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It is ON! Only 6 months to go.

Where: Wild Bill's Campground & Cabins Deadwood, SD Phone: reservatoins 605-578-2800 (Red)
When: June 16th - 19th 2022
Website: Wild Bills Campground & Cabins

The campground has 50amp full hookups at $45 per night. Sleeping cabins are available. There is only 1 deluxe cabin available so if you want it call now. Make your reservations now thru March to guarantee your spot. I have a group of sites reserved next to each other under Dave Stewart Wildcat group. There is a pavilion for the potluck on Friday night.

Bar/restaurant on site with a huge outside deck
Wineries and breweries nearby Breweries & Wineries– Things to Do | Historic Deadwood, SD
Gas is up the hill about a 1/4 mile away.
Deadwood/casino less than 10 minutes away.
Trail next to property
Laundry/showers/restrooms on site
Attractions nearby Attractions – Things to Do | Historic Deadwood, SD

I've made my reservation for June 12-19th. Right now for those of you that like to stay longer the block I have reserved is open for those dates too. If you stay a week one night is free.

Campsite map :

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sites 14-22 are reserved for us
 

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just to let you know there is no longer a deluxe cabin available...ask me how i know?!...haaaaa...see you all in june...
 
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I just got done reserving site 19 from the 14th thru the 19th, see you all then.
 
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Thanks for setting this up again Dave. You did an awesome job last year!!
 

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Please post if you've registered. So far 4 of the 9 spots are reserved. Roylor, Cirilo 2 spots, and me. Will need to know if we'll need more.
 

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Please post if you've registered. So far 4 of the 9 spots are reserved. Roylor, Cirilo 2 spots, and me. Will need to know if we'll need more.
billie jean and i will be in one of the deluxe cabins, #10 i believe...we arrive on june 13th and check out 1 week later on the 20th...looking forward to seeing everyone...be safe out there in the meantime...
 
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think dastew is doin' that mark...looks like about 12 folks from reading the above entries...
 
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the wife and I have reserved a spot 14th to the 20th can't wait. Mike and Marg
 

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Thanks for setting this up again Dave. You did an awesome job last year!!
hey darcy, are you and brenda coming too?...(curds, curds, curds???)
 
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hey darcy, are you and brenda coming too?...(curds, curds, curds???)
Brenda and I have been invited to join Thomas and Melissa for Sturgis this year. (They actually have been trying to get us to join them for Sturgis ever since we met them.) So, we decided to take them up on it this year and since I only have so much vacation time at work, we won't be able to join you guys for this years Clowder. We will definitely miss riding and partaking in all the festivites with everyone. Hope everyone has a great time and stays safe.
 
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seems to us you can just make one trip if you make it for 2 months...twofer one so to speak...enjoy your visit and send our best to thomas/melissa...you'll be missed...
 
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This is the new updated 2022 trail maps. This is an amazing app. Everyone attending should download the Northern Hills Ranger District area map, this will be the majority of the trails we'll be riding. Trail stickers are only $25 per machine per year.
I downloaded the Black Hills NF-Northern Hills-Recreation Map on Avenza last year and found it to be really good. It has the 4 digit trails for the 62" and narrower on it in purple. In fact all the motorized trails are in different colors. The Ranger district map is all black and white.
 

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Change of plans, Terri and I won't be able to make it in June. Just talked to Wild Bill's and cancelled our campsite full hook ups spot 18 is now open. they asked if I would please post it in case someone needs a site. Will miss seeing everyone, hopefully in the future. Everyone have a great time..Mark and Terri
 

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Change of plans, Terri and I won't be able to make it in June. Just talked to Wild Bill's and cancelled our campsite full hook ups spot 18 is now open. they asked if I would please post it in case someone needs a site. Will miss seeing everyone, hopefully in the future. Everyone have a great time..Mark and Terri
sorry to hear that, hope all is ok. You two and the trail sausages will be missed.
 

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just rec'd this email from deadwood and thought i'd pass it on...
Area Attractions
RECREATION
DEADWOOD IS BASECAMP FOR YOUR NEXT OFF-ROAD ADVENTURE
Your next off-road adventure is just around the bend and Deadwood is the perfect basecamp to get things revved up. From here, you’ll have access to nearly 700 miles of designated trails connected by 3,600 miles of unpaved roads in the Black Hills National Forest. There are currently 21 designated motorized trailheads in the forest and almost half of them are within a half-hour of city limits. The trail system opens on May 15.
Tread LIGHTLY
Having off-road access to the Black Hills National Forest is a right that no off-roader wants to jeopardize. That’s why it’s important for all trail goers to ride responsibly so this picturesque landscape can be enjoyed for generations to come.
Here are a few do’s and don’t for your next trail riding adventure:
  • Do know and understand all travel regulations
  • Do stay up to date on any closures and restricted areas that may exist
  • Don’t ride without a permit
  • Do minimize your impact on the environment
  • Do stay on marked trails at all times
  • Don’t enter sensitive areas prone to damage and rutting
  • Do educate yourself and be respectful of other riders
  • Don’t enter private property with explicit permission
No RIDE? No PROBLEM!
The area around Deadwood is home to many motorsport outfitters who offer a variety of ATVs and UTVs to rent. Most of these businesses are operated by avid off-roaders happy to share local knowledge to make the most of your day. If you plan to rent, plan ahead and make reservations well in advance of your arrival.


Be sure to get a Trail PERMIT

If you have your own off-road vehicle, you’ll need a permit. Permits may only be purchased online or from a local vendor. There are two types of permits available: Annual and 7-day Motorized Trail Permits. If you are renting a UTV from an outfitter, this is not a concern. Rented off-road vehicles from an outfitter will already have a permit.
STAY in Deadwood and PLAY in the Hills!
Many off-road vehicles are legal to ride on roads and highways in South Dakota, except for interstates. The vehicles must be licensed by the state of South Dakota and have basic safety components before becoming road legal. South Dakota is one of 36 states that allow on-road ATV use in some form, and its laws are among the least restrictive in the nation. When on a road or highway, the driver must have a valid driver’s license and carry insurance.

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Spearfish Canyon Adventures can get you OUT THERE. Located 14 miles south of Spearfish on Highway 14a, we provide unique views with access to explore over 600 miles of UTV trails right off our property. From UTV rentals and Slingshots, to bikes and fishing equipment, our adventure shop can get you out in nature and enjoying the canyon.

There are many amenities right on our property. We have many hiking trails with waterfall views for every fitness level and an on-site restaurant to help you refuel from a day out in nature. Relax in one of our 2 outdoor hot tubs or enjoy a beer from one of our local breweries or other beverages from our lounge while you sit on our furnished patio.

With 54 rooms within the lodge, a cabin and 2 creekside units, we are sure to suit your travel needs. We also offer packages for room and equipment rentals.

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FEATURED EVENTBACK WHEN THEY BUCKED
May 28
The Western Legacy Foundation presents A unique fundraiser – An all day rodeo that brings you the #1 sport in South Dakota. Sunday's rodeo includes PRCA Xtreme Bronc Riding, along with WPRA Breakaway Roping. Monday's lineup features PRCA Steer Wrestling and PRCA Bareback Riding.

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FEATURED EVENTALL-IN MOTOCROSS
June 4 – 5
The big show returns for a 5th year! On Saturday, don't miss XGame Athletes, motocross racing, snowmobile backflips, giveaways, meet and greets with top riders from around the the world, PLUS WAY MORE! Then, if you have your own ride, come back on Sunday morning for free practice sessions on the arenacross.

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FEATURED EVENTWILD BILL DAYS 2022
June 16 – 18
See big name artists in concerts on Main Street all weekend, including Sawyer Brown and Terri Clark. Get to Deadwood a day early for a free kick-off concert featuring Arch Allies on Thursday, June 16 at Outlaw Square.


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HISTORY
PRESENTATION THURSDAYS
REMEMBER CHRISTMAS?
Thursday, May 5, 2022
The presentation by South Dakota Humanities Council’s Speakers Bureau Scholar Phyllis Schrag is a sequel to If You Have to Grow Up, It Might as Well Be in a Small Town and Baseball, Preachers, and Funerals. This "storytelling" type lecture is a humorous yet poignant look at small town life in winter and especially around Christmas. There is the annual Christmas Eve church program presented by the Sunday school children, the caroling, and the famous Christmas sack of peanuts and hard candy. The reminisces include a poignant story of a special and unusual Christmas gift. Audiences who have enjoyed the previous two programs will find this a nostalgic trip back in time. However, it can serve as a stand-alone program for any audience. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 12:00 p.m. The event is free.

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Deadwood Events
UPCOMING EVENTS
Preservation Thursday: Remember Christmas?
May 5, 2022 | Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center | DeadwoodThe Dueling Duo
May 6, 2022 | Jake's atop The Midnight Star | DeadwoodMother’s Day Tours
May 8, 2022 | Historic Adams House and Days of '76 Museum | DeadwoodTanya Tucker
May 13, 2022 | Deadwood Mountain Grand | DeadwoodFlatland Cavalry
May 14, 2022 | Deadwood Mountain Grand | DeadwoodMoonDance New Earth Arts & Music Festival
May 21 - 22, 2022 | Deadwood Mountain Grand | DeadwoodHalestorm • Stone Temple Pilots • Black Stone Cherry
May 27, 2022 | Outlaw Square | DeadwoodChelcie Lynn: The Tammy Tour
May 27, 2022 | Deadwood Mountain Grand | DeadwoodHank Williams Jr.
May 28, 2022 | Outlaw Square | DeadwoodEverclear • Sister Hazel • Deep Blue Something
May 29, 2022 | Outlaw Square | DeadwoodBack When They Bucked: An All-Day Rodeo
May 29 - 30, 2022 | Days of '76 Event Center | DeadwoodAll-In Freestyle Motocross & Pro Arenacross Race
June 4 - 5, 2022 | Days of '76 Event Center | Deadwood
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