Deadwood, SD


Deadwood, South Dakota
767 Main Street
57732 Deadwood, SD

For a taste of life in a rough-and-tumble Gold Rush town, visit Historic Deadwood: The Wild West boomtown was a haven for gamblers and gunslingers such as Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok, who drew the “Dead Man’s Hand” of aces and eights and died at Saloon No. 10. Stop by Old Style Saloon No. 10 today to whet your whistle at the bar or try your hand at the gaming tables. Then visit Mt. Moriah Cemetery – final resting place of both Hickok and Calamity Jane – and the Adams Museum for more on Deadwood’s frontier history. Venture underground to learn about one of the great gold rushes of the American West at the Broken Boot Gold Mine. Or try your luck at the gaming tables: With 80 casinos and 3,000 slot machines, Deadwood and gambling go together today as much as they did in the 1880s.