The Nugget in Lead is an 600 square foot, two-bedroom walkout just off Main Street in the charming Victorian mountain town of Lead, South Dakota. The master bedroom has a queen-size bed and the second bedroom has three twin beds.
The Nugget is very clean, fresh, bright and quiet. You'll sleep in comfort with good mattresses, two air conditioners and four ceiling fans. Your kitchen is fully equipped, and all linens and towels are provided. There's even a washer and dryer. Just bring yourself and settle in!
The Nugget has some nice touches too: a Laz-E-Boy couch with built-in recliners, a separate reclining chair, a large covered outdoor bike and equipment locker, a large 65' X 30' parking area (enough space for motorcycle trailers or an RV), and a couple of private outdoor sitting areas. All of this within walking distance of the grocery store, bars, restaurants, the discount store and a great coffee place. There is also a large binder on the coffee table crammed full of information on what to do and see, complete with phone numbers, menus, hours of operation, etc., etc. We think The Nugget is a very good value for your Black Hills vacation dollar and a great base for exploring the Black Hills. But don't believe us. Hear it from those who have stayed at The Nugget---read our reviews below, written by paying guests.
You'll be centrally located to all of the fun in the Northern Black Hills: five minutes to the Mickelson Trail spur, a short ten minutes to the fun of Deadwood, and within 20 minutes you'll be in unbelievably gorgeous Spearfish Canyon.
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Five minutes to the Mickelson Bike Trail spur, ten minutes to Deadwood, 20 minutes and you're trout fishing on Spearfish Creek! And to keep your workouts going while on vacation there is the new rec center in Deadwood about 3 miles away---very nice.
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