The Gunstock Lodge, a Black Hills vacation house, is located in Deadwood, South Dakota in the heart the Black Hills, near the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. This Black Hills Vacation Home can sleep up to 10 people and has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This new addition is part of the Gilded Mountain Development. This cabin was built in 2016 and features beautiful decor, custom finishes, and luxurious amenities. The Clubhouse is just 1 block away.
The cabin features 4 bedrooms and 2 baths in this 3-level home, which can comfortably sleep 10. The main floor has an open and flowing kitchen, dining, living, and lounge area that overlooks the Black Hills Forest. Living room features a gas fireplace and flat-screen TV. There are comfortable seats, a walkout to the deck, and comfortable seating. The fully-equipped kitchen is equipped with everything you need to prepare delicious meals for your guests. You can also walk out to the deck from the kitchen. This leads to the wraparound deck, BBQ Grill, as well as the private hot-tub. The main floor contains 1 bedroom with queen size bed, as well as a full bath with double sinks.
Upstairs is a queen bedroom. A spacious living area is located on the lower level. It includes a TV with a flat screen and comfortable seating. On the lower level is a full bathroom and two additional bedrooms. One has a queen size bed, the other has a set full-size bunks. The upstairs loft features a queen bed and an open area in the loft for relaxing. The cabin, nestled in tranquil and peaceful woods, is the perfect place for a relaxing vacation. You’ll have unforgettable memories and a luxury home away from home with this Deadwood Connections Black Hills rental cabin. Winter driving conditions will require you to have all-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive. It is highly recommended that you hike in the Black Hills. You may find it difficult to decide which of the 450 trails to explore. The following are some recommended hikes in Black Hills.
Sunday Gulch Trail. Sunday Gulch Trail. It is one of the most popular trails in the area and is rated as a difficult hike. This loop, which is 4 miles long, starts near Sylvan Lake at Custer State Park. It takes you through a valley filled with boulders. The views from the valley will be stunning and you’ll see amazing rock formations. You can see many rare plants as well as a variety of trees along the trail.
Elk Creek Trail. Elk Creek Trail is a 5 mile out-and back trail through the Black Hills. There are many stops along the way to take in the peacefulness and silence. Take your pups for a walk (but don’t forget to clean up after them!) Spend the day outdoors with friends and family.
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