Riverside Inn

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

Great Plains and Prairies

A travel blog entry by socs on Jun 08, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

... which meant the Rangers who had walked through the campground every day to tell us about the nightly program in the amphitheatre, still got to do their bit. Sean had a funny feeling in the pit of his stomach about the weather the night before we left. Sure enough, we awoke at 6am to a thunderstorm and ominous clouds. We set a new record for the amount of time it takes for us to pack up. We were in the truck, eating granola with everything packed up at ...

On to Hot Springs, SD

A travel blog entry by carol_fred on May 15, 2015

5 photos

... of the things we missed. We are over the mountains now on our journey back East, so the drive through northern Colorado, Wyoming and into South Dakota was very different. This is ranching country with rolling hills and vistas as far as the eye can see. One good thing about the weather being a ...

A Bison Breakfast

A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 31, 2014

12 photos

... in the other post about Mount Rushmore, we returned later than expected but we managed to pack up, fill our water tank in the campground and head out. Even though I don't like gravel roads, we actually took a short cut across a dirt road on the south side of Wind Cave NP which saved us 13 miles and 2 gallons of gas. Plus we got to drive through more of the prairie.

Mammoths in South Dakota ?

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jul 31, 2014

14 photos

... first stop was a huge surprise. We visited the Mammoth Site, which turns out to be a private active site for digging out the remains of woolly and Columbian mammoths, ancient ancestors of elephants. It is probably the largest site for such prehistoric animals in the world. In the 1970s they uncovered what turned out to be the remains of an ancient sink hole where literally hundreds of mammoths and other smaller animals became trapped and died. ...

Hot Springs in a Day

A travel blog entry by mrighter on Jun 25, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... sucking in air depending on the outside weather. When we saw it, it was blowing out air. The tour guide held a strip of plastic ribbon in front of the opening - the wind coming out caught the ribbon and blew it straight. Tourists enter the cave in an air-sealed entrance - going in one door, closing it, then opening the next door. We started out by going down 150 steps through a narrow passage lit every so often by installed lights ...