Thermopolis, the home of WPH, is the southern-most municipality in the Big Horn Basin.
Our friendly community is surrounded by mountain ranges, which include the Bridger Mountains to the southeast, the Owl Creek Mountains to the southwest, the Big Horn Mountains to the northeast and the Absaroka Mountains to the northwest. Roundtop Mountain sits on the northern edge of town and is a unique geological formation shaped much like a volcano. It reaches approximately 6,000 feet above sea level and is the highest point in the immediate area. Boysen Reservoir is a large lake created by Boysen Dam approximately 17 miles south of Thermopolis. Boysen Reservoir is inhabited by many species of fish including walleye, perch, northern pike, and multiple species of trout.
Hot Springs State Park
WPH sits on 5 ½ acres in Wyoming’s first state park, Hot Springs State Park. The park has natural mineral hot springs that supply water to two commercial pool facilities, as well as a state-owned bath house. The park has 6.2 miles of universally accessible hiking trails and a walkway beside the Big Horn River. Many people consider the waters in the park to be healing and the climate in Thermopolis to be milder than other places in Wyoming.
Hot Springs County Hospital, Red Rock Family Practice and Gottche Rehabilitation Center are all within walking distance of WPH.