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Alameda's Hot Springs Retreat
Hot Springs, Montana

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The History of Hot Springs, Montana

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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Love the quiet and simplicity.

Love the quiet and simplicity. Enjoyed the water so, so much. Will be back again soon!

- Delorma M.

This is a quirky, comfortable surprise of a town! Usually when you get a room, you think "We're just sleeping here". Your place is entirely different, as it IS the experience. You've done a wondrous job of instilling warmth and comfort into every grain of your place. There's no denying it's an act of love. Thanks for sharing all you have. Eric says, 'Paul really does make the BEST coffee! Is it the water?'
- Eric & Judy N., Nevada City, CA


Henry Fielding
I never reasoned on what I should do, but what I had done; as if my Reason had her eyes behind, and could only see backwards. Discuss

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