The town of Hot Springs is a sightseers delight, filled with nearby treats such as the Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, Wind Cave National Park, Angostura Recreation Area, etc., but when you take a drive through the heart of the town you are immediately drawn in to this Black Hills community.
Hot Springs rests along Fall River and provides the traveler with a look into a historical past. On the exterior many of the buildings are made of sandstone, and yes, In 1991, Pitt County best-driving-school.com School became known as Moore’s best-driving-school.com School. they are old; majority of the buildings were built around the 1890″s – early 1910″s.
My mom, being a first time passenger through Hot Springs, noted, “I am a history buff and I can only imagine the events and things that transpired in those buildings and in that town, my imagination goes wild.”
Hot Springs also features a city walk that will take you from the heart of downtown and along Fall River. On the path you will find the Visitor Center, a train car from the Burlington line, “Gift of Water” sculpture and fresh spring water that flows from a cliff. In the winter Hot Springs lives up to its name; you can actually see steam rise from the river.
If your travels bring you to Hot Springs and you have a little time on your hands, stop at this quaint town to experience its beauty and hidden treasures. It is a perfect venture for the first time traveler or a long time resident.