We are a ranch and our cabin is located next to our outdoor rodeo arena. We also have an indoor rodeo arena. We raise Corriente cattle that are used for roping, bull dogging and bull riding. We have the original Homestead Shanty on our place and can give you a tour. There is a one room schoolhouse next to the cabin that you can explore. Our ranch has been in the Ashley famil
We are a ranch and our cabin is located next to our outdoor rodeo arena. We also have an indoor rodeo arena. We raise Corriente cattle that are used for roping, bull dogging and bull riding. We have the original Homestead Shanty on our place and can give you a tour. There is a one room schoolhouse next to the cabin that you can explore. Our ranch has been in the Ashley family for over 100 years.
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Farm fresh eggs from right here on the ranch.
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We are less than 20 miles from the Missouri River.
There is a beach at the Missouri River. Chamberlain and Kimball both have public swimming pools.
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We are on the wide open prairie of central South Dakota.
We raise Corriente cattle. There are two rodeo arenas on our property. At various times during the year, we have barrel racings...Read more
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We absolutely loved the cabin! What an experience to be in the middle of such a beautiful place. The sunrise and sunset were rich orange. The cabin is perfect and just adorable. Every little touch was great. We opened the windows a little and got a lively breeze all night. Comfy beds and a great shower! You will not be disappointed. The beauty of the place is overwhelmingly. Great experience.
Such a gem of a place! Was just road-tripping and had a short 1 night stay but as a solo female traveler I felt safe here. The school house and camp store with homemade goods just made the place that much better. I would definitely stay here again!
What an awesome place! Everything about this little house was excellent. Very clean and had a comfortable bed and nice shower. Loved the location. Easy to get to from 90. The school house tour was really neat. We will definitely stay here again. The host was super sweet and provided a very nice and relaxing space.
A diamond in the rough
I highly recommend staying at the 1940s Tourist Cabin! Crystal was an excellent host and we really enjoyed the fun & informational tour. It’s great that her family is connected to such amazing history! Southern hospitality comes to mind when I think of Crystal. She make you feel like a welcome family member. She’s the distant family member you live to visit. The cabin was beyond expectations.
Wonderful tourist cabin stay
It was wonderful. We had a great time. We found the place easy with the GPS directions. Once there we were given a tour of the schoolhouse and shanty by the owner Crystal. She gave us lots of history information of these buildings and the cattle that are raised on her ranch. She was very accommodating and told us we could call for anything we needed during our stay. The cabin had everything we needed for a comfortable night to include a much needed shower and a nice kitchette for morning coffee. We highly recommend this 1940's Tourist cabin for all that are traveling this way.