Newton Fork Ranch12407 Deerfield Rd, Hill City, SD 57745
Newton Fork Ranch welcomes pets of any size for an additional fee of $15 per pet, per night.Low Rates from $210
Call (605) 574-2220 for more information.
Newton Fork Ranch has six enchanting log cabins in the heart of the Black Hills of South Dakota. The cabins are quiet and secluded, yet only 1/2 mile from Hill City's Main Street and centrally located to Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Deadwood, and all area attractions. Each cabin features a full kitchen with range, refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, cookware, dinnerware and utensils, as well as a gas fireplace, gas barbecue, old-fashioned clawfoot bathtub or custom-built rock-surround shower, towels, bedding, and a porch with breathtaking views. Five of the six cabins have lofts and will comfortably sleep up to four people. The sixth, which has a view of Harney Peak, is a two bedroom cabin that can sleep up to eight. The cabins are placed a short distance apart to afford peace and privacy, and there is a gate on the property that opens directly onto the 109-mile Mickelson Trail for hiking, biking, and walking with Fido.
- Pet Friendly
- Non-Smoking Property
More than a year ago
Our family was fortunate to find Newton Fork Ranch and all its pristine splendor. We stayed there with our family dog for 3 nights, 4 days and found the entire visit to be extremely pleasant. We stayed in Granny's Ranch House, the original ranch home built by the owner's grandparents in 1911. The house has been lovingly restored and is full of gleaming wood, period pieces (love the original cookstove and water pump!) and very comfortable furniture. We stayed out of restaurants almost entirely, as the ranch house is completely outfitted with quality kitchen implements. This helped our budget and family connections, alike. Sitting around the picnic table and watching the bubbling brook for trout in the morning, sitting around the large and lovely dining table in the evening-- it really was a good, truly relaxing and peaceful time. You won't find wi-fi and television at the ranch. This is a place to unplug and have a quality, carefree vacation with a loved one, friends or family. The sheer beauty of the place is enough to keep you lingering, watching for deer, pheasants and other wildlife who make their home in the ridged woods on the property. However, you have access to the heart of Hill City just a 1/2 mile down the road and the ranch property opens onto a good bike trail that will take you along the old railroad. (You'll hear the steam whistle of the historic 1880 steam engine in the distance during your stay.)
My family thanks Linda, Marianne and everyone who keeps Newton Fork Ranch going. We wouldn't change a thing!
PS. We discovered a lack of recycling receptacles throughout South Dakota. Plan ahead to do your own recycling or maybe ask at the ranch. ? We didn't address this and just took care of it ourselves but if there is an option, I'm guessing Linda will know about it. She is a knowledgable, gracious host.