Come See What’s New in Historic Deadwood
Deadwood isn’t the same rough and tumble town it was when legends like Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane roamed the streets...it’s a whole lot more! The Old West meets new luxury in the Historic Deadwood, South Dakota.
Come enjoy all the amenities of the new resort hotels in Deadwood. With onsite restaurants, lounges, casinos and shops, you’ll never have to leave the property. But we promise that you’ll want to. Most everything in Deadwood is within walking distance so you can easily experience all this mountain town has to offer.
Spa Getaways & Shopping
Relax and rejuvenate with day spa pampering, massages, mani/pedis and the latest in skin therapy. After you’ve relaxed, enjoy browsing the new retail, boutiques and antique stores. Sample South Dakota wines in local winery tasting rooms and enjoy decadent, hand-made chocolates and other local confections.
You’ll find an abundance of palate-pleasing feasts in the new Historic Deadwood. Enjoy fine dining in a casual and comfortable atmosphere while you savor local flavors like bison, elk and pheasant prepared by world-class chefs.
New $1,000 Bet Limits
We’ve upped the ante so you can up your game. Try your luck on the latest slots and live table games with $1,000 bet limits in one of Deadwood’s 80 casinos and gaming halls.
Live Music and World-Class Entertainment
You’ll find live music in Deadwood most every night of the week. Don’t miss our wild and historic events that include free concerts from big name performers, historic parades, PRCA rodeos, classic car shows, foodie events and some of the biggest parties of the year.
Deadwood is known for its history and it too has gotten a facelift. Check out the new Days of ‘76 Museum and the new exhibits at the Adams Museum. Walk in the footsteps of legends and see the final resting places of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Seth Bullock at Mount Moriah Cemetery. Watch the daily re-enactments on Main Street and see how the man that shot Wild Bill was acquitted of his murder in the Trial of Jack McCall. Take a guided or walking tour of the entire town that’s a registered National Historic Landmark.
Outdoor Recreation and Mount Rushmore
Tucked in the northern reaches of the Black Hills, Deadwood offers year-round outdoor recreation including mountain biking, hiking, fly fishing, skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and more. Plus, you’re just one scenic drive from Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Devils Tower National Monument and other great Black Hills attractions.