You’ll Always Find Something to Do in DeadwoodCome let loose in Deadwood, South Dakota. The fun you’ll have here is truly historic. Seriously, the entire town is a National Historic Landmark. Our roots go back to 1876 when outlaws, gamblers and gunslingers like Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Poker Alice came to town looking for gold and a good time. We still know how to have a good time today from our free Wild West re-enactments to our wild nightlife. Be a player in our gaming halls and feel like a teenager again as you go wild at our live concerts and comedy shows. In Deadwood, just about anything goes. You want a Bloody Mary for breakfast? We won’t judge. In fact, we just might join you. COVID-19 Information: Deadwood is prioritizing safe travel and health and hygiene protocols are in place to ensure an enjoyable experience for all. Learn more at Deadwood.com/COVID. If you have a question on protocols a particular property is following, we encourage you to contact them directly. Thank you!
With over 30,000 square feet of swimming pools and water slides, WaTiki Indoor Waterpark Resort is the largest indoor waterpark in the Dakotas.
West River – All Things Deadwood and Western Decor Open in May 2017, by Tom and a Julie Koth, this store has ‘All Things Deadwood’ and more.
Historic parks in the middle of town. Picnic, fish, bike or stroll along scenic Whitewood Creek.
Come tour the Wild Bill Bar, the location where Wild Bill Hickok was killed! Our historic bar features pool, darts, and Foosball.
The midwests largest cavern 60 million years old. Easy drive, take Exit 32 off I-90 or South of Deadwood on Hwy 385.
Retail at the Martin and Mason Hotel.
WINTER HOURS BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1, 2020 Martin Mason Hotel: Guests always have access to their rooms via Sherman Street or Deadwood Street (the easier staircase of the two).
Delightful family fun! Woody’s Old time photos where everyone relives the Wild West! Dress in vintage costumes. Woody’s is the largest Old Time Photo studio in the US.