Hot Springs Airport (HSR)

Aerial photo of Municipal Airport landing strip

Email: airport@hs-sd.org
Phone: 605-745-3555
Fax: 605-745-3878
Address: 27858 HWY 385, Hot Springs, SD 57747


View the 2016 Airport Master Plan Here >>

Hangar Construction Guidelines >>

Regular Office Hours (March 1 - November 30): 
8 am - 5 pm; Monday - Friday

Winter Office Hours
 (December 1 - February 28):
8 am - 12 pm; Monday -Friday


FAA Identifier: HSR
Lat/Long: 43-22-05.9000N / 103-23-17.8000W
43-22.098333N / 103-23.296667W
43.3683056 / -103.3882778 
(estimated)

Elevation: 3150.2 ft. / 960.2 m (surveyed)

Variation: 10E (2000)



Hangar Rates

Single engine up to 40' wing span
Daily Weekly Monthly
$25.00 $100.00 $150.00
Multi-engine or 40'+ wing span
Daily Weekly Monthly
$75.00 $125.00 $200.00

Other rates maybe negotiated for preferential placement in hangars.

At one time, the healing waters of the hot springs and the medical facilities brought people from all over the United States. At that time, the Hot Springs Airport had two major airlines providing passenger and freight service to the community.

Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport
Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport

Hot Springs Municipal Airport is located at the southern gateway to Black Hills, and Wind Cave National Park.

It is a short drive to Southern Hills Golf Course, which has been featured in Golf Digest Magazine, and to the Mammoth Site which has an ongoing active dig.

Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport
Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport

The airport puts you close to hunting areas where you will find pheasant and big game hunting offered by several hunting preserves in the area.

The annual Badlands RV Fly-in has been widely attended for the last several years. It has attracted owners of over sixty aircraft from all parts of North America to experience the Black Hills.

Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport
Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport

Flight Training is available from the private pilot to a commercial pilot rating.

If you are up for a thrill and want to jump out of an airplane, the Hot Springs Sky Dive club is available to you.

Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport
Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport

If you should choose another way to fly, try the Black Hills Soaring Club.

Hot Springs Municipal Airport serves our community and VA hospitals with Life Flight transportation.

Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport
Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport

Because of its geographical location, Hot Springs Municipal Airport is now a permanent air tanker fire base during the summer fire season.

Hot Springs Airport can accommodate a variety of aircraft from J3s to Gulfstream corporate jets.

Photos from Hot Springs Municipal Airport

For a complete airport description see www.airnav.com (HSR)