Cabins amongst the trees and foliage at Newton Fork Ranch Deer in front of cabin at Newton Fork Ranch Horse at Newton Fork Ranch Fence at Newton Fork Ranch Wide open fields at Newton Fork Ranch Horse and bird graze at Newton Fork Ranch Snows blankets Harney View cabin An old chair at Newton Fork Ranch Flowers are plentiful at Newton Fork Ranch Snows blankets Newton Fork Ranch cabins in the Winter Horses grazing at Newton Fork Ranch Old chicken coops remain at the ranch Mickelson hiking & biking trail runs through Newton Fork Ranch Snows blankets Newton Fork Ranch cabin Newton Fork Ranch's Deer Hollow cabin at dusk

Cabins and Rates

 

Newton Fork Ranch will become your “home away from home,” a peaceful oasis from a world filled with time constraints and non-stop activity. Our fully furnished and well-equipped log cabins will afford you a welcome respite from a hectic life. An afternoon sitting on the deck watching wildlife or an evening spent by a warm fire will transport you to a far simpler and more tranquil time. View a complete map of all our cabin locations.


Note: All prices listed are per day for two guests. Each additional person, 10 years or older, is $15 per day. Children 9 & under are free. All prices quoted are before tax. Please also note that we do not allow smoking in our cabins.

 

Season Schedule:

Autumn: September 8, 2017 through October 26, 2017

Winter: October 27, 2017 through March 29, 2018

Spring: March 30, 2018 through May 24, 2018

Summer: May 25, 2018 through September 6, 2018

 

Forest Haven

 

This charming log cabin with a loft, in the Black Hills of South Dakota, is set back in the trees and has a beautiful forested view of the meadow below and of a Mickelson Trail bridge that crosses Newton Fork Creek. From the kitchen window one can observe deer following a track descending from the ridge behind.

 

Sleeps: 4

Sleeping arrangements: Loft w/queen plus sofa bed downstairs

Rates: Autumn: $210, Winter: $190, Spring: $210, Summer: $255

Specials: Stay six nights and your seventh night is free!

 

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Deer Hollow

 

This delightful loft cabin is set in the trees and has an extra window that looks up the “hollow” or “draw” as we call it in these parts. One may catch a glimpse of deer and, on a rare occasion, even elk heading for the open meadow in the morning or early evening.

 

Sleeps: 4

Sleeping arrangements: Loft w/queen plus sofa bed downstairs

Rates: Autumn: $210, Winter: $190, Spring: $210, Summer: $255

Specials: Stay six nights and your seventh night is free!

 

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Timber Haus

 

This cozy and enchanting loft cabin sits up on a large outcropping of natural granite rock. It gives one the feel of being in a tree house. The cabin overlooks the center of the meadow where deer and, sometimes, a rafter of turkeys congregate.

 

Sleeps: 4

Sleeping arrangements: Loft w/queen plus sofa bed downstairs

Rates: Autumn: $210, Winter: $190, Spring: $210, Summer: $255

Specials: Stay six nights and your seventh night is free!

 

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Meadow Song

 

This attractive log cabin is situated at the top of the meadow and affords a dramatic view “down valley.” In days gone by, one could observe cattle grazing in the distance. Because this cabin's footprint is a little different than the other loft cabins, it has a slightly larger kitchen and dining area.

 

Sleeps: 4

Sleeping arrangements: Loft w/queen plus sofa bed downstairs

Rates: Autumn: $210, Winter: $190, Spring: $210, Summer: $255

Specials: Stay six nights and your seventh night is free!

 

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Trails End

 

This charming Black Hills loft cabin has a redwood deck on the front that looks across the meadow and up the “draw” - a popular path of area deer in the mornings and early evenings. It also has a second redwood deck on the back of the cabin that overlooks the popular Mickelson Hiking and Biking Trail. At various times of the year, one may be “serenaded” by frogs gathered around the spring below.

 

Sleeps: 4

Sleeping arrangements: Loft w/queen plus sofa bed downstairs

Rates: Autumn: $210, Winter: $190, Spring: $210, Summer: $255

Specials: Stay six nights and your seventh night is free!

 

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Harney View

 

Our appealing two bedroom, single story log cabin sits on a knoll at the top of the meadow and has a terrific view of Harney Peak, a sacred site for the Lakota, and one of the most coveted views in the Black Hills. Harney View is a picturesque hideaway year-round! In warmer months, one can sit on the porch and hear the whistle of the 1880 Train in the distance.

 

Sleeps: 8

Sleeping arrangements: 2 bedrooms: 1 w/queen bed; 1 w/queen & bunk bed; plus sofa bed in living room

Rates: Autumn: $240, Winter: $220, Spring: $240, Summer: $285

Specials: Stay six nights and your seventh night is free!

 

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Grandma's Ranch House

 

The newest, and yet oldest, addition to our lodging accommodations was built in 1914. The restoration of this lovely cottage, backed by quaking aspen, was completed July, 2011. This distinctive two-bedroom South Dakota ranch house features a full bath with period stylings such as a claw foot slipper bathtub and vanity with vessel bowl sink. It also has a fully-equipped kitchen with modern electric stove and refrigerator, a small antique farm table, wood-burning cook stove, and an old-fashioned hand pump. Although the latter two appliances are non-functioning, they serve as a reminder of the early 1900s. Grandma's Ranch House is also unique in that it is an historic building, is situated next to Newton Fork Creek, and has its own private yard.

 

Sleeps: 6

Sleeping arrangements: 2 bedrooms; each w/ queen bed; plus sofa bed in living room

Rates: Autumn: $240, Winter: $220, Spring: $240, Summer: $285

Specials: Stay six nights and your seventh night is free!

 

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Original Badger Hole

 

The latest addition to our ranch is the historic “Original Badger Hole.” Charles “Badger” Clark (1883-1957) was South Dakota’s first poet laureate and is considered by many to be the pioneer of cowboy poetry. His poems have been recorded by such noted musicians as Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, and Bob Dylan.

 

We have lovingly restored his one-room cabin which is now available for nightly and weekly rental. If you have ever fantasized about turning back the clock to a simpler time or living “off the grid,” this is your opportunity. The Original Badger Hole is charmingly furnished in a western theme and features an environmentally friendly composting toilet in a period-style outhouse. The cabin is heated by a wood-burning pot-bellied stove. Old-fashioned wallmounted oil lamps provide evening light. It truly is a romantic and unique experience.

Sleeps: 2

Sleeping arrangements: Queen sofa bed

Rates: Autumn: $225, Winter: $205, Spring: $225, Summer: $270

Specials: Stay six nights and your seventh night is free!

 

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Cabin Amenities

 

All cabins (with the exception of the Original Badger Hole which is "off-the-grid") include a full kitchen with refrigerator/freezer, electric cooking range and oven, microwave, dishes, utensils, cookware, coffee-maker, linens, towels, hair dryer, AM/FM radio and CD player, gas fireplace (note: Grandma's Ranch House features a wood-burning fireplace), gas barbecue, and air conditioning provided in the summer months.

 

Guests Traveling with Horses

 

Guests traveling with horses to Newton Fork RanchWe have two heavy-duty 12' x 12' paneled corrals available for a small rental fee. Located in a lovely aspen grove, there is also room for guests to erect their own electric fencing if preferred. Guests need to provide and feed their own horses and we require each to have a current health certificate (within 30 days) and a negative Coggins test (within one year).

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