Riverside Inn

646 S. 5th St., Hot Springs, South Dakota, 57747, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hot Springs

Wind Cave Nat. Park

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa


... that even I could not fit thru. Original explorers had to blast an entrance. The park also includes a large area of grasslands adjacent to Custer State Park. Many nice scenic views. A couple of large buffalo herds roam the area but I was told that their range is so great that it would be hit or miss to see any. For me, sadly, it was miss. A nice park, but no urge to ...

South Dakota to Wyoming (Day 8)

A travel blog entry by checky


... same time though, I do like hitting all the little
diners along the way but that can also take it's toll on one's
wallet. We did however stop at the Purple Pie
Place on the way out of Custer for our daily ice cream.

Our next destination was Yellowstone
National Park. Yes, I realize it was supposed to be Fort Collins but
we decided to save that for the trip home. We headed in ...

A day of Custer

A travel blog entry by travelsake


Happy 4th of July! We started out our day taking in a patriotic parade in downtown Custer, then spent the day driving through Custer State Park and the Black Hills National Forest.

Custer is such a beautiful park with lots of wildlife. We came across a huge herd of buffalo and just parked along the road for a while to take pictures. Farther along the road we found some of the wild burros and got out to feed them. It was pretty cool, until ...

Night 3: Black Hills Storm

A travel blog entry by splencner


... serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal; ">Custer also is filled with ponds and lakes and trout streams unlike the surrounding areas. We took some time soon after setting up camp to eat watermelon and wade in the pond by the State Game Lodge campground down the road.


A travel blog entry by veedub88


... breakfast of oatmeal with the last of the mouthwatering Michigan blueberries, while a little boy climbed to the top of a playground slide, yelling, "Someone! Mom, Dad! Look at me! Look!" It worked…we looked. On our way out, we got sidetracked as Ben went to pay Jerry, the man of Broken Arrow campgrounds. I came by the door with the pups and he encouraged me to bring them in. His daughter has ...


This hotel, located on 646 S. 5th St., Hot Springs, is near Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, Evans Plunge, George S. Mickelson State Trail, and Red Rock River Resort.
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