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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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Thank you for bringing Big Medicine back to Hot Springs.

Thank you for bringing Big Medicine back to Hot Springs. Thank you for bringing Big Medicine back to Hot Springs. You have a beautiful vision for this place. Peace.

- A.C.T.


Thank you for your sweet hospitality. We enjoyed the water, bikes, garden, and certainly the massage. The most fun in this town was the time travel backwards! We took a road trip to Flathead Lake, Kalispell, and Whitefish. Off to the Bitterroot today!

- Faylee L., Athens, AL
Kris M., Rancho Mirage, CA

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Henry James
The power to guess the unseen from the seen, to trace the implications of things, to judge the whole piece by the pattern, the condition of feeling life in general so completely that you are well on your way to knowing any particular corner of it—this cluster of gifts may almost be said to constitute experience. Discuss



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

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