Red Rock River Resort

Address: 603 N River St, Hot Springs, South Dakota, 57747-1411, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 603 N River 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
          • Free parking

          TripAdvisor Reviews Red Rock River Resort Hot Springs

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Hot Springs

          The Black Hills and More Badlands

          A travel blog entry by kyleobrien on Jun 20, 2015

          5 comments, 16 photos

          ... with stalactites, soda straws, draperies, and other wet formations. The rooms in Jewel Cave were enormous and shocking as well.

          We also saw Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore in between all the driving around in this area. Even just the driving was beautiful enough, because the terrain here was amazing.


          We stopped at a ton of different overlooks and mini hikes to view different parts of this park. We drove the ...

          Mammoth in every way

          A travel blog entry by phil100652 on Jun 05, 2015

          2 comments, 2 photos

          We stopped off at a breakfast diner for a mammoth breakfast before continuing our journey. The promised extreme weather did show up but passed us by so we enjoyed another lovely day. First stop was Fort Laramie which was a major trading post and army settlement that helped shape Western America. It also gave rise to a popular cowboy TV series in the 50s and 60s! The next part of our ...

          Black Hills or Bust

          A travel blog entry by azcook on Aug 25, 2014

          5 photos

          ... area. They had thing that had been returned for either being not what the customer thought they wanted, had been washed, worn or defective in some way. Ted and I both found a pair of running shoes that were brand new. Score. We went to Walmart and we still have not been able to find the drawers that fit our clothes hangers. We will keep at it until we do. We then had lunch and drove around downtown Cheyenne before ...

          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.

          Little car on the prairie

          A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 26, 2014

          ... s how big they are. And empty. Once upon a time they would have seemed truly empty. Today there are towns and service stations and rest stops dotted all over the prairie these days, but driving across just a small section of the "great American desert", gives some small insight into empty.

          The Black Hills are the result of a prehistoric volcanic or seismic eruption in the ...