Newton Fork Ranch
Newton Fork Ranch will become your "home away from home," and a peaceful oasis from a world filled with time constraints and non-stop activity. Your cabin will afford you a welcome respite from the hectic life of TV and internet. An afternoon, sitting on the deck watching wildlife, or an evening, spent by a warm fire, will transport you to a far simpler and more tranquil time. Newton Fork Ranch is located directly on the 109-mile Mickelson Trail and is only a 1/2 mile from shopping on historic Main Street in the old gold mining mountain town of Hill City, South Dakota. Highlights in Hill City include the 1880 Train and Prairie Berry Winery. This smoke-free property features fully-furnished cabins which include kitchens with refrigerators/freezers, electric cooking ranges, ovens, microwaves, dishes, utensils, cookware, and coffee-makers. Linens and towels are also provided. Other amenities include hair dryers, AM/FM radios, CD players, gas fireplaces, gas barbecues, and air conditioning during the summer months. Grandma's Ranch House and Postmaster's House feature a wood-burning fireplace. GUESTS TRAVELING WITH HORSES: Two heavy-duty 12' x 12' paneled corrals are available for a small rental fee. Located in a lovely aspen grove, there is also room for guests to erect their own electric fencing if preferred. Guests need to provide and feed their own horses and we require each to have a current health certificate (within 30 days) and a negative Coggins test (within one year). Property must be contacted to approve horses. Failure to leave corral clean is a $75 fee. Season Schedule: Winter: October 30, 2020 through April 1, 2021 Spring: April 2, 2021 through May 27, 2021 Summer: May 28, 2021 through September 9, 2021 Autumn: September 10, 2021 through October 28, 2021 PET POLICY: Pet Friendly -- Refer to the policies section for more detailed information. No WiFi Guest must be 21 years old to book.
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