Where to Stay in Deadwood

Hotels, motels and lodging options are plentiful in Deadwood. After a day of fun, you can kick up your boots right in the heart of Deadwood, or relax in a cabin, bed and breakfast or vacation rental close to skiing, hiking and more.


Things to Do in Deadwood

There’s no wrong way to do Deadwood. Treat yourself to 24/7 casino gaming, hotels and resorts, fine dining and day spas. Or, dig into history around every corner. See the city with an authentic stagecoach tour or visit one of the city’s newest attractions for ages 16 and over, The Brothel: Deadwood.


With over 80 historic casinos, Deadwood is for fun-loving gamers, concertgoers and history buffs. Deadwood events are also a draw, with Thrillist naming it one of the best party towns in America. In the winter, go skiing and snowboarding at Terry Peak Ski Area or rent a snowmobile and explore 1.2 million acres of national forest.


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