Beautiful, hand-scribed, log home nestled in the gorgeous
Black Hills of South Dakota. Wonderful uninterrupted views of surrounding Hills.
Private but with all the accomodations. 5 bedrooms, 3 baths.
Custom Birch kitchen cabinets with granite counters, Slate gas fireplace, game room, hot tub, open loft and much more.
3 floors of over 3000 sqaure feet of living space. Large deck with fabulous views.
Located near the Terry Peak ski area, Mickelson trail.
Very large home, 3000+ sq ft, that can accommodate 11+.
Enjoy skiing within minutes at the nearby Terry Peak or Mystic Miner ski/tubing lodges.
Centrally located in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota.
7 minutes to Deadwood and 25 miles to Sturgis, SD.
Thank-you for letting us stay at your wonderful cabin! Everyone loved it and we had a nice time hiking and relaxing. We are talking about staying again next year.
“We built this custom log home for our family to enjoy the Beautiful South Dakota Black Hills.”
Skiing, snowboarding, tubing at nearby ski resorts, Terry Peak & Mystic Miner.
Snowmobiling or ATV on over 1600 miles of groomed trails.
Mickelson Bike trail.
Close to Legenday Deadwood and Beautiful Spearfish Canyon.
Minutes from Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Hiking, hunting, mountain biking, fishing.
Within an hour of Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park and
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
Half down to book. Balance due 30 prior to arrival. Sturgis rental due 90 days prior to arrival date.
You may pay via Credit Card, check or money order.
$375 Nightly (3 day minimum)
Weekly rates Available
Sturgis Rally Rate on request
All rates are subject to 5.5% tax
Groups over 14 assessed $10 per day per guest.
Check in 4pm. Check out 10 am.
“We love hanging out in the cabin together without all the pressures of the daily to do list, looking out the windows and seeing the forest, discovering new paths to four wheel, trying a new ski slope or finding an out of the way eatery- we enjoy just being together.”