Hot Springs KOA

Open April 15 - October 31

Reserve: 800-562-0803

Info: 605-745-6449


27585 SD Highway 79

Hot Springs, SD 57747

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Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Camper Rating 4.5 out of 5

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Local Area Attractions

The Mammoth Site

The Mammoth site is one of the world's greatest fossil treasures. On-going paleontology dig that has been seen on "Raising the Mammoth" on the Discovery Channel.

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Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

View wild mustangs, ancient indian petroglphs and the "Crazy Horse" movie set on a guided tour.

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Windcross Conservancy

Spend the day with America's Heritage horse, the Spanish Mustang. See the horses that helped build a nation. Mustangs were part of Alta California, the Texas Cattle country, used by the Pony Express and Native Americans. Tours available.

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Evan's Plunge

Evan's Plunge offers fun for everyone in the family. Large swimming pool and slides are filled with natural warm spring water. Show your receipt from the Hot Springs KOA and get 25% off your admission to Evans Plunge.

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Pioneer Historical Museum

The Pioneer Historical Museum is house in an 1893 school building and offers exceptional artifacts and memorabilia documenting the history of th Southern Black Hills area and the community of Hot Springs.

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Southern Hills Golf Course

An 18-hole golf course located just outside of the town of Hot Springs. This course is one of the top rated courses in the United States. Show your receipt from the Hot Springs KOA and play 18 holes for the cost of 9!

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Cascade Falls

Take a dip in the warm waters and swim behind the falls! This is a fun, shallow warm water river that's great fun for all ages.

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Town of Hot Springs

Surrounded by rugged canyons and pine-covered hills, the town of 3,700 boasts the Mammoth Site, mineral water health spas, Evans Plunge, Wind Cave National Park, Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, lake resorts, history museums, the award-winning Southern Hills Golf Course and unique accommodations, shops and restaurants. Hot Springs is home to the VA Black Hills Medical Center and the State Veterans Home. While relying on the tourism industry, the town's beauty also lends itself to a growing artist community. Many buildings in town are built from sandstone.

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Wind Cave National Park

One of the world's longest and most complex caves that features box works formations. Guided cave tours and park wildlife including free roaming buffalo, elf, and prairie dogs can provide an afternoon of adventure.

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Custer State Park

Enjoy driving the wildlife loop where you will see free roaming buffalo, deer, elk, begging burros and beautiful scenery.

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Mount Rushmore

See the famous Mount Rushmore National Monument. A walking trail takes you to the base of the monument. Go through the parade of flags, look for souvenirs of your visit and dine by the faces in the restaurant.

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Crazy Horse Mountain Memorial

A mountain carving in progress that dwarfs Mount Rushmore. Is carving has a 90' high face that as dedicated in June 1995 which marked the memorial's 50th anniversay. In addition, there is an indian museum and a collection of the sculpture's work.

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Bear Country USA

A drive thru wildlife park where bear, elk, wolves, buffalo and other wildlife are roaming free in their natural habitat. They also offer a walk-thru "babyland" featuring baby animals.

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Reptile Gardens

Houses the world's largest reptile collection. Four animal shows are performed every 15 minutes. The sky dome is an indoor jungle where you can walk amongst snakes, lizards, birds and more.

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Cosmo Mystery Area

Scientific principles and a special aura combine to produce an awesome tour where laws of nature seem to not exist.

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National Museum of Woodcarving

World's largest collection of animated woodcarvings by a former Disneyland animator. Theater, gallery and carving studio.

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Rushmore Cave

The area's largest stalactite cave located in the Black Hills. Guided tours offered.

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Black Hills Caverns

Caverns include 28 different formations in three-level wind caverns. 30 minute crystal tour and a one-hour adventure tour.

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Sitting Bull Crystal Cave

Underground caverns have reflecting pools, lime stone tapestries and chambers studded with dog tooth spar crystals. Guided tours.

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Thunderhead Underground Falls

Go underground along an easy walk to see a spectacular waterfall.

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Big Thunder Gold Mine

Experience the Black Hills gold rush of the 1880's. Gold panning, mining museum and gift shop.

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Broken Boot Gold Mine

Offers underground tours of a historical gold mine. Learn how a real gold mine operated in the days of black powder and candlelight along the guided tour.

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Parade of Presidents Wax Museum

Celebrate America's proud heritage with life-like, life-size figures of all U.S. Presidents in authentic period costumes and surroundings.

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SD Air and Space Museum

Located at the Ellsworth AFB. See historic bombers, fighters, utility aircraft and missiles.

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1880 Train

See the Black Hills by rail. Experience a historic, breathtaking, scenic, relaxing vintage steam train ride.

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George S. Mickelson Trail

Walk in the footsteps of the past, exploring the outdoors or simply taking a bike ride on this 109 mile trail that contains more than 100 converted railroad bridges and 4 rock tunnels.

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Jewel Cave National Monument

Considered the world's second longest cave, this cave offers a unique world of sparkling calcite crystals.

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Devil's Tower

America's first national monument, Devil's Tower is an igenous intrusion or laccolith in northwestern Wyoming.

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Wounded Knee National Historic Landmark

The Wounded Knee massacre happened on December 29, 1890 on the Pine Ridge Reservation. All that is left of this landmark is a small cemetary.

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Badlands National Park

People are drawn to the rugged beauty of the Badlands. These geologic deposits contain one of the world's richest fossil beds. Ancient mammals such as the rhino, horse, and saber-toothed cat once roamed here. The park's 244,000 acres protect an expanse of mixed-grass prairie where bison, bighorn sheep, deer, pronghorn, prairie dogs, and black-footed ferrets live today

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Founding Fathers Black Hills

At Founding Fathers Black Hills you'll find American history and amazing art intersecting in a celebration of the political courage displayed by the 56 men you dared to sign the Declaration of Independence.

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