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Fountain of Youth RV Park

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See why so many travellers make Fountain of Youth RV Park their campground of choice when visiting Thermopolis. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you. The property boasts a pool, to help make your stay more enjoyable. While staying at Fountain of Youth RV Park, visitors can check out Wind River Canyon (6.1 km) and Legend Rock Petroglyph Site (28.3 km), some of Thermopolis' top attractions. While in Thermopolis, you may want to check out the nearby cafe Black Bear Cafe and Thermopolis Cafe. Looking to explore? Then look no further than TePee Pools and Spa, which is a popular Thermopolis spa – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the campground. We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Fountain of Youth RV Park as you experience all of the things Thermopolis has to offer.
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Will not return. Good time with family for reunion. Guesthouse was filthy. Nothing like website. Mice , spiders and bugs
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My family and I recently stayed here in conjuntion with a family reunion. We rented the guest house and 4 camper spots. The guest house was absolutly disgusting. We had to clean the bathroom and kitchen before we would even consider using either of them. There were
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My husband and I stayed here on our way to Yellowstone via Cody, Wyoming! We had read the reviews but decided to give it a try since there were no other campgrounds. BIG MISTAKE!! The campground is filthy! The pool is disgusting and slimy, not like the clean hot springs pool
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We rv camped here and were charged for our 4 year old as an extra person, which hasn't happened at any other campground on out 2 week trip. The campground is basic but the mineral pool on site made it worth it, it was very nice but slimy on the bottom. The man and woman in the
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In late October of this year, we spent three days at the Fountain of Youth RV Park. We were drawn to the Park by our AAA travel guide which gave it a 3 star rating and a glowing review. Also, we liked the idea that the Park had a large hot springs pool. In retrospect, I think it
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When I went several years ago the price for my very small camper and 3 adults was $40. We all embraced the fact that this place is a natural hot spring environment therefore there will be an odor, not always. The facilities are dated but the surrounding hills, the ride in from route 20, the staff, the Camp shows on the stage at night, the other campers all added to an experience that screams of 1950’s and for that I very much enjoyed this place. My expectations are usually low since I’m camping of course. This is a place where you can shed pretensions and you have to do some things yourself. Overall, when you consider how well the pools have been arranged, the constant flow of the pools to keep them fresh and the safety of the pools this is a pretty good deal. I’ve been to hot springs that were in their natural state and there was jeopardy of getting in too deep and hurting yourself. I highly recommend Fountain of Youth because of it’s corniness above all and it is just another of the many adventures on your vacation that will be with you the rest of your life, a good story to tell. As many of you already know, many things you experience while camping are much better when the season is over and you’re talking about it over Thanksgiving dinner. Go off the beaten path and savor the slow pace of getting to and from Fountain of Youth and then continue on your trip knowing you have stepped back in time. Happy trails campers, Jt
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"this is a BOB, bring your own bed"
"again this isn't a hotel, guess they have some 'rooms' but didn't see those"
"Do not trust hotel's owner"
"terrible wi-fi service - poor connection"
"Ask for a spot closer to the pools or it can be a walk if its cold outside."
United StatesWyomingThermopolis
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