Thermopolis Chamber of Commerce

119 South 6th St. • Thermopolis, WY 82443
Phone: 307-864-3192 • Toll Free: 877-864-3192
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The Thermopolis Chamber of Commerce is located in the Wax Museum one block off Main Street.

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Founded in 1897, Thermopolis is a small northwestern Wyoming community nestled at the southern end of the Big Horn Basin. Thermopolis is known throughout the region as a desirable community because of its excellent year-round climate, beautiful surroundings, and friendly people who eagerly welcome visitors as well as new residents. These amenities and many others combine to make Thermopolis a wonderful place to live, work, and play.

Realizing the inherent value of the community as a tourist destination and an ideal place to raise a family, the Thermopolis Chamber of Commerce strives to promote the community’s economic and social vitality. In addition to providing new residents with a wealth of relevant area statistics, the Chamber is a one-stop tourist spot for directions and information regarding area attractions.

Planning a visit to Thermopolis and Hot Springs County? Be sure to visit the area’s top attractions and museums. Marvel at the Wind River Canyon’s beauty, take a plunge in the world’s largest mineral hot springs, visit Hot Springs State Park, learn about buffalo and Native American history at the Buffalo Pasture and Legend Rock Petroglyphs, travel back in time at the Old West Wax Museum and the Wyoming Dinosaur Center, or recall fond childhood memories at the Teddy Bear Museum. The Hot Springs County Cultural Museum is also a must-see place for intriguing information about regional history and development.

Looking for a more active vacation? Thermopolis delivers with a variety of outdoor pursuits. Anglers can test their skills while searching for walleye and trout on the Big Horn River and Wind River, and hunters are rewarded with easy access to elk, deer, antelope, moose, bear, sheep, and other large game. The rivers also serve as excellent choices for both whitewater rafters and those who prefer to enjoy summer more leisurely on a float tube ride. Nearby, Boysen State Park, Dam, and Reservoir provide hours of boating, swimming, and waterskiing fun, while those who prefer to stay closer to town may wish to play nine holes on the well-maintained Thermopolis Golf Course.

In addition to its reputation as the world’s hot springs capital, Thermopolis is also known as Horse Town USA. Hire a guide or explore the area’s numerous trails on your own on a scenic horseback ride. Visitors can also check out the works of the community’s custom saddlemakers, pick up western décor and clothing at an array of downtown shops, or sample the wrangling life while spending a week on a guest ranch.

Complete with shopping, nightlife, and a variety of lodging and dining options, Thermopolis makes any vacation memorable. For complete area information, contact the Thermopolis Chamber of Commerce so you too can discover the desirability of this friendly Wyoming community!

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