The streets of Historic Deadwood on a sunny day.

Places to Stay In or Near Deadwood

Whether you prefer to camp beneath the celestial tapestry of the Black Hills or revel in the opulence of historic Main Street, the allure of Deadwood awaits your embrace. Stay in the heart of the gambling and gunslinging action in brand-name inns, mom-and-pop motels, historic Main Street mansions, quaint cabins, hotels with casinos, mountain-town resorts, pet-friendly lodging and rustic campgrounds.

Things to Do Near Deadwood

An aerial view of people and cars outside Deadwood Mountain Grand.
Deadwood Mountain Grand, a Holiday Inn Resort
The historic Franklin Hotel in Deadwood.
Franklin Hotel

Hotels and Motels

In the realm of affordability, Deadwood shines as a beacon of good news for those seeking budget-friendly stays. Numerous motels, infused with historical significance, grace the vicinity of Main Street and neighboring Black Hills towns such as Lead, Sturgis and Spearfish, ensuring that your journey is both memorable and economical.

Hotels with Casino

It doesn’t take much work to find casino magic in most hotels in Deadwood. For the slot enthusiast or poker aficionado, it's easy to stay within a stone's throw of the action at casino hotels like Tin Lizzie Gaming Resort and Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort.

Pet-Friendly Hotels

No need to leave the dog(s) at home, Deadwood offers plenty of pet-friendly hotels. The Lodge at Deadwood, Deadwood Mountain Grand and Deadwood Station Bunkhouse and Gambling Hall welcome pets. Many campgrounds and RV parks just outside of Deadwood (see below) also allow pets. Check each locale for leash guidance, clean up after your pet and never leave your pet in the car in hot temperatures.

An outdoor view of the Terry Peak Chalets on a snowy evening.
Terry Peak Chalets
A large, two-story home from Executive Lodging of the Black Hills on an evening night in South Dakota.
Executive Lodging of the Black Hills

Campsites and RV Parks

Van lifers, RV owners and car campers can easily find hookups, restrooms and showers at several campsites in Deadwood and in the nearby towns of Sturgis and Spearfish. Days of 76 Campground and Whistler Gulch Campground are closest to Deadwood’s action, while the tranquility of Carsten Cottages and Ponderosa Pines Bunkhouse and Stables sits only two miles to the west in the sister community of Lead.

Cabins & Vacation Rentals

In Deadwood, the spirit of adventure seamlessly intertwines with the comfort of a welcoming abode, creating an experience that transcends the ordinary. Find modern chalets, luxury lodging and large homes with panoramic views near enough to Deadwood to enjoy the action, but just far enough to get a view, cook in a kitchen and eat at a large dining table with your chosen group.

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