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TravelPod Member ReviewsHills Inn Hot Springs
The Hills Inn, in Hot Springs, SD is a great "Mom and Pop" Motel on Highway 385. The rooms are sparkling clean, comfortable and a great place to rest, relax and use as a home base while touring the Southern Black Hills. I highly recommend it for anyone who may stop in this area.
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After arriving in Hot Springs, SD we again decided to motel it and take a break from camping. With the threat of rain - and we received several light to heavy showers we are glad we did. Ann Remington, lives in Hot Springs and after she dealt with a home water challenge she and her two young ones stopped by for a visit. Ann graduated from SDSU …
... see buffalo. They were a fair distance away from us but it looked to be a herd of less than 100. Couldn't see them too clearly, but hey, they were buffalo! Continuing on with our drive through the park, we once again saw the mischievous burros just a little past the point where we saw them yesterday. They are beggars for sure...always wanting a hand out! Several folks were next to them petting them and giving them forbidden (by the park service) snacks. ...
... Harley riders are expected. It is probably good we are leaving tomorrow.
We had a farewell dinner tonight where Zoe received two awards for completing her Junior Ranger workbook and her Badlands Environment workbook. Only 3 people received that latter award and she was the only girl to finish the work. We were very proud!
We are packed and ready to head home in the morning after an educational and fabulous trip with Zoe.
... in Campground which was in a canyon on the prairie. We took a 90 minute tour through Wind Cave so named because it had been discovered by two farmers who heard the wind whistling in and out of a hole in the ground.
It is a dry cave mostly with over 165 miles of underground passages so far discovered which represents only about 10% of its potential. ...
... a few good shots as I drove through the red lights at the carpark entrance. Yup traffic lights in the middle of the bush.
We pushed on, grabbing a few good profile shots of Washington as we rounded the hill and hit Keystone for an icecream at the dairyqueen. This is the part where it gets good.
We entered Custer State Park for the drive back to Hot Springs. Sam got a little tense as we wound around tight hairpin bends, over ...