A Rare Opportunity To Own Some Of The World’s Most Amazing Views!
One of the Black Hills most spectacular properties is now available for purchase. Featured on the Travel Channel’s Amazing Vacation Homes, the cabin is perched on the edge of South Dakota’s most scenic canyon still echoing with the footsteps of Native Americans, Coronado, European settlers, Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Each day you spend here, you’ll be greeted by abundant wildlife – the trumpet of an elk, the musical serenades of songbirds and the howls of coyotes. And it’s the only place in the Hills where a motorcycle can’t be heard!
Purchase includes the cabin, a separate bunkhouse, large decks, the surrounding 40 acres and, of course, the views. And since it’s part of the Black Hills’ newest Wilderness Preservation Community™ association you’ll have access to thousands of acres of national forest. In addition, the property has a well-established rental history – generating enough income to cover all expenses while still providing more than 20 weeks of personal use each year. The listing price is just $550,000. Contact us to arrange a tour or to make an offer. Or email Kevin Kuehn at kevinkuehn.biz.
Nature Makes Everything Beautiful
(An inspiring video about the health and happiness benefits of living in the “wild”).
Canyon Rim Ranch & Lakota Lake Encampment Are Now Certified As “Fortified Forests”! Both Canyon Rim Ranch and Lakota Lake Encampment have been awarded Fortified Forest TM certification ensuring healthy, green forests to protect your investment and the views. After years of proper forest management with special emphasis on fire protection, Canyon Rim Ranch was also recently certified as a “Fire Wise” community, a rare designation bestowed by the U.S. National Forestry Department. It is one of only four such communities in the Black Hills.
Putting Nature Ahead Of Profits. Founded by a South Dakota native, Red Canyon Company has created the communities featured on this website to help preserve the unique beauty and history of the Black Hills. To date, our efforts have forever preserved more than 4,000 acres while saving historic Red Canyon from overdevelopment. Our Wilderness Preservation Community properties have been featured in newspapers across the U.S and on TV. Our planning has been awarded by the American Resort Development Association, alongside Disney, Westin Hotels and others.
Various images on this website have been provided by Royal Tine Images, Inc., and South Dakota Tourism.
The Black Hills are closer than you think. With eight direct flights, South Dakota and its Black Hills are, quite literally, very near the geographic center of North America. That means it’s a snap to get here either by plane or car. There is direct air service from Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Salt Lake, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Dallas and Houston.