Angostura Ranch

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Dave Peterson
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Dakota Properties of Rapid City
Mobile: 605-390-2709
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    Worthy of consideration for a magnificent state park, this offering consists of some of the most scenic and well located lands within the boundaries of the Black Hills National Forest. With almost unlimited recreational opportunities and easy access, this land has a wide variety of terrain including, rolling meadows, rugged canyons, forested foothills, impressive rock formations and spectacular settings. It is directly connected to the newly acquired State of South Dakota GF&P game production and recreation area including Angostura State Recreation Area and several thousand acres of United States Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and State of South Dakota lands. Lakeside hunting, fishing and boating are all right there. A network of traversable ridges and canyon trails provide access to remote higher country overlooking Angostura and memorable world class views for as far as the eye can see. Angostura Reservoir is about 17 miles long with a water surface area of 4,612 acres at an elevation of 3,187.2 feet. This offering is one of the larger remaining private real estate holdings that are a part of the Black Hills National Forest and over one million acres of accessible public lands, including the world renowned Mt. Rushmore National Monument, Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, Crazy Horse Monument, Custer State Park, hundreds of miles of trail systems, 11 reservoirs, 1,300 miles of streams, thousands of wilderness acres, several caves and year round recreational activities. Offering dramatic diversity to the Black Hills, the surreal 244,000 acre Badlands National Park is only 50 miles from this site. This picturesque wonderland of bizarre, colorful spires and pinnacles, massive buttes and deep gorges offers unforgettable exploring experiences. The nearby city of Hot Springs is home to the world famous Mammoth Site, where the in situ remains of over 56 Columbian mammoths and would provide outstanding paleontology opportunities at this active scientific research site. Not to mention a #1 rated golf course is just 10 minutes away from this property. The local area is full of rich western history.

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