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Roundtop Mountain Hotel Guide

Put aside an afternoon and make your way to Roundtop Mountain.

To get there, step off the beaten track and head over to Thermopolis, 250 miles from the state capital, Cheyenne.

If you're considering staying someplace close by, you will find 7 hotels within 2 miles of Roundtop Mountain. One of the most well-known hotels is the Best Western Plus Plaza Hotel, just 1 mile away. Two more choices are the Days Inn Thermopolis, 1 mile away, and the Rainbow Motel, only 1 mile away.

Travelers running a tight ship can choose from a number of economical hotels that are not too far away. You can't go past the Quality Inn Thermopolis or the Paintbrush Inn Thermopolis for a comfortable bed at a good price.

Just 0.4 miles from Roundtop Mountain, tourists will stumble upon Stones Throw Restaurant (143 Airport Road, Thermopolis). Sit down for a delectable meal and organize your next stop.

Other Places to Visit near Roundtop Mountain

Not ready to leave just yet? Relax, because there's plenty more than just Roundtop Mountain to do in the area:

  • Lose yourself in the sound of the breeze rustling through the trees when you spend time at Hot Springs State Park.
  • Take your swimwear and goggles to TePee Pools and Spa and dive in! Whether you are eager to expend some energy or simply want to relax and paddle around, you'll be sure to have a great time.
  • Satisfy your need for some retail therapy, or just enjoy the commotion in Merlin's Hide Out without spending a thing.
  • The Wyoming Dinosaur Center gives you and your family the chance to be amazed by unearthed artifacts, societies and rituals from another lifetime.
  • Discover the people and events that shaped this region by visiting Hot Springs Historical Museum.