In my past life as a superintendent of schools, I was often faced with the decision on when to call a snow day. It’s really a “danged if you do and danged if you don’t decision”. While students and teachers are sitting home with their fingers crossed that they will have a day at home,…Details
Have you ever wondered what a seasonal campground owner does during the “off-season”? Well, we never really are “off-the’clock”, even when the campground is buried under the snow! It’s much like being a teacher (which I was for many years before we bought the campground)….they never really have the summer off, and we don’t have…Details
What a wonderful, busy, crazy and fun season 2015 was! It is hard to believe that the season is over. From special family reunions to engagements, from the 75th Sturgis Rally to Sisters on the Fly, we have had a total blast! We met so many new folks who are now part of the Fish…Details
Customer service is our first priority, and we have the absolute best and friendliest people working with us here at Fish N Fry. They come from all around the US and bring a wide variety of strengths and interests, and they are all glad to assist our guests. Stop by and meet them!
Fish ‘N Fry Campground and Cafe’ sells South Dakota made wine featuring Valiant Vineyards, South Dakota’s first and oldest winery. We offer most varieties including: Sturgis Red (the official wine of this year’s 75th Rally), Pasque, Sweet White, Rushmore Red, Tickle Me Rhubarb, Rushmore White, Turkey Ridge Creek Chardonnay, and our newest addition, Menopause! Stop…Details
Fish ‘N Fry Campground has a well-stocked store to meet the needs of our guests and visitors. We sell basic groceries (including all of your campfire needs!), camper supplies, fishing supplies, firewood, ice, gifts, toys, clothing and more! The store is open 7 days a week from 7:30 am.
We are pleased to be hosting the Dakota Dual sport motorcycle riding club as well as the Hooooubs Jeep club this month. The ATV trails and Jeep trails are amazing…..hundreds of miles of off-road riding is available right from our campground here in Deadwood!
Few things are better than hitting the highway with nothing but the handlebars in front of you. Here in the Black Hills, our most scenic motorcycle routes range from winding pigtails to open prairie roads. The best part is Highway 385 provides one of the best ways to access numerous adventures! Fish N Fry Campground…Details
Our area is known for our awesome multi-use trails, and the Mickelson Trail and Centennial Trail are among the best! Ride or hike the trails through old ghost towns, railroad tunnels and along a gorgeous creek! We can help you with maps and directions if you would like. Mountain Biking Mountain biking is growing fast…Details
Off-road enthusiasts can access and enjoy many thousands of acres of amazing trails by using the Black Hills National Forest Motorized Trail System, many of which start right off the campground (no trailering needed!). Included are 90 miles of single-track trails for motorcycles; 347 miles of trails for vehicles 62 inches and less in width in…Details