- Poker Tournaments
With the ladies of BLUSH
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm (preview show), full show at 8:30pm.
There is a lot to see and do in the Black Hills of South Dakota. A nature lovers dream, filled with ponderosa pine trees and massive rocks of granite, it is easy to see why people love it here. So step outside, take a deep breath of fresh mountain air and see what else the area has to offer. Stay in tune with all Deadwood, SD events by using the Deadwood event calendar.
WaTiki Waterpark Resort
The WaTiki Waterpark Resort is the largest indoor waterpark, not only in the Black Hills but in all of North and South Dakota. WaTiki Waterpark offers over 30,000 square feet of indoor splash-tastic fun for every age!
Mount Rushmore National Monument
One of the most iconic sculptures in the United States, the four presidents carved in stone are a sight to behold.
Crazy Horse Memorial
See the work in progress and hear the story of Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski and Chief Standing Bear’s vision to honor the culture, tradition and living heritage of North American Indians.
Custer State Park
Drive the wildlife loop and see land where the buffalo still roam, and deer and antelope play.
Mt. Moriah Cemetery
Visit the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickock and Calamity Jane.
D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery
See one of the oldest operational fish hatcheries in the country. This museum and archive also offers educational and interpretive programs.
Stroll through the garden oasis of colorful blooms, lush vegetation, and well manicured lawns. You may even get the rare opportunity to have an up-close and personal animal encounter with a giant albino python or a baby gator.
The home of the largest collection of privately owned black bear in the world, guests are guaranteed to see more than they bargained for.
This lake is the largest in the Black Hills and offers spectacular views and hiking paths.
At an elevation of 7,242 feet, Harney Peak is the highest point in the Black Hills.