Palmer Gulch Stables, Chuck Wagon Supper and Show

12620 SD-244
Hill City, SD



New for Summer 2020 Wagon Master's Breakfast Ride

Join us for a special early morning breakfast cookout. Participants will load up on an authentic horse drawn covered wagon for an enjoyable ride and arriving just in time to watch Dutch oven cooks prepare a memorable and hearty breakfast over a wood fire.

Enjoy Bronc Buster hash browns, apple oatmeal and Cowboy Coffee.

Wagons set off precisely at 8:00 am and return at 9:30 am.

Chuckwagon Supper and Show 

A leisurely (30 min) horse drawn covered wagon ride. The wagon train departs from the Lodge at 5:00 pm MT and Horseback riders meet at the stables at 4:00 pm for orientation, leave by 4:15 pm for an hour long ride to the show. Both travel into the Black Hills National Forest to a picturesque chuck wagon camp where guests are greeted by the entertainers, cooks and a beautiful view of Harney Peak. Our wagon drivers are very experienced teamsters with years of Draft Horse knowledge.

A great cowboy music show featuring the baritone voice of Paul Larson (www.plcowboymusic.com), with a dash of western humor and cowboy poetry from local rancher Donley Hewett.

A fantastic STEAK dinner grilled to order, over an Aspen wood fire by Clayton and Rhonda Sanders (Campfire Catering) a local couple who specialize in Dutch Oven/Chuck Wagon Cooking.
Dinner Menu: Dinner menu is subject to change upon availability of ingredients.
Steak- Locally grown ball tip sirloin beef steak, hot dogs available for the kids if they desire.
Sides- Clayton’s secret recipe slow cooked baked beans. Dutch oven sides include fresh sliced fire-fried potatoes with bacon, onion, bell peppers and seasonings.
Dessert- Dutch-Oven peach or pear cobbler
Beverages- Boiled coffee, ice tea, or lemonade
Guests can choose to dine at open air picnic tables or under a canvas covered shelter.

Wagons return to the Lodge around 7:30 pm MT and Horse Back riders return via a tractor hay ride to the stables at 7:30 pm MT
Weather permitting.