Thanksgiving

in Historic Deadwood

November 25, 2021 - November 25, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving, from Historic Deadwood to You!

We strongly recommend making Thanksgiving dinner reservations ahead of time!

Enjoy the following Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 25th) promotions from Deadwood Chamber members:

➡Holiday Ho Ho Horseshoes
November 18 through December 30, purchase a unique Deadwood holiday ornament (horseshoe) from participating locations to win great prizes. Each horseshoe has a unique number which could correspond to a winning number at participating locations. While supplies last, with multiple purchases welcome! For more info, click HERE.

➡Outlaw Square Skating Season
Outlaw Square’s first day of open skating is November 20. For more details, including hours and rates, please visit OutlawSquare.com.

➡Holiday Parking Fees Donated for Good Cause
Free parking for all! Park free in any public paid parking spot in Deadwood, except the Broadway Ramp, for free from November 24 through December 26. Any revenue received at these spaces as well as from the Broadway Parking Ramp will be earmarked as donation to local non-profit organizations.

➡Christmas Tree Permits Now Available, Black Hills National Forest
Black Hills National Forest Christmas tree permits are available for purchase either online at Recreation.govfrom your local Forest Service office or from private vendors throughout the Black Hills – including from the Deadwood Welcome Center (501 Main Street). Details about where to cut your tree and height restrictions may be found at Recreation.gov.

To purchase a Christmas Tree permit online, visit Recreation.gov and search for Black Hills National Forest Christmas Tree Permit. It is important to carefully read the overview and need-to-know information prior to purchasing the permit. Visitors will need to set up or login to a Recreation.gov account to complete the transaction. Each permit is $10 for any tree, plus a $2.50 processing fee. Users can purchase up to five permits per account. Online permits are ready to print immediately after purchasing and must be visible as you remove your tree(s) from the Forest.

Additionally, all 4th graders throughout the United States receive a FREE Christmas tree permit, as part of the Every Kid Outdoors Program. If utilizing the online system at Recreation.gov, enter the voucher or pass number when prompted. Call your local Forest Service office for more information on the Every Kid Outdoors Program.

For more information on Christmas Tree permits, contact the Black Hills National Forest Supervisor’s Office at (605) 673-9200.

➡FREE Deadwood Coupon Books!
Free coupon books at Deadwood info locations (501 Main Street, or 3 Siever Street)

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