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Deer Mountain Village is in the middle of it all.

Located in the Heart of the Northern Black Hills, less than an hour from two airports, three major towns, and a number of National parks and monuments. Deer Mountain Village is in the middle of it all, while still being a retreat from it all.

Airports
  1. Rapid City Regional Airport
  2. Black Hills Airport
  3. Sturgis Municipal Airport
Bars & Restaurants
  1. Jacobs Brewhouse & Grocer
  2. Antunez
  3. Skogen Kitchen
  4. Mustang Sally’s
  5. Belle Joli Winery Tasting Room
  6. The Miller Creek Pub & Patio
  7. Side Hack Saloon & Grill
  8. Dungeon Bar
  9. Uncle Louie’s Diner
  10. Stinger Saloon
  11. Oasis Bar & Lounge
  12. Loud American Roadhouse
  13. One Eyed Jacks Saloon
  14. Iron Horse Saloon & Restaurant
  15. The Knuckle Saloon
  16. The Eyeball Bar
  17. Hideaway Diner and Bar
  18. Mill Iron
  19. Bullwacker’s Saloon
Parks & Monuments
  1. Wind Cave National Park
  2. Harney Peak
  3. Devils Tower National Monument
  4. Badlands National Park
  5. Jewel Cave National Monument
  6. Custer State Park
  7. Crazy Horse Memorial
  8. Black Elk Peak
  9. Bridal Veil Falls
  10. Tatanka Story of Bison
  11. Grave of Wild Bill Hickok
  12. Mount Rushmore
Recreation & Things To Do
  1. Deer Mountain Ski Resort
  2. Rocky Point Recreation Area
  3. Deerfield Lake
  4. Pactola Lake
  5. Sylvan Lake
  6. Andy’s Trail Rides
  7. Historic Downtown Deadwood
  8. Black Hills Caverns
  9. Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort
  10. Broken Boot Gold Mine
  11. Black Hills Mining Museum
  12. The Midnight Star
  13. Wooden Nickel Casino
  14. Adams Museum
  15. Sportsbook Deadwood
  16. Deadwood Trailhead George S. Mickelson Trail
  17. Mineral Palace Hotel & Gaming
  18. Tin Lizzie Gaming Resort
  19. Elkhorn Ridge Golf Club
  20. Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame
  21. Lookout Mountain Trail
Deer Mountain Ski Resort

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Deer Mountain Ski Resort
Jacobs Brewhouse & Grocer

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Skogen Kitchen

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Rocky Point Recreation Area

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Deerfield Lake

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Wind Cave National Park

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Harney Peak

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Pactola Lake

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Devils Tower National Monument

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Sylvan Lake

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Andy’s Trail Rides

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Badlands National Park

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Historic Downtown Deadwood

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Jewel Cave National Monument

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Custer State Park

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Crazy Horse Memorial

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Black Elk Peak

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Black Hills Caverns

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Bridal Veil Falls

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Tatanka Story of Bison

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Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort

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Broken Boot Gold Mine

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Black Hills Mining Museum

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Mustang Sally’s

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The Midnight Star

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Wooden Nickel Casino

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Adams Museum

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Sportsbook Deadwood

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Deadwood Trailhead George S. Mickelson Trail

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Grave of Wild Bill Hickok

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Mineral Palace Hotel & Gaming

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Belle Joli Winery Tasting Room

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Tin Lizzie Gaming Resort

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Elkhorn Ridge Golf Club

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The Miller Creek Pub & Patio

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Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame

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Side Hack Saloon & Grill

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Dungeon Bar

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Uncle Louie’s Diner

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Stinger Saloon

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Oasis Bar & Lounge

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Loud American Roadhouse

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One Eyed Jacks Saloon

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Iron Horse Saloon & Restaurant

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The Knuckle Saloon

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The Eyeball Bar

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Hideaway Diner and Bar

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Mill Iron

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Bullwacker’s Saloon

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Lookout Mountain Trail

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Mount Rushmore

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Rapid City Regional Airport

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Black Hills Airport

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Sturgis Municipal Airport

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Why the Black Hills?

Natural Beauty

The Black Hills are the highest mountain range in the United States east of the rockies until you reach the pyrenees in Spain. From rugged mountains and beautiful canyons in the northern hills to striking rock formations in the southern hills, streams filled with trout, and forests home to black hills spruce, aspen, birch and ponderosa, there is no shortage of natural beauty and geological diversity in the Black Hills.

Diverse Economy

A common issue in many mountain destinations is that there is no real economy to speak of outside of tourism, and this creates labor issues. This is not the case in the Black Hills. The Region is home to a diverse economy which includes agriculture, mining and natural resource extraction, gaming, tourism, and a strategic airforce base home to our nations stealth bombers. Also, the year around population of the region is over 150,000 and up to 225,000 during the summer months.

Low Taxation

South Dakota is a state well known for low taxation and regulation, promoting investment and business growth. There is no income tax in the state and it is also typically ranked as the #1 state to establish legacy trusts.

Accessibility

Located almost right in the center of the nation, the Black Hills are highly accessibly. Rapid City Regional Airport hosts daily direct flights from Dallas, Denver, Phoenix, Chicago, and Las Vegas. For Private Fliers, Black Hills Airport in Spearfish has a 6400′ runway which can accommodate almost any private aircraft.

Spearfish, SD

A mere 30-minute drive from Deer Mountain Village lies the bustling town of Spearfish, South Dakota – the largest in the Northern Black Hills. Here, adventure and relaxation await those seeking a taste of delicious cuisine and refreshing brews. Also, make sure to stop in and visit the DC National Historic Fish Hatchery, one of the most unique stops in the area. You’ll learn firsthand how local trout populations are maintained and preserved for future generations to enjoy.

Our Favorites For Dining And Drinks in Spearfish

Antunez

Authentic Mexican

Bean And Vine

Wine, charcuterie, and cafe

Farmhouse

American

Spearfish Brewing Company

Brewery and Light Fare

The Green Bean

Coffee + Deli

Dough Trader

Pizzeria

Nonnas

Italian

Redwater

American

Deadwood, South Dakota

Just a stone’s throw from Deer Mountain sits Deadwood, a town steeped in western history and charm. With over 2.5 million visitors making their way through its streets each year, it’s clear that this is a destination worth exploring. You can choose to try your luck at one of the many casinos scattered throughout town or pull up a chair in one of the legendary bars lining the historic main street. But that’s not all, for entertainment seekers there is Outlaw Square, an outdoor performance space that’s home to some of the best live music acts around. It’s easy to see why Deadwood remains one of America’s best-preserved old western towns, offering a little bit of everything to everyone who pays a visit.

Lead, SD

5 minutes from Deer Mountain Village, you’ll find yourself transported to the historic mining town of Lead, SD. With a rich legacy of gold mining, the Homestake Mine produced an astonishing 40 million ounces of the precious metal during its lifetime, making it the second largest gold mine in North American history. Today, the mine has been repurposed into the Sanford Underground Research Laboratory (SURF), which is among the deepest labs in the world. SURF is known for conducting cutting-edge experiments in fields such as physics, biology, geology, and engineering. It’s no wonder that this fascinating and unique location draws visitors and researchers from around the globe.

Our Favorites For Dining and Drinks in Lead

Sledhaus

German American

Dakota Shivers Brewing Company

Brewery

Lotus Up

Espresso + Deli

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