Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce

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FAQ's about Hot Springs

A: Yes! Called Minnekahta (warm waters) by the original white settlers in 1879, the town’s name was changed to Hot Springs in 1886. Earlier, the Lakota and the Cheyenne Indian tribes fought for control of the natural warm waters. Legends tell of a hostile encounter waged in the hills high above the gurgling springs on a peak called Battle Mountain.
A: Hot Springs is in the Southern Black Hills and offers a unique landscape unlike anywhere else in the Hills. Surrounded by rugged canyons, rolling grasslands and pine-covered hills.
A: The town of 3,700 boasts the Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge (the oldest attraction in the Black Hills), Wind Cave National Park, Moccasin Springs Natural Mineral Spa, lake resorts, history museums, the award-winning Southern Hills Golf Course and unique accommodations, shops and restaurants.