I am excited to announce that G-Man has team up with WOLF CAMP for lodging in the Southern Hill for D-I-Y turkey hunters and soon a couple of other hunts coming in the near feature.
Wolf camp is a family owned and operated campground of 18 breathtaking acres with Spokane Creek flowing gently through the interior, remotely located and surrounded by National Forest. Camper can find excellent swimming and fishing, just a few minutes away at Lakota Lake, Center Lake, or Legion Lake. An Added bonus for camper is access to two entrance for Custer State Park. One only 5 minutes away to the East and Second 7 minutes to the West. But the ultimate to the camper is your access to the Wolf Education Center for two Live Wolves, Wakan TanKa and Akia, located on the edge of the campground.
Wolf Camp is open year round. (Shower house open from May 15th to October 31st depending on weather.) Wolf Camp is also large enough for Wedding, Retreats and Family Reunions. Plus, prime location for you Sturgis Rally stay in the Hills.
Give Cindy and Jerry a Call 605-255-5441 or 605-255-5648
Wolf Camp your Destination!!!
Driving Directions to
South Dakota. At the Stop light in Keystone (there is only one) turn East on Hwy
40 heading towards Hayward. Go 3 miles, and take a right turn onto Playhouse
Road. **Travel down Playhouse Road (5 miles), enjoying the beauty and abundant
wildlife, and when you get to Hwy 16A (Iron Mountain Road), turn left. Go 1/1Oth
mile and you will see Wolf Camp on the left. OR You can take the Scenic Route
through the Tunnels on the Norbeck byway Hwy 16A (Pig Tail Highway-Iron
Mountain Road) to Custer State Park. This will take you directly by Wolf Camp.
(Not a good way to go if you have a large camping unit.)
From Hwy 79,
turn on to Hwy 40 at Hermosa and travel west approximately 13 miles to Playhouse
Road. Turn left and follow above directions**. OR from Hwy 79, turn on to Hwy 36
and travel west. Take a right onto Iron Mountain Road. This will take you
through part of Custer State Park. Upon leaving the Parks' northeast entrance,
continue traveling west for approximately 2 miles.
|G-Man Outdoor Adventure operate under a Special Use Permit from US Forest Service.|