RV Rentals in Deadwood, South Dakota

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Prime Time RV Crusader 337QBH

Prime Time RV Crusader 337QBH

2018 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 7
Offers Delivery
19.1 miles from Deadwood, SD
$200
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Keystone RV Bullet 290BHS

Keystone RV Bullet 290BHS

2019 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 7
Offers Delivery
25.7 miles from Deadwood, SD
$150
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Palomino Puma 30RKQS

Palomino Puma 30RKQS

2020 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 5
Offers Delivery
9.0 miles from Deadwood, SD
$149
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Heartland Prowler 28P BHS

Heartland Prowler 28P BHS

2014 / Travel Trailer
Instant Book
Sleeps 10
Offers Delivery
33.9 miles from Deadwood, SD
$135
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Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

2020 / Travel Trailer
Instant Book
Sleeps 10
Offers Delivery
36.7 miles from Deadwood, SD
$189
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Popular RV Rentals Near Deadwood, South Dakota for Any Budget

With so many RV rental choices available in Deadwood, South Dakota, this region is a great travel option for aficionados of the Old West. The most popular choice is travel trailers, and you can find options for sleeping up to eight people for $100 per night. You can also find terrific Class C motorhomes starting at about $125 per night. The cheapest option is popup campers beginning at about $75 per night, and they can be towed by most vehicles. With so many different five-star choices, it is easy to find the right one for you. Snag the RV rental in Deadwood that best meets your needs today. 

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Deadwood, South Dakota, No Matter the Budget

Wounded Knee is about 133 miles from Deadwood. Spend a day or two visiting the Wounded Knee Museum to learn more about the Wounded Knee Massacre before visiting the Wounded Knee Memorial. 

Another great vacation destination is Sturgis, which is located about 14 miles from Deadwood. This city's August motorcycle rally is one of the biggest globally, but the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame is open year-round. Learn more about history by visiting the Old Fort Meade Museum. 

Rapid City is about 41 miles away, and you will want to visit Bear Country USA and the Reptile Gardens. It is a great place to start a Badlands tour. 

Explore Deadwood, South Dakota, in an RVshare RV Rental

George Armstrong Custer led a group of about 1,000 men who discovered gold near Deadwood in 1876. Soon, thousands of prospectors quickly arrived in the area, despite the land belonging to the Sioux Nation. Over the next few years, they found about 10% of the world's known gold supply. About 1,000 prospectors settled in present-day Deadwood, including Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, and Seth Bullock. Slowly, the town changed from being lawless to a working town under Bullock and other lawmen.

You can relive some of Deadwood's early days by shopping in the historic downtown area. During the summer, you may become part of a historical reenactment as Bullock tries to stop the bad guys. The area is lined with historical markers, including the spot where Jack McCall assassinated Wild Bill Hickok, and there are plenty of restaurants and saloons to visit. Learn even more by touring the Adams House, constructed in 1892, the Days of 76 Museum, the Adams Museum, and the Mount Moriah Cemetery. Each focuses on a different aspect of life in Deadwood during the city's early days. 

Especially if you have children along, visit the Broken Boot Gold Mine as they will probably find something worth bringing home when they go gold panning. This is a great stop to learn more about the gold mines that operated here from 1876 to 1904. 

The oldest restaurant in South Dakota is Deadwood Legends Steakhouse. Get a table here if you're interested in dining on a prime rib almost as big as a dinner plate. Be sure to gander at some of the photos of people like Babe Ruth, John Wayne, Buffalo Bill, Theodore Roosevelt, and William Taft who have eaten in this restaurant since it first opened in 1902. Then, enjoy playing at the attached casino. There are other outstanding restaurants you will want to enjoy, including The Deadwood Grill, Jacobs Brewhouse and Grocer, and Deadwood Social Club. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Spearfish: Take a drive on the Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway to enjoy some spectacular Black Hills scenery, and stop and visit with the 10,000 residents of Spearfish. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 17 Gas Stations 
  • 20+ Campgrounds 
  • 1 Nearby State Natural Area 
  • 19 Nearby Dump Stations 

Lead: This historical mining town is located 5 miles south of Deadwood.

  • 14 Restaurants 
  • 6 Gas Stations 
  • 7 Campgrounds 
  • 1 Nearby State Park 
  • 3 Nearby Dump Stations 

Piedmont: You find Piedmont on the northeastern edge of the Black Hills National Forest. 

  • 3 Restaurants 
  • 2 Gas Stations 
  • 9 Campgrounds 
  • 3 Nearby Dump Stations 

Best National Parks Near Deadwood, South Dakota

There are three national parks within a 4-hour drive of Deadwood. You will want to see the unique scenery at Badlands National Park, located about 100 miles southeast of Deadwood. Explore one of the largest caves in the United States and go for a hike to see the wildlife, including bison, at Wind Cave National Park, which is located about 75 miles to the south. Another national park that you will not want to miss is Theodore Roosevelt National Park, where you can see a prairie dog town and explore ranching history at the Maltese Cross Ranch Cabin. This park is located about 217 miles to the north. 

Popular State Parks Near Deadwood, South Dakota

Bear Butte State Park is a terrific place to see the igneous rock in the Black Hills that formed about 1 million years ago. Consider starting your visit at the museum to learn more about the Northern Plains Indians who consider this mountain sacred. The Centennial Trail starts near this Sturgis state park. 

Another fantastic state park to visit is Custer State Park. Start your visit at the Custer State Park Visitor Center to get details about daily events occurring at this 71,000-acre park. The Wildlife Loop is a fantastic place to go on a scenic drive. Learn more about the wildlife and ecosystem by stopping at the Peter Norbeck Outdoor Education Center. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Deadwood, South Dakota

Stop and see the Mt. Roosevelt Memorial/Friendship Tower when visiting Deadwood. Seth Bullock had this tower constructed upon hearing of President Roosevelt's death to honor the two men's extraordinary friendship. This monument off Forest Service Road 133 offers excellent views of the Black Hills from its picnic area. The Society of Black Hills Pioneers raised funds to build the tower in 1915, and they donated it to the United States Forest Service in 1966. The tower was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005. Five hiking trails start from this monument. 

Upcoming Events Near Deadwood, South Dakota

  • Days of '76 Rodeo – Enjoy this weeklong late-July festival, including professional rodeos, historical parades, and other activities. 
  • Kool Deadwood Nites – Classic car lovers will not want to miss this five-day festival featuring cars, sock hops, and 1960s music. 
  • Deadwood Jam – Enjoy an art show and auction along with live music during this three-day festival in September. 

Popular POI Activities Near Deadwood, South Dakota

  • Old Baldy Trail – Starting off Forest Service Road 134, this six-mile trail is gorgeous in the fall. 
  • Spearfish Canyon – There are several hikes of varying lengths through and near this canyon. 
  • Mickelson Trail – This 109-mile hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding trail follows an old railroad line. 
  • Pactola Reservoir – Fly anglers will love fishing the Pactola Reservoir in the Black Hills National Forest as it is the deepest and largest reservoir in the area. 
  • Iron Creek Lake – Go fishing, hiking, and swimming at this small lake. 
  • Black Hills National Forest – This national forest offers excellent biking, hiking, climbing, and horseback riding opportunities. 

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

There are many campgrounds within the Deadwood region. Consider Big Rig RV Park and Sturgis RV Park in the middle of this community's downtown area. Days End Campground, Cabins and RV Park is another Sturgis campground, and it is conveniently located just off the interstate while Katmandu RV Park is an option in a quiet area of the city. Vanocker Campground is in the southern part of Sturgis. If you are looking for a peaceful country setting, consider the Rush No More RV Resort and Campground near Sturgis. No Name City RV offers locations and equipment for special occasions. While all the other campgrounds provide full hookups, you can find full hookups and dry camping opportunities at Lamphere Ranch Campground. Bear Butte Campground sits 4.5 miles from Sturgis and has a party atmosphere. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Deadwood, South Dakota

There are great RV dump stations in the Deadwood area. Many are at Deadwood campgrounds, including Wild Bill's Campground, Whistler Gulch RV Park & Campground, Trout Haven Resort, Steel Wheel Campground and Deadwood KOA Campground. The city also offers an RV dump station at Lead-Deadwood Sanitary. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Deadwood, South Dakota

You may want to consider SoDak Storage at Spearfish when looking for RV storage solutions near Deadwood as they offer units up to 50-feet long with a powered 14-foot door. Another option is Whitewood Storage in Whitewood, where you may be able to get indoor or outdoor storage for your RV. Stagebarn Storage in Black Hawk offers outside RV storage.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Deadwood, SD

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Deadwood?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Deadwood, SD, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Deadwood?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Deadwood from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Deadwood?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.

RV Rentals Near Deadwood, SD

National Parks Near Deadwood, SD

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Road Trips Starting from Deadwood, SD

RV Dump Stations Near Deadwood, SD
Rapid City has a lot to offer. It’s one of the biggest cities in South Dakota and is a gateway to the great Mount Rushmore. You can find many RV dump stations in South Dakota’s southwestern region.
RV Storage Near Deadwood, SD
If you’re planning to tour South Dakota, then you might want to consider taking an RV on your vacation. You’ll be able to camp at plenty of lovely RV campgrounds in the Sturgis area. Snow and ice are a couple of the threats to the well-being of your camper, so you’ll want to find quality RV storage Sturgis to protect your trailer. In no particular order, here are eight reliable RV storage facilities in Sturgis, South Dakota.
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