Historic Log Cabins

Address: 1246 Sherman Street, Hwy 385 N, Hot Springs, South Dakota, 57747, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 1246 Sherman Street, Hwy 385 N, 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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    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 ...

    Please Climb on the Rocks

    A travel blog entry by mccormick3 on Jun 28, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... trip.  We had Rich,  it was a place that we could all experience together, and none of us had been there before.  As we walked out onto the rocks and took in all that was around us, I was thrilled - what I had planned for over a year had become a reality.  When I hike in Vermont the time spent on the mountain in trail miles and elevation results in a lovely view at the top. Today, I felt I had earned the peak reward in ...

    Custer to Yellowstone

    A travel blog entry by zengler on Oct 02, 2014

    3 photos

    ... of the third kind, then continued across Wyoming. As we rolled into Cody, WY (our new favorite city), it started to snow quite hard, and we could tell the next leg of the journey was going to be interesting. We made the sound purchases of wool socks, tea, and liquor, and charged into Yellowstone feeling prepared. The drive between Cody and the east entrance to the park was absolutely gorgeous, but was nothing compared to what we saw inside. While we had finally ...

    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 ...

    The Black Hills

    A travel blog entry by clendenens on Jul 07, 2014

    20 photos

    ... have some quiet time to ourselves. On our last night there we built a fire and had a good long talk about what we were thinking. And we finally made it to DQ for those milkshakes!

    Monday morning I took the truck in. They said they were busy but could probably look at it sometime in the next couple of days. But if anything major needed to be done, it would probably be Friday before they could get to it. So I walked to a car ...