites are a continuous level gravel area marked off with landscape timbers. Many mature trees provide generous shade. Sites are very close together so that parking a large unit, or watching others units gently maneuver into position, can be cause for trepidation. Basic utilities are good, WiFi is slow and intermittent, AT&T phone/data service is good. The park provides some playground area and group pavilion but was surprisingly quiet, especially at night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed our brief stay here. The new owners are very helpful and informative and seem to take pride in their park. The restrooms and showers were nice and clean. We especially liked the shuttle service they offer to pick you up after rafting down the Big Horn River. Cost was $15 and well worth it. Thanks for a nice stay! We would stay again if coming through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park with lots of shade trees. All gravel. Friendly owner onsite. Would stay there again. Thermopolis is a small Wyoming town that has a wonderful hot springs that is FREE! Beautiful part of the state. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park, the pull thrus were not very long, but not many people there when we were there. Clean,restrooms and park. The park is for sale, but I don't know if it will sell. Would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Mostly gravel, but with shade trees. We didn't have any problem maneuvering with a 35' MH pulling a toad, although the rig just fit in the pull through site. Friendly reception (son of owner) and good cable and WiFi. Would use it again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground. Everything you need but a pool. Sure, some of the sites are a little tight for a 40' RV, but there are many other sites that can easily accommodate big rigs. The trick is (and this applies to any RV park) to call ahead and make sure they can park you. The owners are the friendliest ever and even helped us park our rig, a nice touch. Lots of shade for hot summer days. Close to town and the mineral pools. Don't forget to visit the Wyoming Whiskey bourbon distillery 12 miles north of town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I agree that the interior roads and sites are very tight even for a 35' RV. However, it appears to be the best option in the town and is well-maintained and clean. As were were using it as a base camp for local sightseeing, the lack of a large site was not really an issue. Staff very friendly and accommodating. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've never been a campground that was this tight. Our 40 foot RV barely fit. In fact it stuck out into the lane slightly at each end. The people were friendly but if we'd seen the campground before making reservations we probably would have kept looking. We were busy sightseeing during the days and just needed a spot to sleep, so it didn't bother us too much, but I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In my opinion, this was probably the best of the three RV Parks within Thermopolis. The interior roads and sites are on packed gravel. Go slow because the roads are pot-holed. All of the utilities are at the back of the sites. You will probably need a long sewer and water hose to reach the utilities. This park is not big rig friendly. The sites are fairly long but the interior roads are sharp and a little narrow. The electrical voltage was good. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well in this park. There is Wi-Fi available but we did not use it. The bathroom and showers were clean. There are a number of long term residents in this park but their sites are tidy. There is little road noise at night but you can hear the trains in the distance. We would come back if we were in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed this campground. WI-FI was fast and there were many cable TV channels. Staff was friendly and helpful. We will stay here whenever in this area. Sites are gravel but level. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This park is very clean and attractive. Staff was helpful. Roads are dirt and sites are gravel. 50amps and water pressure are good. The sites are short and turns can be tight. Sites are level. We have a 40' motorhome and as far as I could tell there were only one or two sites that could accommodate our length, so I am glad we called in advance. Despite trees we were able to receive satellite TV, but not all sites would have this capability. Attractions are close by. Highway and train noise at night were not a problem. I would stay again if the same site was available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spent 3 days here. Very hard for large rigs to navigate. Our 5th wheel is 40 ft and had to stick out at one end or the other, made it tough for others to get by. Not good areas for dogs to do their duty, only gravel area unless you use county property along the road side. Hookups are way too far back in the space. Had to use 30ft of sewer hose and two water hoses to make hookups. Great TV though and plenty of shade for those hot days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Ths park is OK; not bad, but just OK. It doesn't seem to be big rig friendly since when in a pull-through site I was hanging out both ends until I unhooked and stowed my tow dolley. If I had my toad along instead, there would have been no problem. Sites were a little tight but manageable; it would have been worse if using slide-outs. The office staff was superb, one of the best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent stopover park, although lots of RV'ers there for the summer. Big shade trees, gravel roads and lots. No grass to speak of. Host friendly and helpful. Privacy fence all around. Short drive to Thermopolis State park and the pools there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
OK place. The big shade trees made the heat almost bearable and worth staying here, along with the many cable TV channels. Bathrooms were quite clean at noon, but that didn't last long since there are only 2 showers per gender. Manager/owner (?) was helpful, but this park has tight turns for big rigs. They will help navigate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground and the folks that own it are very helpful and nice. The showers and restrooms were very clean. We would definitely stay here again. The dog area is not a fenced area so your dogs must stay on the leash but there is area to walk them. The only draw back was that that the grounds are mostly gravel and it is dusty when folks are coming or going. This seems to be the norm for Wyoming though. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very tight spaces and narrow roads. Needed to ask people to move cars in order to get in/out of park. Pull through, gravel, level, exactly 40' long - we just fit and had to remove our trailer. Old ex KOA, friendly staff, but not well maintained. Lots of run down campers with long term residence. Wi-Fi was very slow and cable TV snowy. Rate above is Escapee's, but still high for what you get. Water & Electric worked well. Little road noise. Great location for visiting Free Hot Springs, Museums & Legion Rock - all worth the trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very small sites, but management was exceptionally helpful and friendly in getting us situated. Shade trees made a world of difference in comfort. Playground for children and very clean laundry facility. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice for a one night stay. This is a small park and sites are very tight. The whole park is gravel, including the small space between sites. It was full the night we stayed, and it was a challenge to get our 38' fifth wheel in and out. Did I say that sites are very close together? Not at all conducive to sitting outside, even though a few sites had metal fire "pits". But the staff was friendly, helpful, and the park is well-kept and clean, so we did like it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here as it is close to the Wyoming Dinosaur Center (highly recommended), our second visit. The sites are too small for large motorhomes. The site is wide enough but just barely. We stuck out about 6 feet on the front and back of our 34 ft. motorhome. This seems to be OK as the road is wide enough to allow this condition. Good gravel road and sites. Little grass available. Game equipment is provided for badmitton and horseshoes and a playground is available. Pet friendly but you either climb a hill over a road full of weeds or you go out to the front along the roadway to walk your dog. The laundry facility is inadequate with slow dryers and too few dryers. In the evening, the laundry filled with bugs attracted to the lights. Fair amount of road noise on this trip. For amenities provided, we believe this park is overpriced. We would look for another location if we return to Thermopolis. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The good things about this campground is that there are shade trees, is close to town,and good cable. The bad: sites way too short for bigger RV's. All were spilling over into the road; our slides were in jeopardy of being ripped off by exiting rigs. Reserved months in advance, size was supposed to be big enough for our rig. Trash dumpster overflowing with bags of trash, old junk next to campers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean and friendly. Our neighbors asked about a fire brazier for marshmallow roasting and the staff dropped one off and some wood! Spaces were tight but doable. Could get a little tight for big boys. Good place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Long gravel site but not very wide. Plenty of trees for shade. Cable TV and Wi-Fi which we found not very good. Clean restrooms and showers. Campground close to local shops and restaurants. Occasional train noise but it didn't bother us. We would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of high shade trees. Has dirt/gravel good roads, easy park pull through sites, big rig friendly. Not exactly where GPS puts you but the west end of town near the Shell station. Great hosts, milk shakes and horse shoes and a long dog area. Has modern, very clean rest/showers. Has molded plastic picnic benches. Has cabins. We'll go again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are in a 30 amp, 30 foot TT and with nothing but our converter running a few lights we are showing 100 to 103 volts at the pedestal. Electric meters showed better after most of the campers cleared out for the day. We are on the last row of 30 to 35 foot long so called pull throughs. Very, very tight turns in this park. You have to ask people to move their vehicles to maneuver this park. The hosts here are nice and helpful, the park is clean, but we would not stay here again because of worry of low voltage and the possibility of being hit by departing camping rigs. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is clean, family and children friendly, and has facilities including family BBQ area, laundry room, and store. The sites are very small, making it difficult to maneuver an RV and the neighbor's sewer hose was right next to our picnic table. The sites are also gravel, but the campground is very nice. We were right by the street light and were swatting small bugs in our camper for at least 30 minutes after it got dark. We didn't go out at night after that, for that reason. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
On our way from Cheyenne to Cody we stayed overnight in this park. It is relatively small and tight but we saw even the biggest rigs parked (with unhooked tow vehicles). The atmosphere is great and the owner went out of her way to please the kids at the reception and during the 4th of July fireworks. Very clean facilities. WiFi was very good. A feel good park where we would definitely stay again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I love this park. We chose Eagle based solely on the reviews from this site. Yes, the sites are tight, but do-able. Everything in the park is immaculate. This park provides that family campground feel, that so many others try to. The owners are friendly and helpful. I'm not sure when we'll be back to Thermopolis, but I already know where we'll stay. This is absolutely a "family" park!!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our site was narrow and difficult to get out of as there were landscape timbers marking site and a tight turn to get out of the site. The black water hookup was located to the rear of the site so we had to back up to connect and empty our tanks. Campground was clean and staff was friendly and courteous. Nice dog walk area. Sites were close together. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice, clean, well maintained CG. Owners are very nice, friendly, and helpful. Sites are a little tight, but not a problem in a 40' MH. Definitely the nicest place in town to stay. While here, visit the state bath house for a mineral soak. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wasn't planning on stopping in Thermopolis but I'm glad I did. This park has it all together. The lots are level, there is grass, the Wi-Fi works great, the cable TV is good and all for a reasonable price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed one night in this park, thank heavens. The office looked like an old KOA. It was "extremely" tight navigating to our site in a motorhome. Sites were located in every direction, making no sense. We were with a group of motorhomes that made advance reservations and were guaranteed pull-through sites, so we wouldn't have to unhook toads. Arriving there, we were told the majority would have to remove toads. They were a Passport America campground, but would not give us that rate stating that when the reservation was made no one mentioned PA. That was not the case. One woman staff member was rude and belligerent. I would NOT recommend this park to anyone! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed only one night. Staff was very friendly and our campsite was ok. We did not unhook: the staff helped out as to where to park at site. Overall it was a clean and nice park. We would return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed three nights at this RV park. We found it to be very clean and enjoyable. The space we had was large enough even for the largest rigs. Some vehicles had to park next to the office, but was within close distance to their RV. The owners were very friendly and helpful. While we were in town, we checked out the other RV parks and we would definitely stay at this park again. "The milkshakes were wonderful". We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There are only two Thermopolis parks reviewed here, but there are numerous RV parks in the city. The lady at the office was very nice and helpful and they escorted us to the site. The spaces are short so our 31' barely fit. The sites were gravel and narrow but adequate. The park is in a good location for Thermpolis. We highly recommend visiting the free Hot Springs State Park for a nice 20 minute soak. We camped here in a Motorhome.
On our tour thru Wyoming we stayed three days two nights here. The park itself is very well kept, great trees and areas. The owners were very helpful about local info and made us feel very welcome. Should we come this way again I will say we will not stop here, the reason being is the park has very "tight spaces", there simply is not enough room for half the RV's in here; the spaces are short and close together. Flower barrels in the park make it hard to turn into spaces. The parking is a nightmare we had to back our truck out just to leave the park to go to town. The park is spotless, very quiet, however far too crowded for the spots they have. Average length for a good stay here would be 25 feet or so, its a matter of parking logistics. The fellow next to us in 5th wheel is simply worried about being able to get out of the park when he leaves. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park if you are just traveling through the area and not inclined to spend a lot of time. While some "big rig" folks have complaints, and don't they all, we found the accommodations quite adaquate for our small "C" class unit. The folks that own the park are very friendly and seem willing to bend over backwards to handle any problem that arises. They were even helpful with where to go and what to see around the area. Not to sound negative, nor anti review, but sometimes those that are posting the negative remarks should look around at what's available near the park they are critiqueing and figure out that where they were may just have been the best available for 100 miles. Our experience with this park was such that we will return on our next trip west through Wyoming, without hesitation We camped here in a Motorhome.
Office staff very friendly. Restrooms & showers very clean. Wi-Fi was a little weak but was up most of the time. The downside is the spaces are very small. Don't expect to store your tow vehicle in the same spot as your rig. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
From what we saw, this is one of the better parks in Thermopolis. Our site was perfectly level gravel. There was a nice lawn area with a picnic table. The sites were about normal for a commercial park. The shorter sites require unhooking to fit. The Wi-Fi and cable were excellent. It was convenient to all the local attractions. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
For us, this park was extremely claustrophobic!!!! The roads were extremely narrow, especially for big rigs. In one spot, we could even maneuver around a hard right turn. All of the sites are narrow, with very little space between them. Of the 32 sites, only a handful will accommodate big rigs. Because of all the trees, none of the sites can get a satellite signal, although there is cable available, and the wi-fi was good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Signage to campground good. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Tight access roads to sites particularly for big rigs. Gravel sites are level but narrow. Services are at back of site which made hook-up a little awkward. All sites are within trees. Electricity solid and water pressure good. A small but well maintained campground on edge of town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Restrooms & showers were clean, free and reasonable size. Water pressure in shower is a problem when the toilets flush. Site is level. The surface is new gravel and moderately hard. Sites are adequate but could be wider. Site access is a little tight and the park roads are gravel. They do have Wi-Fi that is at least average. No noise and not many lights, enough to see without a flashlight but not too much. Owners are fairly new, working on the park to make it better, friendly and helpful people. We stayed for 4 nights. Went to the Hot Springs park and the history museum. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Ditto all the other reviews. Nice park with tight sites. Could use WIFI and a pool - it was 107 the day we were there. Road construction right outside the park made it impossible to leave the park on foot, a hassle to leave and return by car during our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We would class the park as a "tight" big rig park. The sites were narrow but comfortable enough. Our back-in site was kind of difficult to get in and out of. The park was a "comfortable" park and the hosts were very friendly but very busy. Sites and roads were gravel. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose this park due to its location; we were scheduled to do a white water raft trip the next day and the outfitter is located next door. As a result the park owners graciously allowed us to check out early in the afternoon rather than at the regular check out time so that we could clean up after the trip. The sites are close together and the pull throughs are not very long; some guests chose to park their vehicles in the parking lot rather than at their sites. Nevertheless, we were fortunate enough to obtain a site at the end of a row which allowed us to fudge our vehicle into the pull through. There are pull throughs that are long enough to accommodate motorhomes, however. The park offers the sand box style pads for tents and a sheltered area with 5 to 6 picnic tables for groups. Although it is located off the highway traffic noise was not a problem. We enjoyed the great shade and clean RR/shower facilities. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The only reason I down rated this park is it's extremely tight quarters. The pull thrus are long enough for a big rig, barely. It is tight and may take some maneuvering getting in and out. Lots of trees and some grass. Nice playground for children. A lot of tenters come and go on the weekends. Otherwise, a very nice park and helpful managers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great, friendly owners. This was a KOA park many many years ago. The owner has kept the trees trimmed so that the big rigs do not have a problem getting into spaces. Do call ahead though as not all spaces will accommodate a big rig. The shade trees are welcome during the summer and with cable TV (fee) and free WiFi, the trees do not present a problem for accessing satellites since you do not need them. The park is close to a number of amazing sites and you can soak for free in one of two mineral pools at the State Park. There are also a couple of fee type pools with slides for the kids. The owners will drop you off up-river with "tubes" and you can float back to the campground! We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park with great owner/managers. The park is very clean and has amenities for families. The setting is very relaxing with the Wind River just across the street. The milk shakes are great, also. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is pretty junky. Spaces are extremely tight and they were experiencing sewer problems when we were there so you could smell open sewer most of the time. Park is very unkempt and one could easily tell that very little money is spent on upkeep. We would not return here unless it was a last resort. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
FOY RV Park. Nice people, fairly relaxed environment, beautiful water. Probably better in your own self-sufficient rigs as showers were not felt as sanitary; but there is a peace that comes with this spring water that cannot be explained. You must stay at least a week to leave understanding what is said. This deep peace seems to be a very we'll kept secret of this mysterious, beautiful area of the world. that is about all I can say because the waters stoled the show. I bottled some up at the source right where it comes out of the ground & we drink it & use it in our hair & on our skin in our creams. Floated around resting for hours on a drooping swim Matt for fun. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Reason for the low number is the unlevel sites, had to use a board under one side just to start leveling. It was a little tight but I had no problem with my 40 foot 5th wheel, just went slow. The Wi-Fi and staff were excellent. Given what we had and the active train track within 50 feet, I thought the price was a little high. Yes, there is a hot spring pool to use but site cost was still too high. I would still recommend the park and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Yup, this park has seen its best days long ago. Appliances in restrooms and showers are old and jittery, there is neither paper towels nor a hand dryer in the restroom. Upon check-in there is no explanation where restrooms/showers, laundry etc. are or if there is WiFi and if you need a password to use it - you have to ask for this. Here and there is a little bit of trash around and the sites are not well maintained. You need quarters for the showers. I'm definitely not the spoiled kind and since there weren't any other real problems I'd be willing to put up with all these shortcomings if they didn't charge 34 USD per night. Won't stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is not only an RV park, it's an experience! Due to other reviews, we were cautious, so unhooked in town, and drove the 2 miles here to look it over, and decided to come in for two nights. The quirky clerk was polite, but reserved, til I asked his name, then he warmed right up. A friendly woman escorted us to our site. The sites accommodate all sizes, with a few saved for big rigs. Yes, the place is cosmetically challenged, but we had: full hookups, good Wi-Fi, a small patio with grill, and the largest mineral pool I've ever seen. It's beautiful and natural and included in the fee. (As another reviewer mentioned, no long list of rules!) Where else can you float at leisure in therapeutic warm water, while viewing gorgeous Wind River Valley terrain, plus see a train go by?! The trains do not blast their horns, by the way. The laundry room was fine ($1.25 to wash), and we met very friendly and interesting folks from all over, including locals, who come here for the water. We enjoyed Thermopolis: the state park, the dinosaur museum, a rodeo, bison in the pasture, cute shops. Kirby which is 12 miles away, has Wyoming Whiskey distillery with tours, and Butch's Burgers. We would return here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wow, this park is really run down. Weeds, junk and trash throughout. The pictures of how this place used to look made me sad because it is now run down and ratty. I enjoyed the hot springs pool, but other than I can't say much good about the place. Showers and restrooms were so bad we did not use them. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall, decent park. My one real complaint was the showers. You had to pay to use them, and then the water that came out of them was the same sulfur hot springs water in the pool! I was pretty irritated by that, but otherwise I really loved this place. We camped here in a Tent.
The park was nice and quiet, the spots a little tight to get in to with a large fifth wheel, but the staff was excellent and helpful. Warning that the GPS directions from Thermopolis are not quite as clear as they could be, do NOT try to go through the Hot Springs Park, the underpass for the railroad is 12 foot and we lost an AC unit by misjudging it. Use the highway to the left and go around the park and it is easy to find: at least now we know! The pools are warm and relaxing, interesting to see the natural hot springs in the park! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at this RV Park many times in the last 25 years and have never had a bad experience. We really enjoy soaking in the large hot mineral pool. It has a little sulfur smell but I think that the benefits of the hot mineral water outweigh the smell. There is a stage set up at the pool and many evenings throughout the summer the owner will sing which is very enjoyable. Also he will have a small Church service on Sunday mornings. I would recoment this park to anyone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a junk yard. The park has junk in every corner. The dumpster was overflowing when we arrived but was emptied by the third day of our visit. The sites are very close, my awning was about two feet from the neighbors slide and their sewer dump was next to our slab. The sewer system backed up at least three times during our stay. The showers are pay showers. We had some relatives stay in the guest house and it was filthy and infested with rodents. The mineral hot springs have an odor and we were prepared for that, but the entire campground stunk from the poor sewer system. This place is very run down. The sites are semi-level. My trailer hitch was almost to the ground to get the trailer level. Wi-Fi was non-existent. There are train tracks near the park but there was not a lot of train traffic. For the money, this was a complete rip off. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We only stayed one night. Did not use showers since they were pay. No one around when we arrived and waited until we saw someone to check in. Sites are tight getting into and out of for bigger RVs. Wi-Fi very sporadic. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not where I had planned to stay, but glad I found it. Located on the North side of town. Friendly staff. Hot springs on site. Pull through with plenty of maneuvering room and open space, vs the competition in town. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fountain of youth RV camping with mineral hot springs! Included in the cost is unlimited use of the warm and hot mineral swimming pools. Please note: mineral does mean there is a sulfur smell at the pool and in the campgrounds. I had a great time swimming and lounging in the warm waters in late afternoon and again in the evening - the pool is open 7am to 9:30pm. No band played poolside at night this time we stayed. A short drive into town took us to the historic mineral spring terraces, the fantastical white sulfur spring, and then through the bison park. The sites are gravel, not quite level, and the campground in general could benefit from a bit of sprucing-up and updating. I visit for the pool and the Big Horn River aka Wind River. I will be back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
For those who have used this park in the past, it is just the same as always. It is older with tight spaces, but everyone has a patio, picnic table and a grill. The power is good. The pool is cleaned weekly and fresh water is exchanged several times a day. It is mineral water and has stuff in it. This has been a bad bug season everywhere, use a spray. There is a small pile of stuff to recycle. Would stay here again and enjoy the rustic pool which is so nice with any temp you want. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The only positive I can come up with is good Wi-Fi at our site which was in view of the office/residence. Otherwise, this park is unkempt with clutter, trash, junk, dirt, leaves, weeds, etc. everywhere. There is no maintenance or cleaning of the park or facilities. There is a pile of rusty slides, rotten wood, old tires, and foot high weeds near the entrance. A big dumpster for aluminum cans is overflowing with cans and bags all around it. Dirt near the restrooms, showers, and pool could be shoveled. After 15 minutes in the pool surrounded by scum, algae and bugs we went to the state park. We will never stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We would not rate this campground a 10 because we've stayed at newer, fancier, pricier, cleaner, quieter parks, but never have we enjoyed one any more than this one. The lady who showed us to our site by the RR tracks was not only very friendly but volunteered her nursing knowledge for us. And the other guests were very easy going and comfortable to talk to. There was a diversity of income levels present judging by the trailer and tent sites. We try not to use showers/restrooms and didn't here, so can't comment, although the laundry was fine. Many campers had come there for years. One couple told us they'd come for some very long time, like 35 years or so. I can't think of a gripe we had, although some might be bothered by train traffic. Personally, it reminds me of my childhood, and I sure wasn't awakened by it. There was also overhead air traffic, commonly encountered in the west where it's just a long way to the next big city. We stumbled onto this park and enjoyed the pools so much we extended our stay. Surely will return if we have the opportunity. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It has full hookups, including electric. It is a nice campground with hot springs to swim in. It is a little pricey, but worth it for the hot springs and electric hookups, especially in 102 weather. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A little crowded, but very friendly. We were not insulted with a list of rules first thing. They treated us as adults. We enjoyed the hot pools and would stay here again. No check out time which suits us, hate to feel rushed by parks wanting you out before noon. Common courtesy is all that is needed, not rules and more rules. My favorite RV park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Only thing this park had going for it, was the on site swimming in the Hot Springs. If we were not going to use this it would not be worth staying here. The site was a bit dusty and the parking was not level. The showers were small concrete cubicles, not very clean, with no air ventilation. I thought I saw a large spider web with spider! (Had it been true, my daughter and some other people might have gotten a show with me running outside!) At around 3:30 AM we felt we had a train running through our camper with the whistle blowing! Had not realized the tracks were so close. Also the highway is right above the park. One other possible good thing going, was that it did have some shade. WiFi was available but to get on we were told that we should sit closer to the office as the trees (?) could interfere with it. Never was able to get on. We would not stay here again, but looking at the other RV Parks, we probably would not stay in Thermopolis. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We have visited this park several times over the years, but finally reached a 'last straw' moment on our two trips this year. The park had always been a bit unkempt and crowded (your neighbor’s sewer is a few feet away from your unmovable picnic table and BBQ), but in the last while it appears the owner/operator has decided to maximize profits by increasing rates and overcrowding the park. On our last visit, upon confirming our reservation and paying $92 for two days, we were led by the owner to a weedy, bug-filled field by the garbage cans (no service hookups either). Thinking it was some sort of joke, I went to ask the owner what was going on. He shrugged his shoulders, said reservations were not guaranteed, and after a lot of discussion, offered up a $3 (yes, three bucks!) discount. After a family discussion, we decided to cut our vacation short and left. On the previous visit, we actually got a real campsite (!), but awoke the next morning to find a large RV parked two feet from our 5th wheel rear bumper. Apparently, the grass tenting spots located behind most of the RV spots are now routinely housing not tents but large RVs. So, we had 3 RVs parked within 10 ft of our 5th wheel, making it feel more like a RV sales lot than a campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is by far, the worst campground I have ever stayed in. Weeds, dirty, rundown. The mineral pools look inviting, until you get in. We were told that they were cleaned that morning. We only stayed in a couple of minutes because of the scum, algae, dog waste floating, etc. We went to town to the free state bath house. We only stayed one night and only that because we could not find anyplace else to park. We drove through in the car before taking the motor home out, then drove around town looking for a parking lot or some place else, but had no choice. Moved the next morning to the other park in town. (Much nicer and less expensive, too). We WILL NOT stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff was friendly and the pools were nice to use. Has many large shade trees and grass between sites. Bathrooms were clean, but didn't use the shower. The store was closed during our entire visit, the playground has equipment in pieces, when we arrived there was garbage left at the site next to us, and there is junk stored around the perimeter of the park: cars, trailers, etc. If we stayed here again it would be for the pools. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park, but kept in decent shape. It has a great hot springs pool included in the price (might be why $20 rate for 1 person is about $10 less than rate for 2 campers) The river side is quite a bit quieter than the highway side, but Wi-Fi reception starts getting iffy towards the end. The staff is friendly and helpful, but had to hunt them down when checking in as they lock the office when out & about in the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is adjacent to a very busy highway. Too much traffic to sleep with the windows open. RR tracks on the other side. Tight roads, tight sites, very rundown park with trash and abandoned parts and vehicles all over. The owners are nice, but this place could use a lot of TLC. Stayed here because of the on-site hot spring pools. We did use them but thought they could be a little cleaner. Price way too high for the condition of the park. We would not return! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has a number of minuses and one huge plus. The grounds themselves are a bit run down and the sites are small and dusty. The bathrooms were utterly disgusting; worse than a bad gas station. (None of my family would shower there once in the 3 days we spent.) But the mineral hot springs pool that is part of the camp is magnificent. It's huge and has 3 sections, hot, hotter and really really really hot. It's almost magical and my kids and I spent hours were day just bobbing and drifting in the water talking with the other guests. So if you can hack a really gross bathroom (or you travel "self contained") definitely consider this place. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Big Attraction-two Natural Springs hot water pools- one warm-the other warmer. They were great! Showers took quarters-two will get it done. We have stayed here twice because of the hot springs and will stay again next year. Owners are friendly, and this year had entertainment by the pools. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overall, the campground is nice. Owners are very courteous and helpful, willing to help you out if you have a problem (or forgot your hoses). Mineral pools are great, he is trying to find a way to clean quicker. WiFi is spotty, but no charge to use it if you are able to get it. Not exactly quiet, with noise / music from patrons as well as Ron's concerts, but are tolerable. Ron isn't a bad singer either. Then come the trains. They are close enough that you can just about hit the train with a rock. Showers are pay-type. As the other reviewer stated, Space #14 is right next to another ht spring. It bubbles and gurgles all through the night, smell is overwhelming of rotten eggs. Oh, there is a rotten egg throughout the park, but the same smell is throughout Thermopolis as well. It is from the hot mineral springs. If you are coming in late at night, no problem. If you want a pull through, just drop the flag / rope that leads through the grass area, and pull into a spot. Check in in the morning. There isn't really any set check-in / check-out time, which makes it nice. Won't be long until it is abused, I am sure. Would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stay away from site 14 next to Maytag well,showers cost $1.00 not very clean, giant pool divided into two, one 98 degrees, other at 103- 106 degrees, this park has new owner who is really trying to improve over what used to be, I would stay at this park again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Small, clean, safe and well maintained. Not fancy & not the best place for kids functions. Ideal location to see this area & owners also own one of the best restaurants if not the best in town. Staff leaves you alone but helps in anyway if asked. We stayed 4 days to see this area and have no complaints. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner/manager was rude and had a careless attitude towards my wife and me. We had planned on staying two nights, but with highway traffic all night and many pedestrians wandering in and out of the campground, we left as soon as the sun came up. Bathroom and showers were dirty and unkempt. It was close to McDonald's is about it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Don't bother. Manager/owner extremely indifferent. Cable was very limited. No Fox News. Very close to main highway (15 feet) and noisy. No laundry facilities. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.