A natural hot springs built along Highway 2 of the Montana Hi Line. The only Hot Springs along Montana's norther tier, Sleeping Buffalo Hot Springs has attracted bathers from North Dakota, Saskatchewan and all of Montana since the 1920's. The source of Sleeping Buffalo's hot water is a 3,200 ft. Deep well that produces more than 700 gallons per minute of 108 degree water.Historic region that offers hot springs along with other recreational activities such as swimming, boating, camping and picnicking.
$119-$175 per Night 1 & 2 Bedroom, Full Kitchens
Camp Sites - Electric/Water/Sewer
$34-$38 per Camp Night
$22 per Camp Night
This is indeed in the middle of nowhere. When in said middle of nowhere it’s a great stopping point to get everyone replenished. Especially in the frigid temperatures while we were there the start of spring.
It was redone in the past couple years and is nice. Not amazing and immaculate but nice. The surrounding area pulling up to it needs improvement! Abandoned motels with broken doors and windows, etc.
The kids had a blast splashing around in the big pool and it was plenty warm for adults to hang out too. There is a smaller ice cold plunge pool, as well as a hotter hot tub.
Con: the air was so hot and humid I literally couldn’t put my clothes on after showering. I had to stand by the door in my bra to cool off.
If in the area, I would definitely go again.
First-class all the way. They have redone the hot springs pool and fitness area in 5 star quality. The campground was nice. We had a back-in space with a beautiful view and shade trees.
I didn't go in to the hot springs pool, but it looked nice and was really big. They charge $8.50 for all day. They also have a smaller hot tub area. It's in the middle of nowhere.
Trashed out, run down, waste of time!
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Sleeping Buffalo Hot Springs
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