This is one of two cabins located on our working quarter horse ranch nestled in the splendor of the Southern Black Hills, of South Dakota. 4 miles from Hot Springs. Modern bunkhouse with queen and bunk bed, shower, microwave, and refrigerator.
We can also accommodate your horses
The other cabin is listed on Airbnb under Horse Lovers Bunkhouse 2 - Head Wrangler Cabin.
Working ranch with scenic pine-forested landscape and open meadows in the Southern Black Hills of South Dakota. Quiet and private but accessible to town, area public lands, and attractions. Very convenient to Black Hills National Forest, Wind Cave National Park, Angostura State Park/Lake, Custer State Park, & Wild Horse Sanctuary. Just 4 miles from town of Hot Springs with Evans Plunge & Mammoth Site. Close to SD/NE border. Remote area but rich with more hidden treasures and public land (see Guidebook with our airbnb listing). Log bunkhouse completely refurbished in 2014. All buildings, including the bunkhouse, were creatively built by your host. Working Quarter Horse ranch so you may see trainers at work during your stay. We welcome both those traveling with horses and the horseless. Just $10 per night extra per horse payable to host. HOGS welcome too.
Guests have access to the bunkhouse, outdoor grilling area and the property for hiking and horseback riding (with your own horses). Corrals available next to bunkhouse.
Общение с гостями
John will meet guests and orient them to the bunkhouse, ranch, and community. Guest privacy will be respected but if you like more interaction he has a wide variety of interests (especially cave exploration and trail riding) and happy to visit.
Другие важные подробности
Plenty of great photography opportunities with the ranch setting, wildflowers, and horses. Fantastic view of the night sky.
We encourage you to reserve time to relax at the ranch as well as Hot Springs beautiful City Parks. Have a picnic and take a dip in the warm river at Brookside Park or Chautauqua Park. Walk or bike along the Fall River on the Freedom Trail. The host would be especially pleased since he designed and helped build the trail. (URL HIDDEN)
Numerous suggestions for mountain or road biking. We're your hub and spoke location.
No smoking in bunkhouse.
Respect danger of grassland and forest fires.
Do not startle the horses or enter corrals/pasture without permission.
Remove boots before entering bunkhouse. Gotta love the ranch but leave the ranch outdoors.
Do not enter neighbor's pastures. Ask about property boundaries before exploring.
Housekeeping provided before each stay and also mid-week for our weekly guests.
Extra rules apply for equine guests, health papers etc. TBA when applicable.
Retired City Engineer from Hot Springs, SD. Live on a ranch near Hot Springs and raise quarter horses. Enjoy trail riding, hiking, caving, flying, travel and scuba diving.