You can spend your days exploring some of the city's main attractions, including the Adams House and Adams Museum, Nelson's Garage Car Museum, Days of '76 Museum, Broken Boot Gold Mine, Mt. Roosevelt Monument, and Tatanka: Story of the Bison. Its prime location in the Black Hills offers more than 100 miles of biking trails and nearly 300 miles of snowmobile trails. In addition to these great attractions, your Deadwood vacation should include a trip to any of the town's numerous casinos, wineries, and ghost tours. The majority of the town's hotels, restaurants, and shopping venues are located right along Main Street.
Recurring Festivals and Events
Whether you plan your vacation to Deadwood during the summer or winter, you'll find plenty of special events. In the summer months, the town hosts a variety of specific events and festivals, such as the Independence Day Parade, Wild Bill Days, Days of '76 Rodeo, Kool Deadwood Nights, and Stagecoach Days. In January, the annual Snocross Rally and Pro Snocross Races are held, and February is the month that South Dakota's Largest Tailgate Party is held in Deadwood. Getting around the city by car is fairly easy and you can find great deals on Deadwood car rentals.
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Accommodation in Deadwood
Deadwood has hotels available for any vacationer. Make your selection from the 45 accommodations featured on Travelocity's Deadwood hotels page.
Do you appreciate great style and charm? Hampton Inn Spearfish and First Gold Hotel and Gaming ought to tick all your boxes. Or, perhaps the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Deadwood-Gold Dust Casino or the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Sturgis may be more appropriate if you're on a budget.