High country Black Hills retreat on 79 acres adjacent to National Forest land. This remote setting is northeast of Moon, SD in the middle of Black Hills elk country. The property borders Black Hills National Forest on the north and west sides, plus a portion of the east side.
The land is set at an elevation of approximately 6,300 feet. The terrain includes high country meadows edged with woods of pine and aspen. Antelope Draw runs through the property.
No utilities are installed on the property.
The property does not have covenants.
The seclusion of the region provides great wildlife habitat for elk, deer, and turkey that migrate through the area. Other area wildlife includes mountain lion, coyotes, bobcat, fox, hawks and eagles.
The Black Hills is a preferred outdoor recreational area. From the property one can traverse many back roads for outdoor adventure. Visit nearby recreational areas like Deerfield Lake, Red Bank Spring Campground, Ditch Creek, Beaver Creek Campground and Mallo Camp. Deerfield Lake Recreation Area provides opportunities to fish for brook, splake and rainbow trout, non-motorized boating, campgrounds, picnic areas, mountain biking trails, hiking and horseback riding trails. The Black Hills Snowmobile Trail System is also close by.
Access & Location:
This secluded location is 1.4 miles northeast of Moon, South Dakota via Sixmile Road then 3/10th of a mile on a private trail shared with neighboring properties. This trail comes into the south side of the property and then goes on to other private properties. Sixmile Road (Forest Service Road #301) connects to several other roads that go deeper into the Black Hills or toward the towns of Custer, Hill City, Deadwood, Rapid City and Newcastle.
This back country property could be a great out of the way place for a summer vacation spot, hunting base camp, recreational retreat or winter snowmobile destination. Remote and picturesque Black Hills land in an area synonymous with recreation.