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Homestead Haven: Step Into 1920s Ranch Life
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Parmelee, SD
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Over 45ft
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Pet Restrictions
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About
Embark on a journey through time to a place where the horizon stretches endlessly, and the night sky unveils a glittering tapestry of stars. This unique RV camping experience allows you to live like the pioneers of the 1920s, with a twist of modern comfort brought by your RV. Situated in the heart of history-rich prairies, amidst ancient cottonwood, oak, and elm trees, this homestead offers a profound connection with nature, history, and the art of ranching passed down through generations. Imagine waking up to the serene sounds of songbirds by the pond and ending your day with prairie sunsets that paint the sky in hues of gold and purple. Our host, with over half a century of ranching knowledge, invites you to dive into a lifestyle powered by windmills and warmed by campfires. Learn about grass-fed beef, the history of the area, and engage in activities like target practicing, bird watching, and even prairie dog huntinga year-round adventure on this migratory corridor. For those with a keen interest in wildlife, this location is a treasure trove. From thousands of Canadian geese taking flight to the elusive song of the prairie chickens and the vigilant watch of bald eagles, nature's spectacle is on full display. And when night falls, brace yourself for a celestial show, courtesy of the clear, pollution-free skies above. RV campers seeking a touch of adventure can join the host in an old pickup for a hands-on prairie tour, where the pioneering spirit comes alive. Help fetch water, check on cattle, or immerse yourself in seasonal farm activities like mulberry picking or garlic planting. All RV sizes are welcome, ensuring everyone can find their perfect spot to dry camp amidst these beautiful prairies. While the essence of pioneer life permeates the experience, modern comforts are not forgotten. Campfire delights, from s'mores to roast beef, await those wishing to indulge in hearty, open-fire cooked meals. And though the solitude is enchanting, it's a good reminder to come preparedsupplies are an hour's drive away, underscoring the remote, tranquil nature of this RV camping haven. This homestead doesn't hibernate in winter, offering a rugged and authentic taste of pioneer winters, complete with the possibility of being snowed in. Its an invitation to embrace the elements or plan your escape to nearby national parks before the storm. Step back in time but bring your RV for comfort, adventure, and an unforgettable connection with the land and its history. This is not just an RV camping trip; it's a gateway to the past, a lesson in living with the land, and an opportunity to forge memories under the vast, starlit sky.
Opening Hours
Monday
Open 24 Hours
Tuesday
Open 24 Hours
Wednesday
Open 24 Hours
Thursday
Open 24 Hours
Friday
Open 24 Hours
Saturday
Open 24 Hours
Sunday
Open 24 Hours
Suitability
Pet Restrictions
Please keep your pets on a leash.
Slideouts Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Amenities
Gardening
Availability
Same Day Requests
No
Response Time
Typically responds in more than one day
Accepts Requests Between
Jul 25, 2024 - Oct 22, 2024
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Extra Nights
Extra Nights Available:
Up to 2
Extra Nights Fee:
$20/night
Extra Nights Details
$20 per night Extra for Generator, just request it for current pricing. Well water is free.
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Parking & Arrival
Call Brant at 316-369-0691, tell him Anita agreed to have you stay. Let him know if you have any questions and best places to park. I would park in old garden spot away from his place. Ask for a remote spot by big dam. Big dam is 1/4 mile south, little dam and garlic is 1/4 mile north by windmill.
Max Rig Size:
Over 45 ft
Parking Spaces:
1
Parking Surface:
Grass
Items to Purchase
Firewood $15; a S’mores kit for 12 is $15; Case of water $10; Beef roast/veggies and loan of Dutch oven which must be returned clean $70; tours range from free to $$ depending on what’s going on and where, donations welcome. Transactions via web or cash at site. If you need a pack of 12 water bottles, firewood, or s'mores let him know. Pot roast needs full day notice. Enjoy and let your imagination ponder life on the prairie 100 years ago.
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