Local Area Attractions
- Rental Cars Available
- A/C Bus Tours of the Black Hills
- Paved interior roads
- Free Showers
- Laundry Facility
- Grocery and Gift Store
- Heated Pool
- Hot Tub
- Recreation Room
- Basketball Court
- Hiking Trail
- FREE Shuttle to Deadwood
- Modem Friendly
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free Cable TV
- Kamp K9 for your Pooch
Car rentals - on site!
We are proud to offer car rentals on site - for your convenience!
Our cool mountain nights and central location make an ideal base camp for your Black Hills vacation. We are located one mile west of historic Deadwood on Highway 14A. Less than one hour to all Black Hills attractions
Try your luck at one of the various casinos!
Broken Boot Gold Mine
The intriguing story of one of America's last great gold rushes comes to life at Deadwood's Broken Boot Gold Mine, established in 1878. Step into the Black Hills' best underground mine tour and return to a time when the powerful punch of a miner's pick and the roaring boom of a black powder blast signaled the ongoing search for the richest veins of gold on earth. Follow the path of ore cars deep underground into the century-old shafts of the Broken Boot. Walk in the footsteps of thousands of faceless miners who sought their fortunes in the dark and explosive atmosphere of black powder and candlelight. Experienced guides will help you discover the mysteries and magic of on-time gold mining techniques. Then try your luck at gold panning the same way prospectors did here more than 100 years ago. Every guest will go home with a souvenir "share" of stock in the legendary mine. Open mid-May through mid-September, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. Tours are conducted every thirty minutes (lasting approximately thirty minutes and easily accessible to all ages).
Local Area EventsListing Calendar
August 21-24 - Deadwood Kool Deadwood Nites
Two free concerts, a show-n-shine, cruise of champions, poker run and more. Admission: for cars entered in competition. This event is handicap accessible. Contact: Deadwood Chamber and Visitors Bureau, 735 Main Street, Deadwood, SD 57732. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 800-999-1876.
September 6 - Crazy Horse Dual Anniversaries Night Blast
This is a night blast (weather permitting) on Crazy Horse Memorial, observing the anniversaries of the 1877 death of Crazy Horse and the 1908 birth of sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski. Admission: Free after 7 p.m. Handicap accessible. Contact: Crazy Horse Memorial, Avenue of the Chiefs, Crazy Horse, SD. E-mail: email@example.com. Phone: 605-673-4681.
September 25-27 - Deadwood Black Hills Jeep Jamboree
This is a family-oriented, four-wheel-drive outing that is probably unlike anything you have ever experienced. Jamborees are designed for all levels of expertise, from raw beginners to seasoned veterans, so they are fun for everyone. Jamborees are also designed for stock Jeep vehicles just like yours. For two full days, you and your family will venture to places you would never see from the highway. You will follow unpaved trails and learn how to properly use your Jeep vehicle in challenging off highway situations. And perhaps best of all, you will make new friends who will help you along the way. Admission: $250 adults, $75-$125 children. This event is handicap accessible. Contact: Jeep Jamboree USA, PO Box 1601, Deadwood, SD 57732. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 530-333-4777.
Sept 26 - Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup Arts Festival
Join the crowd and enjoy entertainment, demonstrations and more. Artisans and craftsmen from throughout the midwest exhibit and sell their wares ranging from South Dakota made products to western and Native American art. This event is held at the beautiful surroundings of Custer State Park in the Black Hills. Festival leads up to the Annual Buffalo Roundup. State park entrance license required. Contact: Custer State Park, Craig Pugsley, HC 83 Box 70, Custer, SD 57730. E-mail: email@example.com. Phone: 605-255-4515.
September 26 - Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup
Watch as cowboys, cowgirls and park crews saddle up and roundup Custer State Park's 1,500 head of buffalo. After the roundup, park staff sort, brand and vaccinate the animals for the November buffalo sale. This is one of the nation's largest buffalo roundups. Admission is free and this event is handicap accessible. Contact: Custer State Park, Craig Pugsley, HC 83 Box 70, Custer, SD 57730. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 605-255-4515.