Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel
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We enjoyed a sleep-in, hot breakfast and then a lovely walk on the Mickelson trail into Historic gaming town, and well-preserved gambling mecca pleasant. We wandered about the town , took a few pictures, bought a few goodies, did the Adams museum and chatted with the local tourists. Lunch at the Social club was nice and healthy and then the shuttle up to the ...
... had already been there, but I wanted to go and Jenni loves bears, so she wanted to go again. After taking the bus around the park to look at the animals we got out at the baby enclosure to put our name into the raffle to win a baby bear experience, and guess what? I won, I got to take a friend with me and that was Jenni. We were both so excited and loved our half hour playing with the 3 cute baby bears, Missy, Frosty and the brown one. It was awesome! ...
... to sculpture!
After about an hour driving through the park, we headed further west to Custer State Park to see some of the 1300 bison that recide there. Did see a few antelope that were along the access loop road. They have an annual round-up of the bison herd in August every year to thin the ...
... for a tour of the town of Deadwood. The old driver told us to sit down and shut up - anybody caught standing would be sent off the bus. He was an old time cowboy version of Basil Fawlty.
Deadwood was another lawless frontier town during the 1876 Gold Rush. Here Jack McCall murdered Wild Bill Hickock during a poker game. This gave name to a hand in Poker called the dead Mans hand. It was the home of Calamity Jane among others. This town ...
... up to the campground lodge and ate supper, which consisted of a pulled-pork sandwich and fries. Really quite good, actually.
Today was a warm day with highs in the low 90's; however, the weatherman says the next couple days will only be in the mid-upper 60's!
Sorry, since today was more less a "get to destination" day, I didn't take any pictures today. But many will come tomorrow for sure!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsDeadwood Mountain Grand Hotel
Good location. No poker room. Restaurant was not memorable.
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