In the heart of the Black Hills, in Deadwood, South Dakota—a historic town—is the Gunstock Lodge, a holiday rental that is close to the site of the renowned Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Gilded Mountain is the location of this Black Hills vacation home, which has 4 bedrooms and 2 complete baths and can sleep up to 10 people. The Gilded Mountain Development has recently added another new component. This cabin, which was just finished in 2016, is exquisitely furnished with high-end amenities. The Clubhouse with its outdoor heated pool is only one block away from the cabin.
This three-level home’s 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms can comfortably accommodate 10 people. A wall of windows on the main level’s living, dining, and kitchen space offers stunning views of the Black Hills Forest. A flat-screen TV, cozy seating, a gas fireplace, and a walk-out to the deck are all features of the living room. The dining space comfortably accommodates 10 people, and the full kitchen is equipped with everything you need to prepare meals for your company. Additionally, the kitchen has a walk-out to the deck, which leads to the private hot tub, BBQ grill, and wraparound terrace. One queen-sized bedroom and a large bathroom with double sinks and a shower/tub combination are both located on the main floor.
There is a queen bedroom upstairs. The lower level features a sizable living space with a wet bar, a flat-screen TV area, and comfortable seating. On the bottom floor, there is a complete bathroom and 2 additional bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other with a set of full-size bunk beds. A queen bedroom and an open loft area for lounging are both located in the upstairs loft. A vacation should be enjoyable, relaxing, and memorable, and this cabin, tucked away in the tranquil woods, is likely to deliver all three. You will receive a magnificent home away from home and priceless memories when you rent this Deadwood Connections Black Hills property. For winter driving conditions, it is advised that you have 4-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Hiking is the one activity that is highly advised for your trip to the Black Hills. The following are just a few of the Black Hills’ 450 trails that come highly recommended; there are many more to choose from.
One of the most well-liked paths in the area, the Sunday Gulch Trail is categorized as a difficult hike. This 4-mile loop in Custer State Park starts close to Sylvan Lake and leads you into a valley with stones all around you. You’ll be rewarded with lovely valley vistas and magnificent rock formations. The trail is covered in a vast diversity of trees and several uncommon flora.
Elk Creek Track is a 5-mile out-and-back trail with numerous areas to stop and enjoy the peace and quiet if you’re searching for a less strenuous hiking trail in the Black Hills. Take the dogs for a stroll while keeping an eye out for trash! and spend the day outside with your loved ones.
Available for rent at Deadwood Connections.