RV Rentals Thermopolis, Wyoming

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Winnebago Fuse 23T

Winnebago Fuse 23T

2018 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 4
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74.1 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$275
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Grand Design Imagine 3250BH

Grand Design Imagine 3250BH

2020 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 9
Offers Delivery
74.8 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$119
PER NIGHT
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Keystone RV Springdale 179QBWE

Keystone RV Springdale 179QBWE

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 4
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73.3 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$135
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Keystone RV Hideout Single Axle 175LHS

Keystone RV Hideout Single Axle 175LHS

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 6
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73.6 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$110
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Dutchmen RV Aspen Trail 2750BHS

Dutchmen RV Aspen Trail 2750BHS

2017 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 10
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99.0 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$145
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Four Winds RV Four Winds 29R

Four Winds RV Four Winds 29R

2007 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 8
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74.3 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$125
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Keystone Outback 250TR

Keystone Outback 250TR

2014 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 6
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73.0 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$225
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Keystone RV Hideout 315RDTS

Keystone RV Hideout 315RDTS

2017 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 6
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61.7 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$150
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Weekend Warrior Extralite NS2200

Weekend Warrior Extralite NS2200

2017 / Toy Hauler
Sleeps 6
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71.4 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$210
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Hallmark  CUCHURA

Hallmark CUCHURA

2015 / Pop-up Camper
Sleeps 4
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82.9 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$100
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Fleetwood RV Flair 29T

Fleetwood RV Flair 29T

1997 / Class A Motor Home
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Sleeps 6
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99.3 miles from Thermopolis, WY
$150
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Popular RV Rentals Near Thermopolis, Wyoming, for Any Budget

Snag an RV in Thermopolis, Wyoming, and enjoy soaking in the mineral hot springs the town is known for, and enjoying other activities, like fishing in Boysen Reservoir and hiking in Wind Canyon. One of the most popular rental choices is the travel trailer, which starts at about $100 per night. You can also choose a Class C motorhome starting at about $150 per night. Camp in luxury in Thermopolis and the surrounding area by renting a Class A motorhome, which starts at about $225 per night. If you have a tight budget, consider a popup camper starting at about $75 per night. 

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Thermopolis, Wyoming, No Matter the Duration

Enjoy stunning scenery as you head through Bridger-Teton National Forest on your way to explore West Yellowstone, Montana. Learn more about nature at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, fish in the Yellowstone River, and take in a show at the Playmill Theater during a weekend visit to the area. Of course, this city is also one of the entry points to Yellowstone National Park.

Drive through the south end of the Bighorn National Forest before reaching Buffalo, Wyoming. Take an afternoon to tour the Historic Occidental Hotel Museum and the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum. Then, take a hike in the Dry Creek Petrified Forest. 

Go for a stroll along the Snake River by heading to the Greenway in Idaho Falls. Spend a day exploring the Museum of Idaho and the Idaho Falls Zoo. Sportsman Park is an ideal spot for a picnic. 

Explore Thermopolis, Wyoming, in an RVshare RV Rental

About 2,700 people live in Thermopolis, which is located north of the Owl Creek Mountains and east of the Absaroka Range. Dinosaurs roamed the mountains about 45 million years ago, and you can see some of the fossils by visiting the Wyoming Dinosaur Center. Go for a hike on the Absaroka Range, and you may discover fossils on your own. Watch as you hike for petroglyphs formed by prehistoric people who eventually became the Shoshone, but do not disturb any of the pictures as they are considered sacred by the people living on the nearby Wind River Indian Reservation. Then, head to Wind River Canyon to soak in the mineral-rich hot springs filled with bicarbonate, sulfate, chloride, sodium, and silica. 

While fur traders, like Daniel Potts, started living in the area during the 1820s, Thermopolis was not established until the 1880s. The hot springs were on the Indian reservation, so others could not build lodging near them. Therefore, business people developed Thermopolis for tourists who wanted to soak in the waters, which many believed had healing properties. The original town was a short distance downstream from its present location. Right across the Bighorn River from Thermopolis was Andersonville, a frequent hangout of the Sundance Kid, Butch Cassidy, Jim McCloud, and others. The Shoshone Indians gave the property where the world’s largest mineral hot spring is to the state in 1925. You can explore the reservation by taking a scenic drive starting at the Shoshone Tribal Service Station. This drive lets you see Fort Washakie, Sacajawea’s gravesite, and other attractions. You will want to stop and explore the Eastern Shoshone Cultural Center and the three reservation missions. 

About the same time that businesses were starting in Thermopolis, ranchers began farming. These vast ranches raised cows and sheep. Farmers also used the water from Owl Creek to grow alfalfa. You will want to try some locally grown products by dining at Black Bear Café, One-Eyed Buffalo Brewing Company, and Kirby Creek Mercantile. 

In 1897, the state created Hot Springs State Park. The city almost immediately moved to its present-day location next to the park. Soon, prospectors found oil and coal deposits nearby, which spurred railroad officials to service the area in 1911. Energy, agriculture, and tourism are still significant economic driving forces in Thermopolis today. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

 

Worland – This town of about 5,500 people is near the Big Horn Basin and the Big Horn River. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 4 Gas Stations 
  • 1 Campground 
  • 1 State Archeological Site 
  • 2 RV Dump Stations 

Shoshoni – Winter ice fishing derbies are often held near this town of about 650 people. 

  • 8 Restaurants 
  • 2 Gas Stations 
  • 2 Campgrounds 
  • 1 Nearby State Park 
  • 4 Nearby Dump Stations 

Riverton – This community of about 10,000 is located very near the Wind River. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 20+ Gas Stations 
  • 6 Campgrounds 
  • 1 Nearby State Park
  • 5 Nearby Dump Stations 

Best National Parks Near Thermopolis, Wyoming

Grand Teton National Park is a fantastic place to climb, and there are over 200 miles of hiking trails. It is also a great place to fish in the Snake River, and you can explore this river’s whitewater in a kayak. 

Yellowstone National Park is the oldest national park in the United States. You will want to watch Old Faithful erupt and explore the thermal field. Many people head here to see the wildlife, including bugling elk in the fall. 

Wind Cave National Park is a great place to go caving in one of the world’s largest caves. The main cave is home to boxwork, which is found in very few caves. Above ground, you will want to follow the miles of trails to see elk and bison. 

Popular State Parks Near Thermopolis, Wyoming

Boysen State Park near Wind River Canyon was the site where Asmus Boysen homesteaded in 1908. You can still see some of the reservoir and the dam that he constructed in 1908 when you hike in this park. Workers constructed the current dam in 1951, and it is a great place to go fishing. 

Buffalo Bill State Park is named after Colonel William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, from whom the state purchased some land to make this state park. When workers completed the current dam in 1910, it was the tallest dam in the world. You can find many things to do, including geocaching, fishing, boating, and hunting. 

Seminoe State Park was named after the French trapper Basil Cimineau Lajeunesse, who regularly trapped in this area. The reservoir is a great place to go fishing and boating. This park is also a great place to go hiking and horseback riding. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Thermopolis, Wyoming

Head southeast about 87 miles to near Fort Washakie and visit the remote Sacajawea Cemetery. While there is controversy, this may be where the woman who was instrumental to the Lewis and Clark Expedition is buried. You will want to see the life-size bronze statue of her at this cemetery. She is portrayed when she first sees the Pacific Ocean, and her dress is blowing gently in the wind. She is holding a sand dollar. During her lifetime, she gave a sand dollar to Chief Washakie, and he wore it in many photos. You will want to explore the tombstones at this historic cemetery as they represent the blending of Christian and early Native American customs. Continue down the road a little bit and see one of the first schools dedicated to educating Native American girls. 

Upcoming Events Near Thermopolis, Wyoming

  • Big Horn Folk Festival – Learn more about folk art at this August festival held in Hot Springs State Park. 
  • Shoshoni Hot Summer Nights – Participate in the car show, family games, and more before dancing the night away with a DJ at this Labor Day festival held in Shoshoni. 
  • Apple City Festival – Win a prize for baking the best apple pie or simply explore and sample local apple cider and food treats at this September festival at the Pioneer Museum in Lander. 

Popular POI Activities Near Thermopolis, Wyoming

  • Hot Springs State Park – Follow the interpretative trails or go boating and fishing at this state park located a short distance north of town. Explore the Mineral Springs or soak in its waters. 
  • Wind River Canyon – Located about four miles south of Thermopolis, this high-walled canyon is the perfect place for a hike, and you might see deer, bighorn sheep, and elk. 
  • Legend Rock Petroglyph Site – Located about 21 miles northwest of Thermopolis, you will want to see the petroglyphs from three different time periods while hiking at this location. 

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

You can find terrific Wyoming campgrounds in the area. You may want to consider camping at Sleeping Bear RV Park and Campground in Lander. This campground features a splash pad and arcade games. Another fantastic choice is Western Hills Campground near Rawlins. This campground has a miniature golf course, and cable TV is available at most sites. Campers wanting to explore historic Cody, Wyoming, will want to consider the Ponderosa Campground. The campground offers free internet and showers. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Thermopolis, Wyoming

If you're looking for somewhere to clean out your rig, there are a number of Wyoming RV dump station options near Thermopolis. While you can find dump stations near Jackson, Cheyenne, Gillette, and Green River, you will love the RV dump station at Boyson State Park if you are looking for something closer to Thermopolis. Eagle RV Park and Fountain of Youth RV Park in Thermopolis also have dump stations. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Thermopolis, Wyoming

If you are looking for RV storage in Wyoming, there are many options. Indoor storage is available at Elkhorn Storage LLC in Thayne, and 26th Street Storage near Cody offers outdoor storage. Storage Stables in Jackson is another option that you will want to consider. Always call ahead to work out details and inquire about cost.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Thermopolis, WY

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Thermopolis?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Thermopolis, WY, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Thermopolis?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Thermopolis from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Thermopolis?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.

RV Rentals Near Thermopolis, WY

National Parks Near Thermopolis, WY

State Parks Near Thermopolis, WY

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Thermopolis, WY

RV Dump Stations Near Thermopolis, WY
Jackson, which is close to Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, is a lively tourist town that has no shortage of entertainment, restaurants, and supplies. Many of the RV dump stations in the area are located in private RV parks and campgrounds where there's no charge to use the dump facility as a registered guest.
RV Storage Near Thermopolis, WY
If you’re at the end of your road trip through Wyoming, you probably need a Jackson RV self-storage facility. While there aren’t many options for an RV storage facility in Jackson, Wyoming, there are plenty of places outside of Jackson if you don’t mind a bit of a drive. When storing your RV in the area, remember that it gets well below freezing in this part of Wyoming. If you choose outside RV storage Jackson, winterizing is a necessity. However, you can find good indoor storage at the following six places, which are listed in no particular order.
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