Hampton Inn Deadwood

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

531 Main Street, Deadwood, South Dakota, 57732, United States
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staying in a casino- hotel without gambing

by Martinewezel

Searching the Internet, I noticed that Deadwood is a casino town. Booking a room in a hotel in Las Vegas is quite anonymous, so no problem when not gambling, but what about booking a room in a small historic Deadwood hotel? Are you supposed to gamble when staying in a casino -hotel such as the Bullock hotel or the Franklin hotel?

Re: staying in a casino- hotel without gambing

by jumpingwithnorman

No matter how small or huge a casino is, there is NO requirement that you gamble at all. The hotel proprietors probably hope that you would drop a couple of bucks or more but don't feel bad if you don't. Just enjoy the ambience!

Re: staying in a casino- hotel without gambing

by OiKnow

Deadwood is a very cute "Wild West" town. There is no requirement that you gamble. I presented a workshop in a meeting room in a casino in Deadwood a few years ago. Some of the participants played the slots on there way in and our and others didn't That is a really pretty area. Enjoy it.
David

Re: staying in a casino- hotel without gambing

by Martinewezel

Thanks for replying. We'll enjoy our stay in historic Deadwood.

Re: staying in a casino- hotel without gambing

by KimberlyAnn

There is no requirement to gamble in Deadwood. We have visited the town twice, we don't gamble, but enjoy the history of the town. My VT pages on Deadwood may be of interest to you if you are planning to explore the history of the area. Some establishments you stay in or eat at may give you coupons to lure you to their gambling activities, but that is as much encouragement as you will get.

Travel Tips for Deadwood

Have a drink where Wild Bill had his

by mrclay2000

#10 Saloon brings back the Old West, but town is still full of several similar sites History comes alive in no place better than Deadwood's #10 Saloon

Phone: (800) 852-9398 or local (605) 578-3346

Homestake Gold Mine Visitor Center

by KimberlyAnn

The Homestake Visitor Center is located at 160 West Main Street in the nearby town of Lead, South Dakota and is open Monday through Saturday. This is a good place to learn about the history of gold mining in the area. The Black Hills was the location of the last great gold rush in the continental United States. The wealthy George Hearst purchased the Homestake Mine in 1877. Digging 8,000 feet below the earth’ surface, 40 million troy ounces of gold were mined before it closed. This made it the largest gold mine in the western hemisphere, as well as the oldest in the world. You will see a small display, and a massive man-made bowl that is the open cut of the mine. This bowl measures 1,250 feet deep and one-half mile across. This open pit mine area was mined until 1998. Tours are available from Memorial Day in May through Labor Day in September. These are surface tours that start at the visitor center and will explain the history of the open cut and the story of Homestake. The bus tour will take you through the city of Lead and onto the grounds of the mine where your guide will explain the buildings and how the gold was processed. Even if you choose not to take the tour, you can still view the small display, and look into the open mine from the visitor center.

Stay in, or at least visit,...

by DoctorDon

Stay in, or at least visit, Deadwood. Gambling is legal there, starting with 5-cent slots, and nothing is
over $5. You can gamble all night on $20, and the town's history (Calamity Jane, Wild Bill Hickok, who
was shot to death there) is great, and well presented. It makes other towns in the area pale by comparison,
and offers more than just the tourity souvenirs other towns offer.
Brick streets, original building exteriors (in most cases), and the whole town is a national historic monument.

Deadwood, South Dakota

by basstbn

"There's Gold in Them Thar Hills / Tourists"

Nancy and I considered our brief visit to Deadwood to be one of the few downers (along with car trouble) on our enjoyable vacation in the Black Hills area of South Dakota.

The town does have some colorful history going for it, and the Main Street has been nicely preserved (or restored). As for its past, Wild Bill Hickock was murdered here while holding a full-house at the poker table, and there was a short-lived gold rush. Nowdays, however, one cannot escape the feeling the only gold rush is for whatever glimmers in the tourist pocket book. I'd put Deadwood in a category just below Branson and Pigeon Forge when it comes to touristic schlock. People who just live to gamble away their "fortunes" in semi-glitzy casinos may have a different perspective on the place, I guess, but we found little here of interest.

Trip to Deadwood

by penni_ann

My trip to Deadwood, South Dakota was really fun for me. I spent time with my parents sight seeing awesome things. It also was educational but not. It was educational on the terms that I learned things that are actually going to stay in my head; like I share the same birth date as Calamity Jane and my oldest brother shares his birth date with Wild Bill Hickock. Even though I'll never learn to spell there names I will remember it. I enjoyed my trip even with the twelve hour drive and the cramming into the back seat after ever stop.

If you ever go to Deadwood DON'T eat anything or drink anything that was made with water! Their is a odd taste to it which I think is from the forest fires a few years ago.

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Address: 531 Main Street, Deadwood, South Dakota, 57732, United States