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A one-of-a-kind Registered National Historic Landmark, Deadwood is located just SE of Spearfish. This little town brings in 10,000’s of people each year.  Long before today’s casinos were built, Deadwood was a town run by infamous gamblers and gunslingers.  This Wild West town was made legendary by people such as Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Poker Alice and Seth Bullock- all of whom spent their time drinking and playing in the bars, brothels and gaming halls that once lined the streets. Deadwood is still wild at heart, but with a few more modern day amenities.  Spend time walking the historic streets, feasting at the many buffets and restaurants, and gambling at the 25+ casinos.  Locals and tourists alike enjoy the lure of Deadwood, whether it’s a date night out or a relaxing weekend away.


Lead arial.jpgLead is a small, unique town with big history. Located SE of Spearfish, the town was founded in 1976 after the discovery of gold made it famous. Lead is the home to Homestake Mine, which was the largest, deepest, and most productive gold mine in the Western Hemisphere before closing in 2002. Lead was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 and remains a beautiful, historical town with plenty of character.

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Sandy  Donahue and Shelby Lund
Sandy Donahue and Shelby Lund
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