3 Parks near Thermopolis, Wyoming
Jul 2015 - $24.00
It will take about 30 minutes to get to Thermopolis, but well worth the beautiful drive. The campsite offered level pull through sites with full hookup, only 2 miles from "downtown". The onsite owner/manager and his son were friendly and helpful. Cable TV worked well. Like most sites, though wifi was advertised it was severely overtaxed and very slow unless you sat outside the office at midnight. - Ncw
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This is an older campground that tries to squeeze in as many sites as possible. According to the manager, our site can accommodate a 40 - 45 foot RV. Our rig is approximately 32 feet and just fit into the site without sticking out on the road. We had to park our truck elseware. We had to ask our neighbors to move their vehicles so we can leave in the morning.
All of the interior roads and sites were on packed gravel. There was very little space between the sites. The water and electrical box was on the appropriate side but located way in the back. All of the sites had 20/30/50 amp service and the voltage was OK - hovering around 119 volts.
The sites were reasonable leveled. All sites had a picnic table and fire pit. WiFi was available but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. The bathroom was clean and contained 3 showers. The laundry contained 3 washers ($1.75) and 3 dryers ($1.00 for 45 minutes).
This campground was filled during our stay and it was very, very tight. Vehicles were parked all over the place. We would probably avoid this campground but in my opinion it the best campground in Thermopolis.
Best bet for large rigs is to get a back-in site. - adsaxs
Jun 2015 - $35.00
We had to back out of our site to let a fifth wheel go into the spot in front of us. He had to pass through our site. Very tight, close spots. Utilities worked. Verizon worked. Satellite worked. Neighbors so close their cigarette smoke filled our MH. Dog area was a muddy lane back to a bunch of junk. Dumpsters were overflowing, traffic noise included cars racing down the road at 11 PM. Price was very high for what you got. Do not believe all the long termers were paying anywhere close to what we paid.
We had hoped to spend a few days in the area, left after one night. - CN USA
Mar 2016 - $37.00
We are huge fans of all types of hot springs and pools, and that gives a big boost to this place. They have two huge outdoor pools, which we had to ourselves. This is definitely an older park that could use a lot of talc. The sites are very close together and the drives are also tight, so bigger outfits might have trouble maneuvering in here. Roads and sites are old gravel with grass and trees between. Each had a picnic table. The bathrooms were ancient and could definitely have been cleaner. The showers are pay and are little cell rooms that were not very appealing. The owner was very friendly. No cell service, but the wifi was speller with no one else in the park. Despite the negatives, I would do an overnight here again just to soak in the pools! - ALbums
Aug 2015 - $50.00
New owners rude! Trash everywhere, bathrooms smelled like they haven't, been cleaned in a week, showers slick with mold and mildew, pool slimey, did I mention new owners are rude?!?, sites too close and not maintained between guest visits, new owners threatened to physically harm us for breaking unposted rules ( smoking in pool area), left after 2 hrs, had to threaten to call the police for assistance to get $$ back. Never again!! - theandersonz
Aug 2015 - $77.00
We were on our way home from Yellowstone and needed an overnight stop and found this campground. We were not sure what to expect due to the reviews we read online (not very good), but when we called another campground in the area, which was full, they informed us that the campgrounds had new owners and that the old reviews may not be totally accurate. We were happy we decided to stay there, our site was a nice size (we had a pull thru with full hookups), the WiFi worked well and the mineral hot springs pool was a wonderful experience (though you do have to get use to the smell of sulfurous - common in mineral hot springs). The owners were very nice and are working on fixing areas in the campground, but everything takes time and they have only owned it since March. It was a great experience and would recommend staying there. - KMorgan
Sep 2014 - $33.00
Great little stop right in downtown Thermopolis. Yes, it's right next to the highway but traffic dies by 8pm and it's easy sleeping. This is an older park but the restrooms were immaculate. Not a resort, but a great place for a short stay. I will definitely stay here again. - ldukeb
Jul 2013 - $31.00
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. - Noghost
Jun 2009 - $26.00
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. - rla