Paintbrush Inn

Address: 605 S 6th St, Thermopolis, Wyoming, 82443-3201, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 605 S 6th St, Thermopolis, is near Hot Springs State Park, Wyoming Dinosaur Center, and Outlaw Trail Ride.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking
        • Kitchenette
        • Pets allowed


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        TripAdvisor Reviews Paintbrush Inn Thermopolis

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        Travel Blogs from Thermopolis

        An easy Century?

        A travel blog entry by cameronstone on Jun 17, 2014

        1 photo

        ... Shoshoni, was a modern day ghost town. There was a mushroom mill that shutdown in the late 90's so now every building on main street but two or three are deserted with broken windows. One of the shops that was open was a little ma and pa burger joint and here I tried my first set of Rocky Mountain Oysters. Not sure what I thought of ...

        Wind River Canyon ~ Wyoming

        A travel blog entry by lounik on May 27, 2014

        6 comments, 35 photos

        ... capturing wildlife
        however, once in a while we get lucky :)


        In hot water again....

        A travel blog entry by beadledove on Oct 02, 2012

        5 photos

        ... of individual columns, "igneous intrusion" is the geologic term. Various tribes of the area have a legend about a giant bear clawing the walls of the tower trying to get at some of the first humans, creating the gouged mountainsides. The site has been extremely popular with climbers since pioneer days, creating a bit of controversy. Native Americans feel that it is a sacred site and resent what they feel is a desecration by climbers. A ...

        Thermopolis, a garden of eden.

        A travel blog entry by pyoots on May 23, 2011

        3 comments, 10 photos

        ... later, pioneers that came to bask in the healing liquids. While part of the town relies on agriculture, the state park draws multitudes to the thermal baths.

        Mom lived in Thermopolis in the autumn of her life and enjoyed the hospitality, warm spirit, and sincerity of the town folks. She was at home here. Today, she is laid to rest in Monument Hill Cemetery located above the town and a spectacular view of surrounding countryside. ...

        Day 48

        A travel blog entry by mhartsell on Jul 21, 2010

        5 comments, 30 photos

        ... be streaming down from the springs is now grey. Headed for the North Gate and Hwy.212, first I had to get a couple pic's of the Fly fishing Mecca. the Yellowstone River..........Pic's are for you Jacob. we have got to get out here SOON.

        Then it was onward to 212, bur oop's a Ta-Tonka, two Ta-Tonka's then a whole heard completely blocked the road for an hour and a half. I am not kidding they were walking all ...