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ABC'S The Bachelor Falls in Love with Historic Deadwood

Chris Soules, ABC’s The Bachelor, fell in love in Deadwood during the show’s 19th season. The handsome, stylish farmer from Iowa brought his bachelorettes to the historic Wild West town where they took in the sites, outdoor adventures and concerts.    
Nestled in the heart of South Dakota's Black Hills, Deadwood is a city with a lot of history and heart. While we can’t promise you love, we can promise you an unforgettable vacation much like the one enjoyed by Chris and the women.

Historic Stay

Martin Mason Hotel

Start by choosing to stay in one of the locations featured on The Bachelor episode. The historic and elaborately restored, Victorian-themed Martin & Mason Hotel was home base for the cast. They also spent lots of time at the luxurious Deadwood Mountain Grand Holiday Inn Resort, home to Deadwood's permanent concert venue. Deadwood offers a variety of other lodging options including historic hotels (some may be haunted!) and new, modern-day resorts that have restaurants, casinos, day spas and more. Search all our lodging options.

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The Bachelor and his gals enjoyed the outdoor adventures of the Black Hills including horseback riding and hiking. They also experienced some of our national and state parks, like Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Badlands National Park and Custer State Park.  Devils Tower National Monument and two national caves are also just a short drive from Deadwood.

But once you’re here, you may not want to leave. Deadwood offers all the entertainment you could want.  Play the newest slots and table games at one of our 80+ casinos. Enjoy live music almost every night of the week and experience the wild nightlife in our bars and saloons.

Deadwood sits on the trailhead of the 109-mile Mickelson Trail, is a short drive from the rock climbing of Spearfish Canyon and is close to all the best ATV and off-roading adventures of the Black Hills National Forest. See what all you can do in Deadwood.

Walk in the Footsteps of the Bachelor and Wild West Legends

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Deadwood is where the Wild West was born and never really died. In 1876, prospectors, outlaws and gamblers came to the gold camp looking for gold. Among those looking to find a fortune and a good time was Wild Bill Hickok. But he didn’t stay long. He was shot in the back of the head while playing poker in Saloon #10. He’s buried along side Calamity Jane and other notable residents, like Potato Creek Johnny and Seth Bullock, in Deadwood’s Mt. Moriah Cemetery. In 1876, Deadwood was known for it’s wild parties and naughty nightlife. Not much has changed.  Visit Deadwood and experience it for yourself. 

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Fall in Love with Deadwood

Just like The Bachelor, you too can fall in love with Deadwood.

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