This Black Hills back country property is adjacent to National Forest on two sides. 147 acres in a remote western Black Hills location between Mallo Camp and Moon. A great setting for an outdoor recreational hideaway.
The landscape includes rolling meadows to forested knolls with rock outcroppings and views across the countryside. The open parks are edged with wooded areas where pine, aspen and willow trees provide a nice backdrop for a cabin site. This high country property is at an elevation in the range of 6,785 to 6,830 feet.
On the western side of the property there is a livestock reservoir in the meadow.
No utilities are installed on the property.
The property does not have covenants.
The property is in Pennington County and is zoned General Agriculture.
With the natural water sources, browse and cover, this area offers excellent habitat for elk, deer and turkey. The property has lots of elk sign. Other area wildlife includes mountain lion, coyotes, bobcat, fox, hawks and eagles.
The Black Hills is an outdoor recreational haven and this property is right in the middle of it all. From this property there are many well-known area landmarks and recreational destinations including Deerfield Lake and Recreational Area, Mallo Camp, Beaver Creek Campground, and Red Bank Spring Campground. Deerfield Lake Recreation Area provides fishing, non-motorized boating, camping, picnic areas, mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding trails. The Black Hills Snowmobile Trail System is also close by, with Trail #1 being less than ½ mile east of the property.
Access & Location:
The property is accessed via Forest Service Roads and has seasonal access as the roads are not plowed in the winter and some are groomed for snowmobile trails. The land is 1.8 miles east of Boles Canyon Road on Miller Road #157, which has a gravel surface.
Sellers are offering owner financing to qualified buyers. Terms to be negotiated between the Seller and Buyer.