Famous for its Gold Rush history, South Dakota’s Deadwood is a city packed with stories. A National Historic Landmark, Deadwood caters to both history buffs and vacationers who like their modern-day luxuries.
Witness a reenactment show at one of the many locations on Main Street put on for free across the summer months. See gunslingers and outlaws ride in on horses, draw pistols and generally cause havoc in the town. Afterward, make your way to Mount Moriah Cemetery, where a whole array of infamous Wild West people are buried.
Discover the history of Deadwood at the non-profit organization, Adams Museum and House. With interactive exhibits and public programs, spend a day here with the family to learn about the city’s interesting past. The Days of ’76 Museum is run by the same group and opens during the Days of '76 festival, when a parade takes place in the city center, complete with a rodeo and wagon wheels.
Deadwood is popular with travelers from June to early September, when temperatures range from the 70's to low 80's.
For rodeos, parades, and reenactments on the streets, historic Deadwood in the hills of South Dakota has been entertaining guests for years. This Gold Rush town became a historical landmark back in 1961, and you can walk in the footsteps of Old West Legends while being surrounded by beautiful scenery. There's history around every corner here, such as at the Adams House Museum, the Days of 76' Museum, and the Mount Moriah Cemetery.
Every season in the Black Hill of South Dakota is full of fun. In summer, there are countless hiking trails, and in the winter, the ski areas come alive, such as Terry Peak Skiing which is just a few miles from Deadwood. The Deadwood Mickelson Trail Marathon is a popular event every year, as is the Sturgis rally.
Deadwood cabin rentals come fully furnished, and are the perfect place for a family reunion. You'll be able to find vacation home rentals with a hot tub, or vacation rentals in the center of town, to be within walking distance to attractions and nightlife.
Pick the perfect accommodation for your vacation at AllTheRooms.com. We aggregate Airbnb, Priceline, Agoda and more. Deadwood has 519 hotels, vacation rentals and other unique places to stay, with prices to suit budget travelers, luxury travelers and everything in between. A trip to Deadwood can be budget-friendly - our lowest price rental is available at $41.65 per night. The average price of a vacation rental is $287 per night.
If you want to stay connected during your trip, then you can choose from over 133 accommodations in Deadwood that have WiFi. 18 places to stay include a breakfast. You can maintain your workout regime by staying at one of 17 accommodations that provide gym facilities. If you are driving to Deadwood, you'll want to pick from 146 places to stay that provide parking. 6 hotels and vacation rentals have a a pool or jacuzzi
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We compare vacation rentals, hotels and other unique accommodation types from many providers in Deadwood, including 99 places to stay from Airbnb, 10 accommodations from Priceline and 4 places to stay from Agoda
287 of the accommodations in Deadwood have been reviewed and rated. 66% are rated great. 127 accommodations allow instant booking.