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Alameda's Hot Springs Retreat
Hot Springs, Montana
406-741-2283



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The History of Hot Springs, Montana

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The History of Hot Springs, Montana
Around 1910 and the time of the first homesteading of the Camas/Hot Springs region, there was one active pool with 4 wooden bathtubs, each walled up a couple of feet and covered by a tent. A typical Saturday would see a gathering of settlers, many of whom would walk several miles to receive the waters. Soon, the springs were improved with the construction of a bathhouse with 7 bath rooms and 8 tubs.
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This is perfect here.

This is perfect here. It's quiet, you can play in grass, and they have a garden, and everyone is nice to you.

- Savannah, 11 yrs. old


Paul, this place is amazing! Of all the places I have been, this has been the most unique and relaxing. I could hardly believe how much character this place has. I was definitely not expecting this and look forward to coming back again. Many Thanks! July 2015 ~ S
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Habit is necessary; it is the habit of having habits, of turning a trail into a rut, that must be incessantly fought against if one is to remain alive. Discuss



Alameda's Hot Springs Retreat • 308 N. Spring Street • Hot Springs, MT 59845 • 406-741-2283

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