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Hot Springs South Dakota
A Cool Little Town

Heading into Hot Springs SD from the south, we encountered many billboards promising fun, excitement and cool places to stay. Then I noticed that the dirt near the highway was red, it reminded me of when we drove through Georgia.

Welcome to Hot Springs SD

Wow, we were really impressed with Hot Springs. What a cool little town. A river runs through it, and there is a waterfall. The buildings look old and were made out of a red sandstone. It looks like a nice touristy town.

Red sandstone buildings

Even though all the parking places were taken, the town seemed rather quiet for being 7:30 pm on a Friday night.

Hot Springs statue

More Pictures of Hot Springs SD

-The Braun Hotel and Steakhouse... Braun Hotel and Steakhouse
-Shopping in Hot Springs... Hot Springs shopping
-the theatre... theatre
-A view of Hot Springs... view of Hot Springs
-a business called Traden A Dollar... Traden A Dollar (cool looking building)
-Hideaway Cottages... Hideaway Cottages
-Home of the State Champions... Bison Country

Hot Springs Motels

Hot Springs, South Dakota - Click Here to make a reservation in a Hot Springs motel
-Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Hot Springs 101 HWY 18 Bypass
-Best Western Sundowner Inn 737 S 6th Street
-Rodeway Inn Hot Springs 402 Battle Mountain Avenue
-Budget Host Hills Inn 640 S. 6th Street
-Hot Springs Super 8 Motel 800 Mammoth St.
-Inn at Battle Mountain, 402 Battle Mountain Ave.
-Tole House Bed and Breakfast, 801 Almond St.
-Sojourner Inn, 1729 Minnekahta Ave.
-Comfort Inn-Hot Springs, 737 S 6th St.
-Pine Knoll Court, 646 S 5th St.
-Hills Inn, 640 S 6th St.
-Historic Mueller House B & B, 201 S 6th St.
-The Skyline Motel... the Skyline Motel
-Riverside Inn... Riverside Inn Motel

Continue traveling into Wind Cave National Park...

Hot Springs websites

Hot Springs Star newspaper

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