Fountain Of Youth RV Park Thermopolis
Where is it at?
Fountain Of Youth RV Park
250 North Highway 20
Tel: 307 864-3265
Where are we going today?
Head on down for a day, a weekend, a week, or even all summer! Fountain Of Youth RV Park would be happy to have you!
There are a host of nearby attractions which the RV Park would be an ideal location to use as a base. The beautiful Hot Springs National Park, magnificent Buffalo Herd, the breathtaking Wind River Canyon, float trips and fishing trips for those water lovers, energetic rock climbing, cultural art museums, Hell's Kitchen (no, not the TV show!), Gebo Ghost Town, Swinging Bridge, Safari Wild Game Display....phew we are exhausted at the list and it's not even everything!
The park have picnic tables at most of the RV sites, and they have lots of grass and trees for kids to play and parents to enjoy the shade.
If you don't have an RV there are cabins that can sleep up to six people, but just make sure you bring your own sheets, pillow and blankets. They are super cozy!
The park also has a large mineral pool that you can cool off and splash about in, as well as a mineral spa! If you're lucky enough to be there on Labor Day you can enjoy the special breakfast in the pool! Kids you can enjoy their super fun playground and give horseshoes a go!
There is a coin laundry, marble hot showers, and grills you can use for cooking.
Almost sounds like you could just holiday in the park and never leave!
What is there to do?
There are numerous events in the Thermopolis area! The fairgrounds in Thermopolis are only about 8 minutes way, there are the Hot Springs, hiking, wildlife, museums, natural wonders, golfing, hunting, fishing....so much to see and do!
How much does it cost?
- Full hook up $35 - $41 (based on 2 people - additional persons $6) / day
- Full hook up Pay for 6 nights get the 7th night free! / week
- Tents $27 - $35 (based on 2 people - additional persons $6) / day
Facilities on site
Large Mineral Pool and spa (nice!), full hook ups and pull throughs, coin laundry and marble hot showers, RV Storage, a playground, ice, fishing, Visa is accepted and there is free wifi.
When can we go?
There are grills with the picnic tables that you can use to cook. .
Any Top Tips?
The park boasts the third largest hot mineral pool in the world! The pool is fed by the Sacajawea "hot springs", named for the Indian Squaw who led Lewis and Clark to the Pacific. (fun fact!) At an elevation of 3,947 feet, the toasty warm 100 degree Fahrenheit pool will be sure to relax you! .
Need a little extra help?
There is a handicap pool ramp. .