Cactus Inn

Address: 605 South 6th Street, Thermopolis, Wyoming, 82443, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 605 South 6th Street, Thermopolis, is near Hot Springs State Park, Wyoming Dinosaur Center, and Outlaw Trail Ride.
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Travel Blogs from Thermopolis

An easy Century?

A travel blog entry by cameronstone on Jun 17, 2014

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Today was a 102 mile ride but it was one of the easiest rides we've had. The entire day was a slight downhill grade with a prominent tail wind. While on the bike we were averaging 23-25 mph for the whole day. This was a great moral booster for the team seeing as how every member finished that started the day. The town we stayed in ...

Wind River Canyon ~ Wyoming

A travel blog entry by lounik on May 27, 2014

6 comments, 35 photos

... arrived in Wind River Canyon, Wyoming..we've driven through here several times & always vowed to come back and hang out a while... so happily, here we are...

the Owl ...

Hot springs and the Fountain of Youth!

A travel blog entry by gvw on Jul 13, 2013

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Saturday 13th
Left Gillette and heading east once more. We took a little detour and visited Devil's Tower National Monument after crossing the Wyoming border. Climbed over the Big Horn Mountains which was quite a haul almost climbing up to 10,000 ft. Very scenic, snow up on the peaks, but then travelled back down to the western side of the range to very dry land.

The Big-Mouthed Bass at Wind River Canyon!!!

A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy on Jun 20, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... into the Boysen State Park in the Wind River Canyon and parked right beside the Lake.
After setting up for the night Ed wandered down to the edge of the lake and threw a line in, with just a little lure on. Next minute he is back with a Big-mouthed Bass, quite a decent size. He asked some of the other campers what it was and could we eat it. Their jaws hit the ground before they told us that they had been coming to this lake for years and had never ...

In hot water again....

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Oct 02, 2012

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... to Yellowstone. We decided to take a "wait and see attitude". Instead of heading to Cody, we drove over the Powder River Pass to Thermopolis which would give us several options the next day. If the weather held, we could drive either to Cody or to Dubois en route to Yellowstone or Grand Tetons, respectively. If the weather turned bad, we could head south to Utah. With this wishy washy plan, we drove into Thermopolis, which to our surprise is home to ...

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