|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
Welcome to your home away from home at Claim Jumper in Gilded Mountain Recreational Development!
You'll get to enjoy all the modern amenities you would expect on your favorite vacation! With all paved roads up to the property, and only being 8 miles from Deadwood, you'll get to enjoy peace and serenity and still have access to the Deadwood nightlife! With 2,045 Square Feet you'll have plenty of room to spread out in this 3-Level Custom-Built Black Hills Cabin. There are 4 Bedrooms - one of which is an open loft area (4 Queens, Full-Size, Twin, & Full-Size Trundle) plus 2 Full Baths.
Main Level of Cabin has an open Kitchen/Dining/Great Room with Log Accents & Rock-Gas Fireplace, Master Bedroom with Log Furniture, Laundry Area, and Walk-Out Deck with Hot Tub & Gas Grill. Lower Level of the Cabin has a Large Family Room, 2 Bedrooms, along with Access to the Patio (within walking distance of the Clubhouse).
You'll have plenty of Flat Screen TV’s, central air condition, fully paved roads and plenty of room for vehicles and trailers. You'll also get access to the Gilded Mountain Subdivision which offers a “Shared Clubhouse” with Gold Mining Décor & Log Accents.
Don't forget you'll be minutes from Terry Peak and Deer Mountain, Snowmobile and ATV Trails and of course the Michelson Trail. With all of these options so close to home, you'll never want to leave!
For larger groups, be sure to check out nearby properties - The Outback, Gold Camp Lodge, Lazy Bear Lodge, Copperhead Cabin, Whiskey Barrel, Lookout Tower, Coach House, Cash's Sluice, Powder Ridge, Stemwinder, or Saloon Cabin
Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool
Game Room (Pool Table/Air Hockey)
Living Room with Wet Bar & Fireplace
Large Screen TV
2 Hot Tubs
2 Gas Grills
Room for Family Gatherings (complete with tables & chairs)
The Clubhouse is available to anyone who stays at the cabin.
15 minutes to Historic Deadwood SD
10 minutes to Lead SD with shopping
10 minutes to Terry Peak Ski & Ski Mystic
15 minutes to Spearfish Canyon
Minutes to Michelson Trail