Deadwood /Black Hills

South Dakota

May 25-31   2020

 Leave the grown-up in you behind and let loose in Deadwood

"You’re never too old to get out and play"

We have added so many new and exciting events and tours to this trip from years past.

One trip to Deadwood and you’ll understand what we mean when we say… you come once you'll come again.


Our first night will be at Prairie's Knight Casino Hotel arriving in Deadwood where we will be staying 4 nights at the beautiful   Lodge at Deadwood Gaming Resort, a luxurious mountain resort that will thrill you with beauty and scenery, as well free wi-fi, very nice casino, Table Games, Poker Room, Fitness Centre- Water Park-Gift Shop- Outdoor Lounging Area with Firepit- Transportation to Main Street Deadwood with trolley every hour.

The food choices are fabulous from The Deadwood Grille and Oggie's Sports Bar with 24 hour service available.

On our way heading back to Winnipeg we will be staying at the newly expanded Dakota Magic Casino & Hotel


Deadwood is full history and fun, with roots going back to 1876 when outlaws, gamblers and gunslingers like Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Poker Alice came to town looking for a good time. The Moto of Deadwood                  “No Rules. No Regrets. Since 1876.”

The fun you’ll have here is truly historic. Seriously, the entire town is a National Historic Landmark.  as well as casino's to enjoy, restaurants, bar's, gift shops it has it all in laid back setting in the beautiful Hills of South Dakota.


 "The Lodge at Deadwood"

Our home for the 4 night we are in Deadwood

See the Lodge

Tours and Events included in trip:

Mount Rushmore National Memorial is centered on a sculpture carved into the granite face of Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills in Keystone, South Dakota. Sculptor Gutzon Borglum created the sculpture's design and oversaw the project's execution from 1927 to 1941 with the help of his son Lincoln Borglum. Plus enjoy the BEST ice cream ever.

Crazy Horse Monument plus tour to base

Keystone Shopping & Sightseeing 

Dinner Theater where the food is great and music is fun

Visitors Center at Lake Pactola (see the sight where National Treasure Movie was Shot)

Chapel in The Hills: Arriving you are greeted at the "Stabbur," which is an authentic grass-roofed store house, built in Norway and assembled on site. Also on the grounds is an authentic log cabin museum. Built by a Norwegian prospector who came to the Black Hills during the gold rush, it houses articles brought over from Norway or made by Scandinavians in this country during the 1800's.


Belle Joli Winery Tour & Tasting

Fort Meade Museum

Sturgis Museum see the motorcycles of yesterday and today. The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the largest motorcycle rally in the world. It is held annually in Sturgis, South Dakota, 2019 was it's 79th year.

Sightseeing tour of Deadwood by Stage Coach

$75 slot play 

1 Dinner 

2 -$10 Food coupons at Lodge of Deadwood to use at will



So many things to see and do on your own, we have listed just a few, we will give you so much more information on the bus.

Note: most exhibits and service only open late May, this is why we only go after the 3rd week in May so you will have the best experience possible.


Trial of Jack McCall Small Fee $5 must book in advance

Mount Moriah Cemetery Small Feee $7-$8

Deadwood’s historic cemetery includes such notables as Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, a self-guided tour where you’ll learn about some of Deadwood’s most interesting characters!

Saloon #10  free

The Old Style Saloon #10 is packed full of historic Deadwood memorabilia







Adams Museum: Small fee $5

In 1930 pioneer businessman W.E. Adams founded the Adams Museum  with the purpose of preserving and displaying the history of the Black Hills.

Potato Creek Johnny’s original 7.346 troy ounce gold nugget. Beloved American illustrator N.C. Wyeth’s pencil sketch drawing of Western legend Wild Bill Hickok

A rare one-of-a-kind plesiosaur (marine reptile)

Living with Legends offers you a chance to meet and be seen with the legends of Deadwood: Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Deadwood Dick, and Seth Bullock, to name a few. Studio portraits, personal belongings and glimpses into the lives of these larger-than-life figures both honors their legacies and affirms our shared humanity.


Days of 76 Museum: Small Fee $8

Home of the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in South Dakota and the Don Clowser collection of important Old West Pioneer and American Indian artifacts, archives, firearms, & artwork.

Historic Adams House: Small Fee $5

Historic Queen Anne-style house built in 1892 by Deadwood Pioneers Harris and Anna Franklin. The building of this elegant home heralded the transition from rough and tumble gold mining town to a town of more wealth and social prominence.


Visit and play at all the historic casinos and learn about the Slime Factory now call "Deadwood Mountain Grand Resort" after a multi million dollar overhaul to turn  it from a Slime Factory to a Casino Resort.  


Rates:

Double| $ 930

Solo     | $1325   

A deposit is required to book this trip $100, non- refundable if cancellation 30 days from trip date. Full balance of trip must be paid on o before May 1, 2020  


1 Early booking discount is offered if booked with deposit before December 1,2019 save $30.00 per person.


Payments may be via E-transfer, Cheque, if by Credit Card add 3%


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