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 plenty of camping options when visiting Deadwood

When you are visiting Deadwood there are many camping options.  They include campgrounds in town with full hookups, or Black Hills National Forest Campgrounds.

 

National Forest Camping

Roubaix Camping – this campground has 56 sites and is about 20 minutes south of Deadwood on US Highway 385.  There is a small lake and all camp sites have fire rings.  There are NOT hookups for water and electric.

Hanna Campground – Located in Spearfish Canyon about 20 to 30 minutes from Deadwood.  The 13 Sites at this campground are located at 5,600 feet in a nice meadow.


 

Commercial Camping

Custer Crossing – Located near Roubaix Lake (about 20 minutes from Deadwood).   Camping or cabin rentals contact at 800-699-6010.

Days of 76 Campground – Located near the Rodeo grounds and museum, this campground offers full hook-ups.  There is free Wifi and the Deadwood Trolley stops here.  Contact them at 605-578-2872.

Deadwood KOA – Full hook-ups, cabins and tent areas available.  Plus a pool and hot tub.  A shuttle can take you to downtown Deadwood. Contact at 800-562-0846.

Fish ‘N Fry Campground – Unlimited fishing for rainbow trout, 50 AMP, Full hook-ups and free Wifi.  Just 5 miles from Deadwood.  Playground and pool.  Contact at 605-578-2150.

Hidden Valley Campground – Perfect for RVs or Tents.  Free Wifi, small store, new shower facility and more.  Contact at 866-578-1342.

Steel Wheel Campground – Six mile south of Deadwood.  Close to ATV and snowmobile trails.  Restaurant on site.  Contact at 877-596-9767

Whistler Gulch Campground – Camping right in Deadwood.  Pool, free Wifi, laundry, full hookups, near the Mickelson Trail.  Contact 800-704-7139.

Wild Bills Campground – About six miles south of Deadwood at the turn for historic Galena.   Tent, cabin and RV camping.  Playground, free Wifi, laundry and Restaurant and Saloon on site. Contact 605-578-2800.