Deadwood / Black Hills KOA

The Deadwood City Trolley will end service to the Campground after Labor Day Weekend.

The Wild West lives on in Deadwood!

The Wild West lives on in Deadwood! At this National Historic Landmark, try your luck at one of the casinos, watch historic reenactments, visit museums and gold mines, pan for gold or stop by the graves of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Hop on the trolley (in season) to downtown Deadwood. Nestled among pines and aspens in the spectacular Black Hills, this KOA is your perfect base camp with RV Sites, Tent Sites, Cabins and Deluxe Cabins. Devils Tower, Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore are short trips away. Enjoy the pool, relax in the hot tub or join in social time around the new group fire pit. Kids under 12/pets stay free. Rates higher August 2 - 11. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 50 feet. Your hosts: Debra & Arni Olson.

GPS Address: N44.370926, W103.754267

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Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 52' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/28 - 9/5)
  • Hot Tub/Sauna
  • Tour Shuttle ($)
  • Dog Park
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Convenient Location

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

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Gambling

Try your luck at one of the various casinos!

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Mount Rushmore National Memorial

The sheer size of the mountain carving on Mount Rushmore evokes a sense of awe in those who view it. We are also amazed when we see ourselves in the faces of the presidents. The four presidents carved in stone represent all Americans. They represent our courage, dreams, freedom and greatness.

The birth of our nation was guided by the vision and courage of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson always had dreams of a greater, more perfect nation, first in the words of the Declaration of Independence and later in the expansion of our nation through the Louisiana Purchase. Preservation of the union was paramount to Abraham Lincoln, a nation where all men were free and equal. At the turn of the Twentieth Century Theodore Roosevelt envisioned a great nation, a leader on the world stage, our nation was changing from a rural republic to a world power. The ideals of these presidents laid a foundation for the United States of America as solid as the rock from which their figures were carved.

Each president possessed great skills and leadership of the brand our nation needed for the times they represent. We all can look into their faces and gain inspiration and strength from these four great men and ourselves.

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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).

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