The Lodge at Deadwood

100 Pine Crest Lane, Deadwood, South Dakota, 57732, United States | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Deadwood


A travel blog entry by cathyjanu


... and headed for the Wind Cave, something we passed on our way to Alaska last year. The cave was interesting, but the drive we had leaving there and heading for Deadwood was good and bad. The roadway took to us up through the mountains on pathways that were not meant for a motor home. I should have gotten the hint when I saw the no truck sign. The road was so narrow that I used the entire road at times and really went ...

Bikers from Sturgis Harley' Rally

A travel blog entry by chapy


The Sturgis, SD Harley Davidson Rally was all week. I took a few pictures in Deadwood of the bikes. There are about 500,000+ bikers that come to Sturgis, SD, a town of about 3800 and spend most of the 9 days of the rally. Bikes are lined up everywhere you go - a constant stream of bikers on all the roads.

Jim Johnson is having a ball up here riding thru the Black Hills of SD with all the bikers.

I took several pictures ...

Yesterday, seems so far away...

A travel blog entry by steve.stever


Well, I almost didn't even bother posting a blog for yesterday, just because it was a rest and recoup from vacation day. We arrived early in the town of Deadwood, South Dakota. Talk about Wild Wild West. We found a small cabin for the night that had a loft for Alex. We walked the town and had some lunch. We went back to the cabin, played some cribbage, watched some tv, then went to ...

Deadwood and Devil's Tower

A travel blog entry by frguido


In 1874, General George Armstrong Custer led a 1,000 man expedition into the Black Hills of South Dakota ostensibly to find a site for a new fort. The fact that he had geologists with him suggested that he might also be checking out the rumors of gold having been found. The Black Hills belonged to the Sioux and were a sacred site for many tribes. Indeed there was gold there and a major strike was found in Deadwood Gulch in1875 and miners thronged to ...

Zeus is coming to town!

A travel blog entry by phungster


It's 4 AM. I am still in tune with eastern standard time. As I am looking out the window, a shower of white snow blanket coming down covering everything. It isn't the first time I experience snow like this, but it is unusual for me to have such experience in the Spring time. It's must be around 24 degree F. ZEUS is here. Yes, they do name Winter storms these days. This part of the ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 100 Pine Crest Lane, Deadwood, is near Saloon No. 10, Adams Museum, Adams House, and Broken Boot Gold Mine.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding