Get Outside and Discover the Outdoor Recreation and Adventures of DeadwoodEvery season in Deadwood is full of legendary fun. Outdoor lovers will strike it rich in Deadwood, which is surrounded by the natural beauty of the Black Hills National Forest. Spring, summer and fall, you can hike, mountain bike or enjoy motorcycle rides on our scenic byways. Our lakes and streams are an angler’s paradise and our expansive trail system is ideal for walkers, runners, hikers and horseback riders. Bring your ATV or rent one and go off road on miles of motorized trails, just a few minutes from Historic Main Street. In the winter, Deadwood has just as much to offer. The town is located only a few miles from Terry Peak Ski Resort, visitors can also enjoy cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, and snowboarding along with the great gaming and nightlife of Deadwood. The town is on the trailhead of the highly rated, interconnected and groomed snowmobile trails of the Black Hills. COVID-19: Deadwood is prioritizing safe travel. Learn more at deadwood.com/covid.
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Elkhorn Ridge on the historic Frawley Ranch is a planned community offering two housing developments, a Championship 18-hole golf course, and a camping resort.
Our company is two parts: Adventures and Fitness: ADVENTURES: We offer guided outdoor adventures.
The George S. Mickelson Trail, in the heart of the beautiful Black Hills, was completed in September of 1998.
Imagine your own, exclusive two- to six-acre recreational property, with easy access and an amazing view.
The Handley Center offers walking track, sauna, Friday Night skate night, boxing, pre-school, weight room, racquetball, climbing wall, Tae Kwon Do.
Mad Mountain Snowmobiles strives to provide an exciting outdoor experience of the Black Hills.
We are a community of outdoor enthusiasts who support the local economy and use of the Mickelson Trail.
Mt. Roosevelt, a mere 2.5 miles from downtown Deadwood, is home to the “Friendship Tower“ monument created by Seth Bullock, in memory of the friendship he had with President Theodore Roosevelt.