Jeff Garrett


Jeff was born and raised on a Central South Dakota farm and ranch. He is still involved in a partnership on the property along the Missouri River that was homesteaded by his Great Grandfather in the 1880s. Jeff began his education in a one-room schoolhouse. After receiving his Ag Business degree from South Dakota State University, he spent 15 years as an ag lender. Prior to joining Hayden Outdoors and Land Leader, Jeff owned and operated two real estate companies with a focus on rural real estate. He has over 37 years of experience in real estate brokerage and banking and has handled complex multi-million-dollar transactions representing both buyers and sellers and has extensive knowledge of IRC 1031 Exchanges. Jeff is a licensed real estate broker in South Dakota and Wyoming.
$750,000  •  160 acres
The Cottonwood Creek Farm located north of Sturgis, South Dakota, consists of 160 deeded acres and a superbly maintained headquarters. The 3-bedroom, 2 bath home with 1848 square feet and attached garage is perfectly matched to a full set of outbuildings. The land is diversified with 89 acres irrigated farmland and 71 acres of pasture/hayland, some of which could be irrigated. The nice home and outbuildings have views of the Black Hills and Bear Butte. The property also has Cottonwood Creek that runs all summer, 2 stocked ponds and rural water.Cottonwood Creek has it all, live water, nice home, good improvements, irrigation, pasture and all just one mile off of a paved road.LOCATION:The Cottonwood Creek Farm is located approximately 17 miles north of Sturgis, SD. To reach the farm, go 3.5 miles east of Sturgis on Highway 34, turn north on Highway 79 for 12.5 miles, then west 1 mile on 194th.ACREAGE:The Cottonwood Creek Farm consists of approximately 160 deeded acres. There is 89.2 acres of irrigated land utilizing the Belle Fourche Irrigation District. There is 55.2 acres irrigated by center pivot with the balance flood irrigated. It is all rated Class 3.The irrigation charges for 2020 was $2,195.50.There is also 71 acres that is currently grazing or hay land. It is watered by 2 dams, a water hydrant and tank, and Cottonwood Creek that runs all summer long. The dams can be filled with the irrigation water and 26 acres of the pasture can be irrigated with wasted irrigation water for free.The center pivot is a 2016 Reinke 5 tower with a 40 HP diesel motor. All irrigation equipment including gated pipe, pumps, motors, and diesel tank.IMPROVEMENTS:The farm has a nice set of improvements as follows:1994 Centennial home with 1848 square feet measuring 28'X60" on a permanent foundation. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. It is total electric with 6" insulation in walls, steel siding and roof, Coleman heat and air conditioner. A 14'X14' deck was constructed on a 16'X18' cement pad with benches in 1999.24'x32' attached garage built in 2007. Two car East and West overhead doors, 2 walk-in doors, cement floor and asphalt driveway.14'X12' attached porch/mudroom on cement pad and wood floor built in 1996.48'X20' Machine Shed with partial cement floor.56'X15" Storage Building/Shed with toilet, iron racks, cement pad and work bench.16'X10' Garden Shed with plywood floor, double doors, cement driveway, work bench and shelves.14'X8' Lawnmower Building with plywood floor.16'X11' Storage building12'X8' Pumphouse with cement floor, water hydrant, shower room, outside sink and car wash hook up.44'X16' Livestock Building with metal roof and sides, head catch and metal gate closers and working pens.Water is supplied by Butte/Meade Rural Water System with a livestock water hydrant and a 7'X3' fiberglass tank.Mature cedar trees and vinyl fence around the improvements.WILDLIFE:The property has good habitat for white-tailed deer. The 2 ponds are stocked with fish: one with bass and the other with catfish.FENCES & BOUNDARY LINES:The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property.Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist.Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.TAXES:The annual real estate taxes for 2019 and payable in 2020 are $1913.PRICE:The listing price of this property is $750,000 (seven hundred fifty thousand dollars).
$3,892,770  •  1,469 acres
Pheasant Connection Farm offers 1469 deeded acres of prime hunting land in Lyman County, South Dakota. With more than 1215 acres of CRP, milo food plots, 9 ponds, cattails, and miles of trees, it is a hunter's paradise. After walking the fields of South Dakota, you can experience the comforts of the lodge and a patio to enjoy more of the South Dakota fresh air and watch the beautiful sunrise and sunsets!The property also includes a 3600 square foot building including a 1064 square foot gathering lodge/kitchen overlooking the property. The corner piece species of the Pheasant Connection Farm hunting experience is pheasants along with the opportunity to harvest white-tailed deer, sharp-tailed grouse, and waterfowl. The countryside is gently rolling, with fields and sky as far as the eye can see. You will walk across over 3 miles of shelter belts, CRP, and millet/forage sorghum strips to flush out birds. And at hunt's end, you realize that the memories of that perfect shot and the cackling call of the rising rooster will be with you for a long, long time. If action-filled hunting and an uncommon passion for the outdoors and a sound investment are what you chase, do yourself a favor and schedule a private tour of the property. The Lyman County Farm Service Agency records indicate 1,348.2 acres are considered cropland. Soil maps indicate soils found on the property are Class II and Class III of the Millboro and Promise Clay Series. The property commands an overall Productivity Index of 75.95 which indicates this is a highly productive parcel of cropland.The Pheasant Connection Farm is poised to be the foundation to build your dream and legacy. It is highly regarded for its privacy, careful management, and diverse wildlife populations. It offers enticing possibilities for the discerning buyer seeking a wise investment or a beautiful place to call home with its stunning views. It offers the best of South Dakota recreation as well as an opportune ag investmentImprovements: Machine Shed - 2,544 square foot with a backup generator, an overhead door, sliding door and loft. It is wired for 220.Gathering Area/Kitchen - 28'X32' Kitchen with a large dining area and covered porch overlooking the property. Price includes kitchen appliances including a commercial Vulcan stove and exhaust. There is a Rinnai continuous hot water heater in the full bathroom.Dog Kennel/Garage - Metal building with 5 dog kennels and a storage garage.The water for the property is supplied by West River Rural Water.Acreage and Current Operation:The acreage consists of 1469 plus-minus acres deeded with approximately 1215 plus-minus acres in CRP. Water is supplied by 9 ponds and rural water. The largest pond is 13 acres in the middle of the north acreage. There are over 3.25 miles of shelter belts. The Lyman County Farm Service Agency records indicate 1,348.2 acres are considered cropland. Soil maps indicate soils found on the property are Class II and Class III of the Millboro and Promise Clay Series. The property commands an overall Productivity Index of 75.95 which indicates this is a highly productive parcel of cropland.Note: The three CRP contracts shown as "NEW" containing 517.92 acres, can be opted out and farmed by paying a one-time penalty of 25% of the annual payment anytime before 10-1-2021.CRP CONTRACTS:Tract # 1197 Contract #11165 - 99.91 acres 10-01-2017 to 09-30-2027 Annual payment of $7975 ($79.82 annual rate per acre) Tract # 3435 Contract #10242B - 108.10 acres 10-01-2013 to 09-30-2023 Annual payment of $7786 ($72.08 annual rate per acre)Tract # 2775 Contract #10144C - 214.05 acres 10-01-2012 to 09-30-2022 Annual payment of $10,176 ($47.54 annual rate per acre)Tract # 795 Contract #10013D - 116.78 acres 10-01-2008 to 09-30-2023 Annual payment of $5887 ($50.41 annual rate per acre)Tract # 3435 Contract #10197C - 158.22 acres 10-01-2013 to 09-30-2023 Annual payment of $11,488 ($72.61 annual rate per acre)Tract # 802 Contract # NEW - 155.1 acres 10-01-2020 to 09-30-2030 Annual payment of $8486 ($54.60 annual rate per acre)Tract # 1197 Contract # NEW - 80.31 acres 10-01-2020 to 09-30-2030 Annual payment of $4385 ($54.60 annual rate per acre)Tract # 3434 Contract # NEW - 282.51 acres 10-01-2020 to 09-30-2030 Annual payment of $14,535 ($51.45 annual rate per acre)Wildlife:The diverse landscape of Pheasant Connection Farm 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. You will also find an abundance of white-tailed deer and sharp-tailed grouse as well as ducks and geese.If you enjoy fishing, Lake Oahe in Pierre offers exceptional fishing for walleye, northern pike and salmon. and bluegill. In the winter try ice fishing for walleye or pan fish.Location:Pheasant Connection Farm is in central South Dakota, just 3 miles west of Presho. It is in the epicenter of Dakota's great upland prairie and of the heartland's richly productive countryside.Locale:Presho is right along Interstate-90 at exit 223. From Sioux Falls, you simply head west on I-90 until you get to exit 223 (about 180 miles). From Rapid City, you east on I-90 (about 160 miles). South Dakota is well known for its world class pheasant hunting. Lyman County is in central South Dakota, where the highest pheasant numbers in the state are found. This area is unlike any other. Every year Lyman County statistically ranks at the top with the highest pheasant populations in South Dakota and all North America! Lyman County and Presho is strategically located in the center of the golden triangle. The golden triangle is special because it consistently boasts the best WILD pheasant hunting numbers in North America. The golden triangle forms a connecting line between the cities of Pierre, Winner, and Chamberlain. The city of Presho is in the center of that triangle. The Presho area not only boasts glorious hunting opportunities, but a long list of recreational activities as well. For boaters and campers, the Missouri River is only a mere 40-minute drive away, and one can experience the breathtaking scenery that adorns the river's banks.Taxes:The 2019 real estate taxes payable in 2020 are $12,082.54 annually.Mineral Rights:Any mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the sellers will transfer with the real estate.Fences & Boundaries:The perimeter of the property is not completely fenced. The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties about the location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations regarding specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.Broker Comments:This is a place of inspiration and solitude. The possibilities and opportunities are as endless as the Western Sky. By sharing this beauty with other loved ones, you will be developing memories and building eternal legacies. Pheasant Connection Farm is where you and your family can make memories that will last a lifetime, a place where your dreams can become reality.Terms:The current asking price is Three Million, Eight Hundred Ninety-Two Thousand, Seven Hundred Seventy Dollars ($3,892,770)
$1,490,000  •  225.44 acres
Bull Flats Ranch is a prime destination for adventure seekers and those looking for their next great investment in the solitude of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Nearly 100% of the property boundary is shared with federal lands managed by the Black Hills National Forest. This property consists of two homesteads totaling 225.44 acres with a unique metes and bounds property description. The adjacent public lands add to the property's scenery and solitude and give it convenient back-door access to tens of thousands of acres in the surrounding forest service lands. The elevation on the property is approximately 5500 feet.Bull Flats Ranch offers the best of South Dakota recreation as well as an opportune investment. It is located just 11 miles west from Custer, South Dakota. Bull Flats Ranch offers endless possibilities for the buyer seeking a wise investment or a beautiful place to call home with its stunning views and rich history.Location:From downtown Custer, travel west of Custer 9 miles to Pass Creek Road. Turn left and follow Pass Creek Road approximately 2.5 miles to 255th Street. Property is on the west side of Pass Creek Road. Legal Description:HES #354 located in Sections 5 & 8, Township 4 South, Range 3 East, and Balance of HES #355 located in Sections 8 & 9, Township 4 South, Range 3 East, BHM, Custer County, South Dakota (225.44 ac +/-)Recreation:With several national icons nestled among the pines of the Black Hills National Forest, this Island in the Plains serves as the backdrop for these symbols of America. From hiking, biking, climbing, skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing, the Black Hills National Forest offers recreation activities for all ages 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.A herd of 1,300 bison roams freely throughout Custer State Park, often stopping traffic along the 18-mile Wildlife Loop Road. Besides bison, the park is home to wildlife such as pronghorn antelope, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, deer, elk, wild turkeys, and a band of friendly burros.Wildlife & Fishing:Wildlife viewing and hunting both on and around the property serve as another attraction of Bull Flats Ranch. The area is home to elk and white-tailed deer, turkey as well as mountain lion and a variety of common birds and smaller animals. White-tailed deer are plentiful on the property throughout the year and elk typically move onto the ranch in the fall and winter.During the summer season, trout fishing is perhaps one of the most popular recreational activities in Custer State Park. The park offers four mountainous lakes worth exploring in this regard. Center Lake, Legion Lake, Stockade Lake, and Sylvan Lake comprise about 182 acres of crystal blue water and offer habitat for several species of fish.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 2019 real estate taxes payable in 2020 are $1122.66 annually.Fences & Boundaries:The perimeter of the property is fenced. The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.Broker Comments:Bull Flats Ranch stands out as a very compelling property, offering an idyllic setting, outstanding wildlife viewing and hunting and a remarkably private location, yet one that is easily accessed. It is rare to find such a property equally suitable for a private retreat or an outstanding investment/development.
$5,300,000  •  5,417 acres
Castle Rock Farms offers 5417 plus-minus deeded acres conveniently located close to the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota in Butte County. The FSA shows 4656 acres of cropland and 309 acres of CRP which is 92% of the farm. Also included is a 4-bedroom, 2 bath home with attached garage and an oversized detached garage on a separate lot in Newell. On the north farm, there is a 50' x 40' Morton shop, older machine shed, and 3 grain bins. South of the town of Newell, there are 6 grain bins and 5 hopper bins providing 166,000 bushels of grain storage. The owners have reported wheat yields in the 65-bushel range. Exceptional mule deer and whitetail deer are found on the property. The farm also offers excellent and antelope and turkey hunting as well as waterfowl. This is truly a one-of-a-kind opportunity.Purchase the entire property which will include the house, bin site and 1500 plus-minus acres growing crop or purchase one of the following tracts: CASTLE ROCK FARM - North Tract: consists of 4146 plus-minus deeded acres with 3431 crop acres and 309 CRP acres with the balance hayed or wildlife habitat. Includes Morton shop. This tract has outstanding deer hunting. Price: $4,054,800 or $978/acre CASTLE ROCK FARM - South Tract: consists of 1,271 plus-minus deeded acres with 1225 crop acres and no improvements. Price: $1,243,000 or $978/acreLocation: The north farm is located 16 miles north of Newell on Highway 79, then one mile east on Erk Road, a county gravel road. The headquarters and all improvements are based in Newell, a small country town not far from the Black Hills. There is a nine-hole golf course & the farm is not far from Newell Lake for fishing and boating. Commercial airline services are available at Rapid City, about an hour away.Acreage and Current Operation:The farm totals 5417 plus-minus deeded acres with approximately 92% tillable or CRP. The yields reported by the owners have been approximately 65 bushels per acres recently. This will vary yearly depending on conditions and individual fertilizer programs. The farm is mostly dryland crop production with some hayland and CRP. The farm ground is in a fallow/wheat/sunflower rotation with 1,500 plus-minus acres currently in wheat that sells with the farm prior to May 1st. After May 1, the current owner has the rights to harvest the wheat. Base acres include wheat, corn, and sunflowers. The hay is put up by a neighbor on a 50/50 share basis. The farm is in two separate parcels. The seller will entertain offers on individual tracts. There are two CRP contracts on the north farm: Tract # 2439 Contract #137A - 303.50 acres 10-01-2010 to 09-30-2020 Annual payment of $10,009 ($32.98 annual rate per acre) Tract # 2443 Contract #11006 - 5.80 acres 10-01-2019 to 09-30-2029 Annual payment of $151 ($26 annual rate per acre)Climate: According to U.S Climate Data the average rainfall for Newell, SD is 15.6 inches per year. The average high in the warmest month of July is 87 degrees and the average high in January is 30 degrees.Improvements:The home is a 4-bedroom, 2 baths with an attached garage and an oversized detached garage on a separate lot in Newell. Very nice kitchen and the living room has a fireplace. The detached garage has access from the alley and has a pit for oil changes and repairs. On the north farm, there is a 50' x 40' Morton shop, older machine shed, and 3 grain bins. South of the town of Newell, there are 6 grain bins and 4 hopper bins providing 163,000 bushels of grain storage.Recreation & Hunting:One of the benefits of this region is proximity to recreational opportunities with the Black Hills less than an hour away. Snow skiing and snowmobiling are major winter sports in the Black Hills and provide a backdrop seldom experienced anywhere else. Large water reservoirs throughout the region lend to water sports of all kinds just minutes away. Newell Lake lies just over the ridge to the south for easy access to boating & fishing. The farm is secluded and scenic with a thriving deer population and great fishing on the nearby Orman Reservoir. The Belle Fourche Dam, also known as Orman Dam, is a dam on Owl Creek in Butte County, SD, approximately nine miles west of the south tract. The construction of Highway 212 created the Belle Fourche Reservoir, the Belle Fourche National Wildlife Refuge, and the Rocky Point Recreation Area. The reservoir has approximately eight thousand acres of water surface, 6700 acres of land, and 58 miles of shoreline. It's stocked with walleye, catfish, and white bass. Average depth is twenty-five feet, but it has areas as deep as sixty feet at full capacity. Common activities at BFR include boating, fishing, ice fishing, ice skating, camping, cooking out, water skiing, fossil hunting and waterfowl hunting.Excellent cover and habitat on the Castle Rock Farms are provided by the crops and the draws running throughout the farm. The owner has harvested numerous trophy white tail and mule deer over the years. Other wildlife found on the Castle Rock Farm also includes antelope, turkey, coyote, grouse and waterfowl.Mineral Rights: No mineral rights are available with the farm.Real Estate Taxes: The real estate taxes for the year 2018 payable in 2019 were $33,033.The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties regarding location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations regarding specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.
$3,900,000  •  4,795 acres
Summary:This outstanding farm offers 4795 deeded acres conveniently located close to the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota. The FSA shows 4378 acres of cropland which is 91% of the farm. Also included in the offering is a 3-bedroom, 2 bath home with attached garage, 50' x 70' shop, 100' x 200' machine shed, and 120,000 bushels of grain storage. Considered one of the most established farms in the region, a farm of this magnitude seldom comes on the market competitively priced at $813 per acre. For the sportsman, the farm offers excellent white-tailed deer, mule deer and antelope hunting especially along Sulfur Creek. This is truly a one-of-a-kind opportunity.Location: The farm is located 16 miles north of Newell on Highway 79, then 3 miles east on a county gravel road. The headquarters and all improvements are based in Newell, a small country town not far from the Black Hills. There is a nine-hole golf course & the farm is not far from Newell Lake for fishing and boating. Commercial airline services are available at Rapid City, about an hour away.Acreage and Current Operation:The farm totals 4795.07 deeded acres with just over 91% tillable or approximately 4378 acres of farmland. The farm was seeded to tame hay and alfalfa the fall of 2019 and leased to local ranchers for hay production. The farm was normally planted to winter wheat in late summer and early fall. Spring wheat provides an option to diversify should conditions warrant. Yields in this area average (long term) are from 31 to 39 bushels per year depending on conditions and individual fertilizer programs. A new owner could choose to continue the hay production or go back to small grains production.Climate: According to U.S Climate Data the average rainfall for Newell, SD is 15.6 inches per year. The average high in the warmest month of July is 87 degrees and the average high in January is 30 degrees.Improvements: Improvements include a 3-bedroom, 2 bath mobile home built in 2002, with approximately 1568 sq. ft. of living space, with an attached 2 car heated garage. It received new siding and roof 2 years ago. The home has central air conditioning, propane heat, and is on the city of Newell water system. The home also includes an 11KW backup generator. The shop is 50' x 70' with a concrete floor and automatic 14' x 20' overhead door, built in 1996. There is also an all steel machine shed, 100' x 200', with a concrete floor, automatic overhead door is approximately 16' x 27'. There are 4 steel Sioux grain bins with 30,000-bushel capacity each, all have floor augers as well as sweep augers and aeration floors. The headquarters is located on the south side of Newell.Recreation:One of the benefits of this region is close proximity to recreational opportunities with the Black Hills less than an hour away. Snow skiing and snowmobiling are major winter sports in the Black Hills and provide a backdrop seldom experienced anywhere else. Large water reservoirs throughout the region lend to water sports of all kinds just minutes away. Newell Lake lies just over the ridge to the south for easy access to boating & fishing.Mineral Rights: No mineral rights are available with the farmReal Estate Taxes: The real estate taxes for the year 2018 payable in 2019 were $30,496 Fences and Boundaries:The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties regarding location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations regarding specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. The sellers are aware that no fence exists on the west, east and north boundary. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.
$3,500,000  •  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 HouseRental 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 2018Cabins: 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 3/4 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.
Hayden Outdoors

Jeff Garrett
615 Camp Comfort Road
Spearfish, SD 57783

Mobile: 605-641-0574