Hot Springs might be small but it's definitely mighty! Located in South Dakota the town is not only an amazing getaway spot where friends and family can enjoy time together, it's also packed with history and wonderful nature. Home to popular attractions like the Mammoth Site and Evans Plunge, Hot Springs is a very popular with families and travelers looking to get active. From golfing to hiking, there are plenty of sports to take in part in, as well as museums and cultural points to learn more about the area. Hot Springs has a wide selection of vacation rental properties to choose from, so you're sure to find a home away from home here.
The top things to do in Hot Springs include the incredible Mammoth Site, which is a collection of ice age fossils. The attraction is a fun place for adults and children alike, and there are guided tours to discover the history and facts about the site. Equally popular and important is Evans Plunge, the world’s biggest mineral springs-fed indoor pool. The water is fantastic to swim in, especially when you don't need to worry about harsh chemicals. There are also slides and various floaties for little ones.
For the history buffs, make your way to Pioneer Museum to see what an old classroom looked like. Elsewhere, the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary is a stunning ranch filled with wild horses where visitors can admire the beautiful creatures and take a tour to learn about their habitats. For more outdoors adventures in South Dakota, the Cascade Falls and Swimming Hole is a small river and waterfall perfect for cooling down on a hot summer's day. There is a trail which leads up to the falls is well worth the exercise if you have the energy. For more swimming opportunities, the Angostura State Recreation Area has plenty of water sports, as well as a restaurant on-site for when you work up an appetite.
The best places to stay in Hot Springs are near Chautauqua Park and Butler Park. There are plenty of amazing vacation rentals to choose from in both areas, and are sure to suit your preferences. Whether you're looking for a small, cozy vacation rental apartment with your loved one, or a large vacation rental house for a big groups of friends -- you'll find it here. Alternatively, vacation rental houses tend to come with fully equipped kitchens, living rooms and laundry rooms for families.
To spend time outdoors, July and August are the best months to visit Hot Springs. From June to September the average temperature is around 80 degrees, however as soon as October passes, the temperature rapidly drops under 40 degrees. There is a little rain around June, but the rest of the year is dry.
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Those needing to get some work finished during their trip to Hot Springs can pick from 65 places to stay that provide WiFi. 13 places to stay include a morning meal. You can maintain your workout routine by staying at one of 4 accommodations that provide gym facilities. If you are driving to Hot Springs, you'll want to pick from 73 places to stay that provide parking. 4 hotels and vacation rentals have a a pool or jacuzzi
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