Cabins Near Deadwood South Dakota

Tour Mount Rushmore National Memorial.

Taking a vacation in the old mining town of Deadwood takes you back in time to the outlaw and gambling days of the Wild West. As a historic landmark, Deadwood offers attractions like Mount Rushmore, Wild Bill’s grave and the Broken Boot Mine, where you can pan for gold. Over 80 casinos and gaming halls provide you with a wide range of games. The surrounding Black Hills offer numerous trails for bicycling, hiking, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. You can also hunt and fish during your visit, while you stay in one of several cabins nearby.

Cole Cabins‎

Choose from four cabins when you stay at Cole Cabins. For example, Cabin 1 sleeps up to four people in one bedroom with a queen-size bed and a full-size sofa bed. The fully equipped kitchen includes a microwave, dishwasher and all utensils. In the living area you will find a cast iron gas fireplace, television and a DVD/VCR player. The bedroom has another television, and the bathroom offers a shower with linens and soap. Original Lakota artwork from local artists adorns the cabins. These cabins also offer full handicap accessibility.

Next to Cole Cabins, you will find the Forest Service Trail connecting to trails for horseback riding, hiking, snowmobiling and four-wheeling. Hunt for elk, deer and turkey out behind the cabins. Fish within walking distance at Strawberry Lake or in the local streams. If you play golf, visit Tomahawk Country Club just one mile south on Highway 385.

Cole Cabins‎

21357 US Highway 385

Deadwood, SD 57732

(800) 245-7335

colecabins.com

Fish ‘N Fry Campground‎

Just five miles south of Deadwood, you will find the Fish ‘N Fry Campground with three fully equipped cabins or three sleeping cabins. For two to three adults, stay at The Miner’s Shack, for example. Sleep in a queen-sized bed and on the twin-size mattress in the loft. For a bathroom you must use the campground shower houses nearby. Bring your own bed linens. The Chalet sleeping cabin sleeps up to six adults with a queen-size bed, twin bunk beds and a loft with a full-size mattress. This cabin comes with a private deck, fire ring and picnic table. Made out of circles of stone or metal, fire rings have no bottom and contain fires.

If you need to sleep up to 10 adults, select The Big Log House, a two-story, four-bedroom, two-bathroom log cabin. Enjoy two private decks, one on each floor. Three bedrooms upstairs have full-size or queen-size beds, a bathroom, a separate, private bathroom for the master bedroom and a large-screen, satellite television and DVD player. The main floor contains a fourth bedroom with a full-size futon and a queen-size bed and a family room with a television and DVD player. All beds have linens and comforters.

Fish ‘N Fry Campground‎

21390 U.S. 385

Deadwood, SD 57732

(605) 578-2150

fishnfry.com

Mystic Hills Cabins and Campground‎

Located just south of Deadwood in a secluded area of the Black Hills National Forest, Mystic Hills Campground has nine cabins. Choose from a single cabin, which sleeps up to six people with two double-size beds and one fold-down bed, or the loft cabin, which sleeps up to eight people with two double-size beds and two fold-down beds. You will also find one handicap-accessible, single cabin for your convenience.

All cabins come with kitchenettes containing a refrigerator, microwave, a two-burner hot plate, cookware, dishes and linens. Bathrooms have showers. Other amenities include an outdoor fire ring and an outdoor picnic table. The cabins do not provide telephones.

Dine at Mystic Hills Campground and enjoy beer, wine, fish, burgers and steaks with friends. Eat outside on the patio, in the gazebo or around a campfire. Join friends in the lounge for beer and wine.

Mystic Hills Cabins and Campground‎

21766 Custer Peak Road

Deadwood, SD 57732-7334

(605) 584-4713

mystichillscampground.com‎