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Historic Deadwood

South Dakota

Historic Deadwood, South Dakota

Winter’s Wild in Historic Deadwood

Tucked in the high reaches of the northern Black Hills, Deadwood, South Dakota, is a National Historic Landmark full of history, adventure and many of today’s contemporary luxuries.  

Here you’ll find the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane alongside deluxe hotel accommodations, day spas, fine dining and 24/7 casinos with $1,000 bet limits.

With elevations ranging from 5,000-7,000 feet, the northern Black Hills and Deadwood can average more than 200 inches of snow a year—perfect for a winter getaway.  

Bust out of a rut on more than 350 miles of connected, groomed and marked snowmobile trails.  Or hit the slopes at one of South Dakota’s two premier downhill ski resorts, Terry Peak and Ski Mystic, located just minutes from Deadwood.

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