Best vacation home deals in Deadwood
Discover a vacation rental meeting your expectations among the 193 unique rentals from more than 15 vacation rental websites in Deadwood. By directly analyzing these accommodations, HomeToGo highlights the best deals as well as the highest rated accommodations in Deadwood.
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The weather in Deadwood
The above is a climate diagram for Deadwood. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 84°. However, temperatures can go lower than 15° in Deadwood in December. The rainiest month is May while the driest month is October.
Explore the Black Hills from your Deadwood vacation home
Deadwood's unique historic sites, American culinary offerings, and nearby nature make it a well-rounded destination with something for everyone. Vacation rentals might feature log cabin construction, wood-burning fireplaces, or views of the surrounding hills.
Dining in Deadwood
Deadwood is home to a variety of restaurants where traditional American cuisine is served, and steaks are the star of the show. Head to Deadwood Legends to try your favorite cut, grilled to perfection amid a fascinating historic setting.
The area features wineries, tasting rooms, and breweries, offering locally-produced libations. The Belle Joi tasting room in historic downtown Deadwood is the perfect place to sample award-winning wines on a tranquil outside patio.
The entire city of Deadwood is recognized as a historic landmark. Strolling the historic downtown will give you a real feeling of living in a Gold Rush town. Pioneer history can be found on every street, and well into the nearby hills.
You can still try your luck panning for gold at the Broken Boot Mine, or take a tour underground to see old mine shafts. The Adams Museum and the Historic Adams House are ideal settings to learn about the town's history and founders. History buffs can visit the grave of folk hero "Wild Bill" Hickock in Mount Moriah Cemetery.
A sprawling blanket of pine woods, the Black Hills National Forest, surrounds Deadwood. The area is perfect for hiking, bicycling, and nature watching. Other sports, such as rock-climbing and horseback riding, can be found within the park as well. You can also trek to historic fire lookouts for the best view in the hills.
During winter months, these same forests transform into a snow sports paradise. Terry Peak promises more snow than any other peak in the area, and offers a range of services for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and more. There are three lifts as well as various concessions.
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