Historic Log Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Hot Springs
... satisfied with our wildlife count, we continued on our merry way. As we turned southward on State Road 87 we once again saw a solitary buffalo wandering along the side of the road...and then we went around the corner! Another herd! This one appeared to be the biggest of the three herds that we saw today. This herd was on the move. Several had the road blocked, and it was very exciting to watch them. We tried to imagine what it must have been like when herds ...
... through the tall grass. It wandered out onto the road, checking us out before disappearing back into the grass. We reached the visitor center, about half way down the road, and chatted with the ranger for a few minutes, before seeing another pair of antelope, a mother with a calf, walking along the hill across the roadway. Things were looking up.
As we continued, we spotted more pronghorns in the meadows by the road. Further along, we ...
If you only have one day to spend in Hot Springs, you can enjoy three attractions which are wildly different from anything you've ever seen or done! This is a great place for family vacations. We probably saw the most families here of any of the places in South Dakota that we visited. Here's why: dinosaurs, swimming pools, cave.
Our first stop was the Mammoth Site. In 1974, the land was purchased and plans were to develop it. Within ...
... where it really happened. We walked past both places, so I guess we covered that. It’s a cool town. I’ve heard it compared to Tombstone, but we used to live 20 minutes from Tombstone and they are really different to me. Tombstone is more like the southwest and this seems more like a wild west gambling town. They’re both really cool. We walked over to Mt. Moriah cemetery and saw the tombstones of Wild Bill ...
... Springs to visit dear friends, Randall (Randy) (Spike) and Kathy Meyers. I worked with Randy back in the late 1990's when I was the Recruiting and Retention Manager for the South Dakota Army National Guard.
We met at the South Dakota Veterans Soldiers Home where Randy works (because I knew where that was) and followed them to a local waterhole and restaurant that is their favorite. We spent several hours remembering "the old days" and having a great ...