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 Deadwood South Dakota

Due to Covid-19 the Casinos are not allowing bus groups. We will keep you informed when the situation changes.

New dates to be announced soon. 

Deadwood South Dakota

Deadwood was named by the early settlers after the dead trees found in the Gulch. Gold was discovered in 1874 by Colonel George Armstrong Custer who led an expedition into the Blackhills to find a spot to build a Fort. Word of the gold got out and there was a gold rush in 1876. Deadwood was the first small community in the U.S.A. to seek legal gambling revenues in order to maintain local Historical assets. The state legislature legalized gambling in Deadwood in 1989. You can walk down Main Street and having a great time discovering Deadwood.

Mount Rushmore

Sculptor Gutzon Borglum created the sculpture's design and oversaw the project's execution from 1927 to 1941. The sculpture features the 60-foot heads of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Rosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. It was built to promote tourism in the region. Come and see this marvel of a mountain.

Mount Rushmore

Keystone SD


Gold was discovered in 1875 in this area, with about 300 miners  working the placer mines or gold panning from the streams. It is estimated that the miners found millions of dollars worth of gold. Although mining brought settlers to Key Stone and helped the town to prosper, Mount Rushmore National Park has Helped the town to survive through tourism.

1880's Train

The standard-gauge Burlington branch that came to host the 1880 Train's operations was built in several portions between Keystone and Hill City during the central Black Hills mining boom in the 1890's. The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad pushed its line into the southwest corner of the newly created state of South Dakota in November of 1889. Come and join us for an exciting time. We will be taking a ride on this historic train between Keystone And Hill City.

1880's Train


Tour Includes:

  • Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation
  • 3 Nights' Accommodation
  • Professional Tour Director
  • Casino Package
  • All Admissions, for Mount Rushmore, Keystone & Hill City 1880's Train.
  • Fun & Games en Route

Must have a valid Passport

All packages, pricing, times and itinerary subject to change without notice

To book call (306) 566-9300

toll free (877) 844-8687 

or email - [email protected]

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