Are dogs allowed in Deadwood? Here’s the Answer

What stores do not allow dogs?

Note: Due to regulation, grocery stores aren’t dog-friendly and food-serving establishments typically don’t allow dogs indoors. … Other retailers that don’t allow pet dogs due to corporate policy and/or local health codes are:

  • Target.
  • Walmart.
  • Costco.
  • Trader Joe’s.
  • Tiffany’s.
  • IKEA.
  • Most chain grocery stores.
  • No. No animals of any kind are allowed in the monument area. I witnessed a park ranger kindly escorting a couple with a pet out of the restricted area. No pets allowed. Reviewed this attraction

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    The Basics –

  • Deadwood is about 50 miles (80 kilometers) from Mount Rushmore.
  • 43 min (41.6 mi) via I-90 W and US-14 ALT W.
  • The closest airport is Rapid City Regional Airport.
  • Hours – (remember South Dakota is on Mountain Time)

  • Deadwood Visitor Center: 9 am – 5 pm daily
  • Mount Moriah Cemetery 9 am – 5 pm daily
  • Bullock Hotel –

    The Bullock Hotel will transport you back in time. You get to walk through the very same corridors, rooms, and hallways that Deadwood’s first Sheriff, Seth Bullock, who supposedly proudly haunts the hotel! *This hotel is not pet friendly.

    Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort

    304 Cliff St/Hwy 85 S., Deadwood, SD

    Across from the Mickelson Trail, with a 24-hour casino the Deadwood Gulch a great headquarters for your Deadwood trip. *This hotel is pet friendly.

    Iron Horse Inn

    Located in historic downtown this historic hotel is directly across the street from Outlaw Square. It’s a great base for your Deadwood adventure.

    Whistlers Gulch Campground

    This once gold-mining encampment is now a campground and RV Park. It is the only full service campground in Deadwood. There are sites for large RVs, as well as, small to mid-sized campers, tent sites, and camping cabins. *Pet Friendly

    Days of 76 Campground

    On the banks of Whitewood Creek, where gold rush miners once panned for gold. There are 39 hook up sites, restrooms and showers, and wireless internet access. *Pet Friendly

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