Historic Log Cabins

Address: 1246 Sherman St, Hot Springs, South Dakota, 57747-3031, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 1246 Sherman 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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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast

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        Travel Blogs from Hot Springs

        One Bad Traffic Jam

        A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Jul 01, 2015

        7 photos

        Today, we headed to Custer State Park. We started on the Wildlife Loop - an 18 mile road that covers different habitats in the park. For spotting wildlife, we saw more wildlife in this park than all of our locations in Colorado. We encountered deer, antelope, and prairie dogs throughout the park. We also encountered the hungry burros. We brought some bread with us - the burros ate that up.

        At mile marker 11, we had a lengthy encounter with the bison. In ...

        Custer State Park

        A travel blog entry by thedanes on Jun 30, 2015

        2 comments, 26 photos

        ... Poet Laureate who is known as The Cowboy's Poet. The band consisted of a mandolin, banjo, bass violin and two guitars. The lead singer's voice was reminiscent of Emmy Lou Harris, and the group brought Clark's poetry to life. (We confess we had never heard of Clark, but he is revered in these parts.)

        On our drive through the park today, we saw quite a few bison; the first sighting was a large ...

        Buffalos, Antelopes, Prairie Dogs, and Mammoths!

        A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Aug 16, 2014

        9 comments, 33 photos

        ... Age exhibit hall displays full-sized replicas of mammoths, a giant short-face bar, and a walk-in mammoth bone shelter." The site was discovered by accident in 1974 as the area was being prepared as a site for building houses. A mammoth tooth was found and the landowner agreed to further investigation. More bones and skulls were discovered with the end result being that the owner sold the land for what he had paid for it to a non-profit organization and work has ...

        It's Windy under the Prairie

        A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 30, 2014

        16 photos

        ... calfs with their mothers, big bulls trying to mate (it was rutting season). I got some photos which I will post on Flickr and may post here when I process but will be a little later. Check back. Truly a spiritual experience. We saw more bison the next morning (see Breakfast with Bison) but lots of people then. Better light then also but this was amazing.


        Badlands, Bison and Mt Rushmore

        A travel blog entry by bobkat68 on Jul 12, 2014

        9 photos

        ... being scenic, it's numerous hair pin curves, short one way tunnels and pig tail bridges. A lot of curves and up and down grades. We made one stop a parking area at the only overlook. Took us about an hour to 12 miles.

        Arrived Mt Rushmore 6 pm and spent two hours there. The entrance to the memorial is breath taking. It has changed quite a bit since Kathy first visited Mt Rushmore at age four. There is a striking view of the four presidents as you walk up a stoned ...