We had a Wonderful stay…the staff is friendly and very Helpful. Gary and Michele are the onsite owners and will do everything possible to ensure you enjoy your stay. The campground is centrally located to all the attractions in the Black Hills it is perfect if you want to ride the trails, relax or go site seeing. …truly one of those places you will remembered and want to return.
Our 2017 Season Begins May 12th…
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A Note From Gary & Michele:
Located in the Beautiful Black Hills with a very peaceful setting, surrounded by majestic pines and a babbling mountain stream, we are the perfect location to call “home” while you take in all that the Black Hills have to offer. Our family-oriented, pet-friendly campground offers all of the amenities you need to make your vacation memorable. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can help you plan your days and provide maps. Whether you are here to experience history, spend time communing with nature, or try your luck with gold planning or at the casinos, you’ll be at home here.
Visit our Gift Shop, Store, Cafe, Arcade, Heated Swimming Pool, and Playground! We also offer laundry facilities, clean restrooms, and hot, soft water showers. Don’t forget the snacks, cold beer, Wine, soft drinks, and groceries in our store, and have fun in our Pavilion. We have a great family environment; come be part of it!
Happy Trails to You!
Gary and Michele
21390 US Hwy 385
Deadwood, SD 57732
Please note if you are using a GPS, please enter the exact coordinates below:
Latitude: 44.30180, Longitude: -103.67783
If traveling East on I-90, take exit 17 South on US-85 towards Deadwood. Continue to follow US-85 into Deadwood. Once in Deadwood follow the signs for US-385. Turn Left onto US-385 as you are leaving Deadwood. We are located 5 miles South on US-385. We are on the left-hand side of the road.
If traveling West on I-90, take exit 30 at Sturgis. Continue South on Highway 14A into Deadwood. Once in Deadwood follow the signs for US-385. Turn Left onto US-385 as you are leaving Deadwood. We are located 5 miles South on US-385. We are on the left-hand side of the road.
Trout Fishing - "You Hook'em, We Cook'em"
Whether you are a guest camping with us, or a family just passing through, you are welcome to experience the thrill of catching your own rainbow trout here at Fish ‘N Fry! Our friendly and helpful “Trout Team” will provide you with all of the equipment you need, including bait and poles. You don’t even need a fishing license!
Once you have hooked your fish, our Trout Team will take over and clean the fish for you. We will then bag your fish on ice if you are taking it with you, or we will be happy to cook it for you in our special seasonings! You simply pay for the fish by the size that you catch (we are unable to offer “catch and release” options).
Trout fishing begins at 8:00 am and lasts until dusk daily during the summer months. Stop in at the office and we will get you “Hooked on the Fish ‘N Fry!”
Check Out Our Cafe!
Welcome to the Fish ‘N Fry Café! In addition to our famous fresh trout (which you can catch or we will catch for you), we offer a wide variety of menu options. We also offer a Kid’s Menu for the littlest fishermen in the group.
At the Fish ‘N Fry Café, we offer both indoor seating overlooking the trout pond, or covered outdoor seating in our pavilion. We can also make your items “to-go” if you would prefer to take your meal home. If you would like to call us in advance, we can have your meal ready for carry-out as well…great for those who are heading out on the trail!
We also offer a wide variety of beverages to choose from to add to your dining experience. From a fresh-poured tap beer, bottles and cans, to South Dakota wine, we can find a great beverage for you!
What Our Customers Think:
We camped here for two nights and loved it! The staff was very friendly and helpful. My husband and son were quick to hit the ATV trails and I enjoyed the pool while they were gone. The park is convenient to Deadwood and Sturgis so we went there the second day.We’ll come back again on the way home from Montana.Tiffany Firebird
Thanks again to you & Gary for all your wonderful hospitality, you guys made it an awesome week for the Hooooubs even with the rain and storms. I can’t wait to get back out there!
We had an easy trip home with great traveling weather.
Take care and thanks again,
- Great Time and Great Little Cabin!
Beautiful setting in the Black Hills with the best manager/owners and staff! Great fun and access to all that the Black Hills has to offer. Access to trails right from the campground. Don’t stay anywhere else!
August 2016“Best Black Hills Campground!”
This is an older facility, but clean and very helpful people. The owners are on site everyday and very helpful with information on the local area. Most sites are back-in with plenty of room and the staff/owner will help with all parking. The sites are level with hook ups to the rear so you may need additional hoses. There is no AT&T phone service and if the campground is full the WiFi can be very busy. The cafe has great food, and the fish deal is the best, catching your own fish at their pond and then having it cooked right on site or you can take the fish back to your site and cook. The small store is very well stocked with RV needs because the owners are also RVers.Al
My husband and I recently spent 5 wonderful nights camping here with out two grandchildren aged 6 and 9. We spent most of our days touring the area but our mornings and evenings were spent enjoying the perfect campground. The kids enjoyed the swimming pool, beamed with pride and excitement at catching rainbow trout, made friends with the awesome staff and thought the ducks and ducklings were great fun. Their favorite activity by far was playing in the creek and making new friends (there were always many children there). They have a little store,, clean bathhouses, and beautiful Black Hills scenery.“Great Campground for Families!”
We had a large group that stayed at the Fish N Fry for 4 nights last week. We couldn’t have asked for a better place to stay – or a nicer bunch of people. Gary and Michele and all of their staff were so gracious and helpful. It was a sad day when Sunday came and we all had to leave. It just felt like home and I can’t wait to come back for another visit. See you guys next summer!
August 2015“Best Place Ever!”
Stayed 2 nights in June 2016 on our way to Wyoming. Wonderful staff, great campground. Excellent food. This campground has more shade than others nearby and a creek in your backyard. Very clean. The staff will be happy to guide you on directions to all the attractions.
June 2016“Excellent Campground!”
We took the family (2 grade school kids) out for the maiden voyage of our ’67 airstream. We’d never been to the Black Hills before. We stayed four nights here and it was amazing! The owners were great and made sure we knew all the different things to do around the area. The grounds were pretty with a nice stream running thru that our kids could fish at or wade in. The showers and bathrooms were clean. But most of all was the staff. Everyone was super nice and made the experience a great time. We will definitely be going back here again!!“Best Campground Around!”
Stayed here for a week in one of their cabins near the creek. Kids loved the pool, I got to catch a few trout (they cooked them for us) and met some nice RVers in the camp. Wifi was good and our Verizon also worked for here. Showers and restrooms were clean and they have a cafe that serves breakfast. All in all we liked the campground because everyone was so friendly.James Richardson
This is a great campground! The sites are treed and many have a stream flowing past. It is clean, friendly and has a restaurant and store as well. There is even a small swimming pool and cute cabins. Stayed here for a Sisters on the Fly event, we had the whole camp. They were wonderful hosts.
September 2015“What a Wonderful Place!”
MORE ABOUT OUR CAMPGROUND
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I make a Reservation?
Easy… Just give us a call at (605) 587-2150 and we’ll be more than happy to assist you in finding the best space for your needs,
What about "Big Rigs"?
No problem. We have full-hook-up, pull-thru and back-in sites that are available.
Are you pet friendly?
We love pets and we have two of our own. Pets are welcome in the campground, but we ask that you keep them on a leash and clean up after them. Ask about our “pet-friendly” cabins as well.
How do I find you?
We are just 5 miles south of Deadwood on Highway 385 (see driving directions). Please note that the Black Hills is not always accurately mapped in GPS systems using street addresses. Our exact coordinates are Latitude: 44.30180 Longitude: -103.67783. You can always call us at 605-578-2150 and we will be happy to talk you in!
What about WiFi, TV and cell phone service?
We provide WiFi to our guests at no charge. Cell phone service is spotty throughout the Black Hills. We do have a Verizon booster in the store, so our guests are able to use their Verizon phones. AT&T is adding towers as well. Cable TV service is not available anywhere in the area, but you can usually receive 4 local channels. We can recommend sites with good satellite access if you need it.