Thermopolis Wyoming

Nestled among the foothills of the Owl Creek Mountains and resting beside the Big Horn River lies Thermopolis, Wyoming. It is one of those small picturesque Western towns where the altitude is higher than the population (altitude 4500, population 3200), and is renowned for its World’s Largest Mineral Hot Spring and beautiful surroundings. The Big Horn Springs are located throughout Hot Springs County.

Thermopolis WyomingLargely tourism, oil and gas, farming, ranching, recreation and health care support the economy of Thermopolis. We boast no state or personal income tax, no corporate income tax and no inventory tax. We enjoy a low sales and property tax, which makes Hot Springs County a successful place to live and do business.

Thermopolis, county seat of Hot Springs County, offers one county library, three banks, a weekly newspaper, three radio stations, full service hospital and rehabilitation center, Big Horn Basin Children’s Center, and active Senior Citizen Center, senior housing and a nursing home.

Thermopolis is approximately 150 miles from the East Gate of Yellowstone National Park. We are centralized for access to major airports such as Cody, Billings, Casper and Denver. We also offer the services of a local airport and interstate bus line.

For outdoor recreation and family fun, Thermopolis, Wyoming is a year around haven for anyone who enjoys nature at its most spectacular. For more information please contact the Thermopolis-Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce.