Red Rock River Resort

603 North River Street, Hot Springs, South Dakota, United States | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Hot Springs

Great roads

A travel blog entry by bartlind

11

... and the road made to fit the tunnels It was then on to the Needles highway with some more great roads and a tunnel at the top.
We had lunched at Crazy Horse and some indigenous dancers. The carving that will be finished in probably 50 years.Had a few more breaks but the temperature was hot and we were close to spent. Only once were we held up with road ...

Bison and antelope and elk, Oh my!

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj

... a fair amount of traffic and a constant worry that deer, elk, bison or big-horned sheep might step into the road in front of us. We saw deer, bison and antelope on the way into the park. So, by the time we got to our destination -- Elk Mountain Campground in Wind Cave National Park -- it was 6 pm, and we were both tired and grumpy. Then we learned that there were only two spaces left and that there is no electricity or water. Ok, time to "rough it." ...

Day 4 - The Black Hills

A travel blog entry by zaccours

31

... buffalo that came up and crossed the road in front of our truck. We also saw elk but no big horn sheep. Next, we headed over to Jewell Caves National Monument. We went on an 80 minute cave hike that took us 38 stories down into the caves where the temperature was 49 degrees and it remains at that temperature year round. The caverns were quite large but it took a few minutes to adjust your breathing. Here we ...

Jeep Safari

A travel blog entry by bronkemabekker

... they have filmed a soon to be released IMAX on the ice age. We saw one of the original homesteads. We saw where stage coach riders use to hide out before they ambushed their prey. We saw a yellow marmot, more prarie dogs, more pronghorns, a whitetail deer, an eagle, a chimpmunk and just for Micah, the wild begging burros. They are so brazen they stick their heads into your windows looking for food. We not only explored the regular rodes we got to ...

SW South Dakota-August 19-20

A travel blog entry by veedub88

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... most spectacular dinosaur fossils, including STAN, the
second largest, second most complete T-Rex discovered. What dinosaurs
did we see? The life-sized concrete replicas at Dinosaur Park…Ben has
awesome ideas. :) Haha, but it was silly and quick; and it wasn’t out
of the way. As a matter of fact, as we grew hungry, we saw a sign for
Qdoba, which, naturally led to a Qdoba craving. It just ...

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Location

This resort, located on 603 North River Street, 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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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding