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Mystic Hills Hideaway
#SD940053
Lawrence, South Dakota
29.58 acres
SUMMARY: Mystic Hills Hideaway is a prime destination for adventure seekers and those looking for their next great get away in the solitude of the Black Hills. You now have an opportunity to invest in this profitable business. Mystic Hills Hideaway is 29.58 acres offering the best of South Dakota recreation as well as an opportune investment. It offers endless possibilities for the buyer seeking a wise investment or a beautiful place to call home with its stunning views and rich history.  Mystic Hills Hideaway is a premier off-highway vehicle and snowmobile destination resort featuring 14 cabins and rental units, 70 full hookup sites (sewer, water, and 30/50 amp electric) including big rig campsites capable of accommodating toy haulers and large RVs and camping spots reserved for summer-long campers. In addition, the facilities include a signiture 3072 square foot lodge with a fireplace, a full menu restaurant, a shower house, playground, shop, storage building and rental building. The adjacent Black Hills Forest public lands add to the property’s scenery and solitude. This also gives it convenient back-door access to tens of thousands of acres.  Mystic Hills Hideaway maintains a large fleet of ATVs, UTVs and snowmobiles including Yamaha 4-wheelers, Yamaha X2 side-by-sides, Yamaha 3 seaters, Yamaha X4 4-seaters, and Kawasaki 5-seaters. Please contact the listing agent for a complete inventory of ATVs, UTVs and snowmobiles included in the sale. Two campers used as rentals are also included in the sale.  Financial statements are available with a signed Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Statement. Buildings: Lodge: The main floor is 70’X32’ and has a full restaurant/bar, gift shop and check-in/office area. The second floor is 24’X32’ and includes 2 rental units. Each unit offers a full-sized kitchen including standard fridge and oven/stove. Each can comfortably sleep up to 8 people with four queen beds (all located in one large room together – not separate bedrooms). The lodge rooms offer TV with basic cable, a couch, dining table and chairs, and a bathroom. Linens and towels are provided. Cookware and utensils are provided. Outdoor access to a large 2nd story deck with gas grill and a shared ground-level fire ring. Shower House Rental Building with Tree House: The tree house is located on the 2nd floor. It is one room with two queen beds and a queen pull out sofa sleeper, a small kitchen, dining table, bathroom, and air conditioning. The outdoor deck features a tree growing through the center of it along with outdoor seating, and on the ground level, a charcoal grill, picnic table, and fire ring. Shop: 40’X60’ with concrete floor and fully insulated with propane heat. Storage Building: 40’X100’ built new in 2018 Cabins:  Each unit has an outdoor charcoal grill, a picnic table, and fire ring. Each kitchen is stocked with basic cookware, dishes, silverware, and utensils in addition to a dorm-size refrigerator, microwave, electric skillet, hot plate, toaster, and coffee maker (coffee included). All have air conditioning.  (3) 1344 square foot duplex cabins. Each side of the cabin rents individually but is a good option for larger groups wanting both sides of the same cabin or for guests wanting separate bedrooms. It has an adjoining wall with a door on both sides that can be opened or closed/locked. is well appointed to accommodate four people comfortably but can sleep a maximum of six guests with two queen beds and a queen-size pull-out sofa sleeper all located in one cozy room together  (1) 1200 square foot is the largest cabin, loft-style, has three queen beds and a queen-size sofa sleeper. It sleeps a maximum of 8 guests and has one bathroom, a dining area, AC, kitchenette, TV with basic cable, and an outdoor 6- person hot tub. It’s nestled at the end of the row of cabins with views of the forest and the campground.  (2) 808 square feet stand alone cabins They have the same layout and sleeping arrangements as the other cabins. Cabin 6 is considered handicap accessible and has a larger shower stall.   Location: Mystic Hills Hideaway is uniquely situated in the Black Hills National Forest ¾ of a mile off highway 385 providing a quiet, traffic-free experience. They are perfectly situated on Custer Peak Road with immediate access to the ATV and Snowmobile trails right from their backyard. Enjoy a meal at the Lodge and ride off into the wilderness for a full day of adventure.   Recreation: From hiking, biking, climbing, skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing, the Black Hills National Forest offers recreation activities for all ages, stages and interests. Specialized campgrounds, accessible recreation opportunities and a system of trails connecting communities, showcase the Black Hills National Forest that provides user friendly access to year-round family activities. Together, the attractive features of the Black Hills National Forest, Custer State Park, and area National Parks, Memorials, and Monuments are the foundation for the local recreation economies. Amid the splendid scenery of the Black Hills National Forest are 11 reservoirs, 30 campgrounds, 26 picnic areas, 2 scenic byways, 1,300 miles of streams, 13,000 acres of wilderness, 353 miles of trails, and much more.  The Black Hills National Forest covers more than 1.2 million acres in western South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming, with activities for just about anyone who likes to spend time outdoors. Known as an “Island in the Plains,” the hills rise out of the prairie creating a variety of terrain for activities ranging from mountain biking to rock climbing to hiking. Off-road enthusiasts will love exploring more than 600 miles of ATV trails throughout the forest that weave through canyons and gulches, across plains, and past amazing rock formations. Snowmobiling has really come of age in the Black Hills with the development of a 350-mile network of marked, mapped and groomed snowmobile trails. The trails lead up through deep canyons, weave through the pine forests and ascend to summit lookouts. The trails also open onto huge, untracked meadows and play areas where the powder-floating is superb! Full-time staff grooms the trails every night. The good word about quality riding spreads quickly among snowmobilers. The Black Hills Snowmobile Trail system ranks in the top ten places to ride in North America, according to editions of SnoWest magazine and SuperTrax International. The system gained special recognition for grooming, signage, maps and services.  Mineral Rights: Any mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the sellers will transfer with the real estate. Seller makes no representations or warranty about the actual mineral interests held by the seller. All prospective Buyers will be responsible to have an independent mineral right search performed to determine the extent of mineral ownership.  Taxes: The 2018 real estate taxes payable in 2019 are $11,445 annually.        
$3,500,000
Rooster Roost Ranch
#SD968764
Davison, South Dakota
452 acres
This amazing 452+/- acre property is located in east-central South Dakota, the heartland of great fishing and hunting. The Rooster Roost Ranch offers so much more than a beautiful setting and wonderful recreational amenities. The owners have created extensive improvements to enhance the buildings that were there when they purchased the property. The 3,848 square foot, 6 bedroom, 6 bath main house and 120X60 shop.LandThe property has been run as a commercial hunting facility in the past with emphasis on pheasants and white-tailed deer. Additionally the property could be a productive agricultural operation or a family residence and retreat. Approximately 60 acres could be farmed or maintained for wildlife habitat. There are miles of established tree belts and a pond to add to the beauty and outstanding habitat. Explore the endless possibilities including country living, hunting resort or family retreat. The seller would consider splitting the property as long as the improved portion is sold prior to the unimproved land. ImprovementsHome/Lodge Built in 1994 and remodeled in 2001 3848 Square Feet including the 280 square foot basement Six (6) bedrooms and six (6) baths 2 car garage/gathering area 28’ X 28’ Cedar Siding New asphalt shingles Electric and propane heat with central air conditioning Rural water Main floor laundry Gas fireplace made from rock originating on the property Office Large mud room with sink Large Living Room which provides a comfortable place for relaxing Spacious Kitchen for Family Style Dining Wireless Internet throughout Large Decks off the front and back of the Lodge All personal property presently contained in the house (appliances, furniture, etc.) will remain with the exception of a few personal prints and mounts Shop 120’ X 60’ Behlen steel shop with grain liner Concrete floor in ½ of the shop Attached dog kennel with 6 individual kennels all with water and heat RecreationThe diverse landscape of The Rooster Roost Ranch is characterized by an assortment of habitats and an abundant array of natural resources. For many outdoor enthusiasts, no other wildlife species in the state is as recognized or valued as the ring-necked pheasant. Though pheasants are not a native species to North America, they have become naturalized to this mosaic of grassland and agricultural land habitat found in much of South Dakota. From the first successful releases of pheasants in 1908 to the current estimated population of around 10 million birds, South Dakotans and our visitors have built a rich and deeply rooted tradition around pheasants and pheasant hunting. The opening weekend in October is an event anticipated not only by pheasant hunters, but also family and friends who are reunited during this social gathering. South Dakota is one of the top pheasant harvest states and claims the top number of birds per hunter per season.  Located in the top ringneck range, Mitchell and The Rooster Roost Ranch is regarded as one of the best pheasant hunting spots in the nation, a position it has maintained for decades.  You will also find an abundance of white-tailed deer and turkey as well as ducks and geese. If you enjoy fishing, Lake Mitchell offers exceptional pan fishing like crappie and bluegill. It also offers bass fishing opportunities with small mouth bass coming on strong. Walleye fishing can be challenging but rewarding. Bigger fish can be taken in the spring and fall of the year. In the winter try ice fishing for walleye or pan fish. Mitchell is convenient to the Missouri River system that presents some of the finest walleye LocationThe Rooster Roost Ranch is located just 2.5 miles south and 1 mile west of I-90 Exit 330 which is just 65 miles west of Sioux Falls. Mitchell is a city in Davison County, South Dakota. The population was 15,254 at the 2010 census. Mitchell was incorporated in 1881. It was named for Milwaukee banker Alexander Mitchell, President of the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St.Paul Railroad. Located in central South Dakota, Mitchell is considered by many visitors to be the pheasant capital of the world. During the hunting season large numbers of hunters fly in and enjoy the freedom that South Dakota can offer. Mitchell is home of the world famous Corn Palace. The Corn Palace is decorated with several colors of dried corn and grains creating murals. The local airport can accommodate light aircraft and small jets with a 6700 feet runway (100 foot paved width). Sioux Falls Regional Airport is roughly an hour away and handles multiple commercial flights a day with American Airlines, United Express, Allegiant and Delta.
$1,995,000
Park View North Ranch
#SD976535
Custer, South Dakota
280 acres
The Park View North Ranch in Custer County, South Dakota has 280± deeded acres and excellent big game hunting, all just 30 miles from Rapid City, the gateway to the Black Hills and 20 miles east of the town of Custer. A well, multiple ponds and seasonal creeks provide necessary water for livestock and big game. Park View North Ranch presents the discerning buyer with distinct opportunities in one of the most sought-after areas in the region. LandSeldom do you have an opportunity to purchase land bordering Custer State Park. The ranch adjoins Custer State Park on the western border. The Custer State Park Game Lodge is only 2 miles away as the crow flies and 6 road miles. The Wildlife Loop Road and airport are only 3.4 road miles away. The property is both secluded and easily accessible year around via a graveled county road. About two thirds of the ranch is comprised of gently rolling pastures and meadows, with the remainder in Black Hills spruce, ponderosa pine, birch, aspen, and oak–excellent habitat for the large elk, deer, mountain lion and wild turkey that abound here. This ranch has not been overgrazed and has been well managed. Elevations range from 3780 feet on the bottom to 4100 feet at the top of the ridge. There are a few destination locations in the region where it is becoming increasingly challenging to find and acquire large acreage recreational properties. The Black Hills and the surrounding area is an example of this. With its proximity to Rapid City, Park View North represents an opportunity to purchase a substantial holding. The land is exceptionally scenic, very private and adjacent to a state park with vast amounts of wilderness to access. There are numerous choice building sites, and the land is not encumbered with a conservation easement. RecreationThe Park View Ranch offers endless recreational possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast, both on the property and in nearby Custer Sate Park. Hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and fishing in the summer combine with snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter to create the perfect year-round retreat. The ranch consists of several environments which support a very diverse collection of wildlife. The timber offers habitat for mule deer, elk, antelope, mountain lion and numerous other birds and smaller mammals. During the fall and into the winter months, herds of elk can be found residing on the ranch for multiple days at a time. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesAll mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the seller will transfer with the real estate. Sellers make no representation regarding what mineral rights they presently own. HistoryCuster State Park is famous for its bison herds, other wildlife, scenic drives, historic sites, visitor centers, fishing lakes, resorts, campgrounds and interpretive programs. In fact, it was named as one of the World’s Top Ten Wildlife Destinations for the array of wildlife within the park’s borders and for the unbelievable access visitors have to them. One of the nation’s largest state parks, just 15 miles from the city of Custer, South Dakota’s premier State Park comprises 71,000 acres. Custer State Park has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation for visitors since the early 1900s.
$1,456,000
Silver Creek Ranch Headquarters
#SD939740
Sanborn, South Dakota
320.00 acres
This amazing 320± acre property is in east-central South Dakota, the heartland of great hunting and fishing. The Silver Creek Ranch offers so much more than a beautiful setting and wonderful recreational amenities. The property has been run as a private hunting retreat with emphasis on pheasants and white-tailed deer. Additionally, the property could be a productive agricultural operation. There are miles of established tree belts and a pond to add to the beauty and outstanding habitat. Approximately 136 acres are enrolled in the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP). This program offers landowners the opportunity to protect, restore, and enhance wetlands on their property and establish long-term conservation and wildlife practices. The 184 acres not enrolled in WRP consists of tree belts, cropland and improvements. Improvements include 2 manufactured homes. One has 1280 square feet, and the 2nd has 1650 square feet including a sunroom and mud room. The property also includes a 30’X32’ shed and a 30’X60’ machine shed. A concrete storm shelter is also on site. Explore the endless possibilities including country living, hunting resort or family retreat. LOCATION: The Silver Creek Ranch is located just 1.5 miles west of Forestburg or 8 miles east of Woonsocket.  The Sioux Falls Regional Airport is roughly 1 ½ hours away and handles multiple commercial flights a day with American Airlines, United, Allegiant, Frontier and Delta. Woonsocket is a vibrant and active community located in south central South Dakota on Highway 34 – 24 miles from Huron, 35 miles from Mitchell, 108 miles from Sioux Falls, and 20 miles from Interstate 90. They offer over 60 businesses and services, medical services including a clinic and nursing facility, full-service banking, a grocery store, and a K-12 school system.  Woonsocket is the county seat for Sanborn County and the home to the Sanborn County Courthouse which houses the following offices: Auditor, County Bus, Clerk of Courts, Director of Equalization, Extension/4-H, Nurse, Public Welfare, Register of Deeds, Treasurer, and Veterans Service Office.  They are home to a beautiful lake, and offer many recreational opportunities, with peaceful and friendly small-town living.  During the hunting season large numbers of hunters fly in and enjoy the freedom that South Dakota can offer. Hours of hunting can be spent around the countryside of Woonsocket chasing pheasant, deer, coyote, duck, and geese. WILDLIFE: The diverse landscape of The Silver Creek Ranch is characterized by an assortment of habitats and an abundant array of natural resources. For many outdoor enthusiasts, no other wildlife species in the state is as recognized or valued as the ring-necked pheasant. Though pheasants are not a native species to North America, they have become naturalized to this mosaic of grassland, wetlands and agricultural land habitat found on this property. From the first successful releases of pheasants in 1908 to the current estimated population of around 7 million birds, South Dakotans and our visitors have built a rich and deeply rooted tradition around pheasants and pheasant hunting. The opening weekend in October is an event anticipated not only by pheasant hunters, but also family and friends who are reunited during this social gathering. South Dakota is one of the top pheasant harvest states and claims the top number of birds per hunter per season. Sanborn County and The Silver Creek Ranch are regarded as one of the best pheasant hunting spots in the nation, a position it has maintained for decades.  You will also find an abundance of white-tailed deer as well as ducks and geese. If you enjoy fishing, plentiful supplies of fish can also be found on the James River which is only 2 miles to the east.  FENCES: Typically, fences are put in for convenience and may not follow the legal description. There may be variations between the location of existing fence boundary lines and the legal description of the property. Seller makes no warranties about the location of fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the Seller make any warranties or representations about the specific acreage contained within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in ‘as is’ condition which includes the location of fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate, based on the legal description. Maps are not to scale and are for a visual aid only. The accuracy of the maps and information is not guaranteed. TAXES: The current real estate taxes for 2020 are $5213. Typically, the county reassesses the real estate taxes when a property is sold. Interested parties should consult with the Sanborn County Assessor’s Office.    
$1,300,000
Horse Creek Farm
#SD970919
Perkins, South Dakota
597 acres
Horse Creek Farm offers 597 deeded acres of prime farm and hunting land in Perkins County, South Dakota. There is 475 acres of productive cropland with the balance in pasture, creek bottoms, tree belts and improvements which includes a 75’ X 100’ machine shed, 55’ X 100’ Miracle Span curvet building, 55’ X 100” shed with 16’ lean-to, and 2 – 25’ X 90’ Harvestore 40,000-bushel storage structures with dryer floors. LandThe farm has 3 wells and fiber optics is available. Horse Creek flows completely through the property for 1.6 miles. The 2 ponds, creek bottoms, tree belts and surrounding crop fields make it is a hunter’s paradise. For those who enjoy fishing, the lake is filled with several species including bass, crappie, perch and pike. The corner piece of the hunting experience is pheasants along with the opportunity to harvest white-tailed deer and waterfowl. The countryside is gently rolling and sky as far as the eye can see. You’ll walk across cornfields, creek bottoms and tree belts to flush out birds. You will enjoy the South Dakota fresh air and watch the beautiful sunrise and sunsets! This would be a solid investment in a South Dakota farm with impressive recreational opportunities Improvements 75’ X 100’ Machine Shed with concrete floor and 14’ tall door 55’ X 100’ Miracle Span curvet building with concrete floor and 14’ tall door 55’ X 100” Shed with 16’ lean-to and 12’ high door 2 – 25’ X 90’ Harvestore 40,000-bushel storage structures with dryer floors Region & ClimateHorse Creek Farm is in Northwest South Dakota, 37 miles southwest of Hettinger North Dakota. One hour to the east is Lemmon, SD, and Shadehill Reservoir. Rapid City, with a regional airport and extensive shopping, is 2 hours south. Perkins county is a tight-knit rural community of 3,037 people in 2,890 square miles.  Perkins County stretches approximately 63 miles North to South and 46 miles East to West and is in Northwestern South Dakota. Agricultural activities are the largest land uses throughout the county, accounting for 79% of the total land area.  Two incorporated municipalities, Bison and Lemmon, along with several unincorporated communities are located in Perkins County.  The centrally located town of Bison is the County Seat. The county was organized in 1909 from portions of Butte and Harding Counties.  The county was populated in what is known as the second Dakota boom, spurred by the westward expansion of the railroad.  The expansion of the railroad, along with the promise of land to homestead, lured settlers to the county.  
$1,290,000
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