Visitors hoping for an exciting adventure will find it in Deadwood’s saloons, Broken Boot Gold Mine, and Black Hills National Park. Depending on what time travellers walk through the dusty streets of Deadwood, they may see a live gunfight. Perhaps, they will see the sheriff round the gunslingers up in the paddy wagon before they escape on their steeds. They can visit the historic town’s museums to learn about the 1876 Gold Rush before trying to strike it rich at casinos like legendary gambler, Wild Bill Hickok. By reserving a woodland cabin in the Black Hills, guests can imagine Tatanka striving to protect the millions of buffalo that once traversed these vast grasslands. To travel back in time to America’s Wild West, check out our list of the top 10 cabin rentals in Deadwood, South Dakota.
Visitors eager to delve into Deadwood’s gold rush history should reserve this four-bedroom, two-bathroom cabin nestled in the ponderosa pines. With two comfortable queen beds and two bathrooms with shower/tub combos, visitors can explore South Dakota’s dusty Wild West town. They can relax beside Whitewood Creek’s rushing waters on summer days before heading into town for a cold one at the saloon. On winter nights, guests can have fun playing the guitar on the leather sofa by the fireplace. Visitors will find autumn days ideal for hikes or making turkey dinners in the kitchen. With laundry amenities, parking, air-conditioning, satellite TV, and a patio, guests can enjoy a long peaceful vacation here.
Hidden Gulch CabinDeadwood, South Dakota, United StatesSuperhost
Top guest reviewsit was very clean and updated insidethe cabin was very clean and up to datethe cabin was clean and beautifulall rooms were cleancabin was clean cute and well stocked with everything we needed for our stay
Host:mark is great very responsive to questions within minuteswe highly recommend mark as a host and the cabin for a quiet and peaceful stayperfect for a couples getaway and family friendly as wellRead more reviewsgreat place to stay wonderful house layout kitchen area and environmentstylish updated cabin easy access to everything in deadwood very quiet with calming creek running in frontlocation was perfect and off the main road with very little traffic
Groups looking to host family gatherings or nature retreats can book this cosy, woodland cabin year-round. With two kitchens, a large parking area, and a wrap-around deck, you and your companions will surely love staying here. The seven bedrooms have two king-sized beds, eight queen-sized beds, and two sofa beds, making it ideal for up to twenty-six guests. During the summer, guests can shoot pool in the garage game room while sipping cold beers. After skiing through the Black Hills, guests can soak in the hot tub or read a good book on leather sofas by the enormous Buffalo head.
Buffalo Thunder LodgeSuperhost
Top guest reviewsthis cabin is fabulous enough room for 7 families to staywe needed a property for a large group with lots of bathrooms and kitchen space and this was perfectRead more reviewsclose to downtown and awesome amenitiesnice place to spend time as a family
Guests vacationing at this four-bedroom, four-bathroom retreat for up to fourteen guests will experience spectacular views of Deadwood Gulch. The bedrooms feature sitting areas and are adjacent to bathrooms with shower/tub combos. Plush velour or leather furnishings are perfect for movies after sledging on snowy trails. While dinner is being prepared in the kitchen, guests can play cards or board games on the veranda. The living room’s cathedral ceiling and windows allow for stunning mountain views. There is a two-car garage and large driveway for storing up to twelve vehicles or two cars, trailers, and outdoor toys.
Deadwood Gem - Great Location!
Top guest reviewslots of room great layout really appreciated the drive through garage beautiful views lots of wildlifewe were able to make multiple meals in the kitchen and enjoy use of an outdoor grillthe house was clean and easy to findthe property was clean comfortable and well stocked in a pleasant wooded area
Host:first thing is communication with the owner or property manager; which was fantasticRead more reviewsgood location if your touring the areahouse was very nice and location was greatthis house is an awesome place to stay if you have a bigger family
This mountain cabin in the Black Hills can handle up to eight visitors with its four moderate-sized bedrooms. From the super-sized balcony, visitors can view cougars slinking down the mountainside. The bar’s granite counters are ideal for enjoying hot alcoholic drinks after hiking through winding mountain trails on autumn days. On wintry days, guests can relax in the whirlpool, take candlelight baths, or recline next to the stone fireplace. The kitchen’s granite island and rustic table are perfect for sharing large meals.
**5 Minutes From Deadwood, ** Sweeping Views, ** Outstanding LocaleDeadwood, SD, US
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The main residence features three rustic bedrooms with large windows for great views of the Black Hills. The mini cabin is ideal for teens or couples who want some privacy. Following Nordic skiing along Mickelson Trail, visitors can thaw out in the sauna, shower, or hot tub. Guests are within driving distance of Deadwood’s stores to buy firewood for the fireplace. Families can watch sports upstairs on velvet olive sofas or step outside to relax on the upper terrace.
Silver King Lodge - private cabin south of Deadwood with the creek in your back yard!Deadwood, South Dakota, United States
Top guest reviewsif you like to stay in and cook the kitchen is sparsely stocked with what you would needa very clean and cozy cabin the outside hot tub next to the creek was very relaxingfabulous cabin very clean comfortable and easy drive to deadwoodRead more reviewsthe location was greatthe location is fabulous if your riding the trails and very close to deadwoodthis place was great such a beautiful location and close enough to all the sites
When at this three-bedroom, two-bathroom rental, up to 10 guests can spend their time in nature. With the national forest nearby, it’s easier for guests to go snowshoeing, hiking, and biking. With parking, laundry, and a double garage for vehicles and off-road toys, visitors can experience Deadwood’s beautiful lakes and the Black Hills for extended stays. After having meals on the kitchen’s stools, guests can sip hot chocolate by the wood stove on the velvety loveseat. Visitors can spend peaceful moments swinging aimlessly on the patio’s swing chair, having aromatherapy baths, or reading in the loft.
Elk Creek Retreat - wonderful family cabin with the creek babbling in front and acreage behind it!Deadwood, South Dakota, United States
Top guest reviewswe had a great stay super clean homethe house was so cleangreat cabin to stay at the cabin had plenty of space and was very clean
Host:the staff at deadwood connections are friendly and hospitable overall excellent experienceRead more reviewsawesome location and wonderful accommodationsgreat location and beautiful cabingreat location we went snowmobiling skiing and gambling and everything was within 15 minutespeaceful family retreat thay is close to many wonderful places to visitbeautiful place to stay loved the layout of the house
While the winter winds howl outside, guests will be tucked away in their toasty two-bedroom, two-bath alpine haven. They can also relax on the grey leather sectional opposite the fireplace or soothe their weary muscles in the hot tub’s steamy waters. With two queen-sized beds and a double bed, up to six adventurers can sleep comfortably here. Guests will find the patio and fire pit to be perfect areas for socializing and stargazing. With a gravel driveway, guests can park recreational vehicles, trailers, and their vehicles, except when the snow flies since trailers won’t have space to turn around.
Gnarly Pine CabinDeadwood, South Dakota, United States
This cosy cabin is hidden away in Deadwood’s evergreen forests, making it a tranquil haven for up to 14 outdoors enthusiasts. The double garage and driveway can store all your vehicles for exploring nature trails, Deadwood, and Sturgis. This evergreen sanctuary’s four bedrooms feature seating, comfy beds, stone or wood wall accents, and two adjacent bathrooms. There is a desk in the lounge area where guests can work or read in peace. However, the real treasure is the patio’s dining area and hot tub platform where guests can view sunsets over the pines.
Deadwood MeadowsDeadwood, South Dakota, United States
Top guest reviewsthe cabin was clean and as advertisedthe advertised grill had clearly never been cleaned
Host:very timely responses and very accommodating would book through black hills adventure lodging againRead more reviewsa great secluded location only about 2 miles away from deadwoodawesome place secluded enough but also close enough to deadwood on a main highwaywe loved the location and viewing the stars from the hot tub was amazing
Visitors vacationing at this three-bedroom cabin can stargaze while taking a dip in the hot tub. As guests play cards on the back patio, they will see Pactola Reservoir’s sapphire waters glowing amongst the evergreen valley. The three bedrooms have wood floors, ceiling fans, and many windows to keep travellers cool in the summer. Whereas after winter woodland excursions, guests can retreat to the whirlpool or cosy up next to the fireplace. Families can recount their adventures on studded-leather mocha seats before helping out in the kitchen. After attending the Black Hills Blue Grass Festival, guests can enjoy a steamy Epsom salt bath before bed.
Aspen SummitLead, South Dakota, United States
Families of up to 10 will appreciate this mountaintop getaway with three bedrooms, a living room, and two baths. While socializing on the deck’s pink furniture or in the hot tub, visitors can view deer, turkeys, grizzlies, and more. Those attending Sturgis’ legendary motorcycle rally will have plenty of room to store their Harleys, trailers, and other toys. As you prepare meals in the kitchen, toddlers can play with plush animals in the travel crib. Guests returning from lakefront activities can have a quick shower before playing pool or air hockey in the barn. Visitors can enjoy autumn’s splendour while grilling fish on the deck or sitting under an afghan by the fireplace.
Wooded remote setting near DeadwoodSturgis, South Dakota, United States
Top guest reviewsliving room furniture was just as comfortablewe especially enjoyed the electric pancake grill the master bedroom has comfortable king sized bedthe kids enjoyed the hiking wat hing for deer and the air hockey tablethe huge kitchen is well stocked with cooking equipmentthe kitchen is very well equipped and we loved seeing the many deer in the yard each daya very clean and open spaceeverything was super clean and fresh smelling if not a bit wornwe so enjoyed this place for its spaciousness cleanliness and beautiful serene location
Host:the host was fantastic quickly responding to questions we hadrich was a great hostrichard is a great hostrich is a great hostthe host was responsive and concerned with providing us a good experienceRead more reviewsgood location and close to deadwoodthis is a great tucked-away location that is still very near deadwoodgood space and good locationthis place is located in a beautiful semi-remote location 10 minutes from deadwoodnice relaxing location quiet and peaceful
Discover Deadwood's Wild West
Visitors can go horseback riding on Mickelson Trail before exchanging their steeds for steel horses to attend Sturgis’ Motorcycle Rally. The majestic Black Hills history is rich with archaeological dinosaur digs, native folklore, and gold mines. Guests can see Tatanka’s iron buffalo before heading out on the range in Custer National Park. Once there, they’ll be surrounded by hundreds of these mighty, woolly-jawed beasts. Adventurers can paddle their canoes along lakes which remained untouched for generations before the battle for the American West began. If you want to experience all these incredible sights, you should book a cabin in Deadwood, South Dakota.
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