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