View from the entranceThe well-equipped kitchen
Cabin at Green Mountain
Hosted by Mark & Mary
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6 guests
2 bedrooms
5 beds
2 baths
6 guests
2 bedrooms
5 beds
2 baths
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Cabin at Green Mountain is located near Nemo, a tiny mountain town set in the picturesque valley of Boxelder Creek midway between Rapid City, Hill City, Sturgis and Deadwood, South Dakota. The convenient location allows you to visit top tourist attractions while enjoying a special haven of rest and relaxation.

The space

The brilliantly redesigned 1910 building features a lofted cathedral ceiling and a large field-stone, gas fireplace. Three sleeping areas (two bedrooms and an open loft) accommodate up to six people. The main level has a full bath, a well-equipped kitchen and dining area, a comfortable living room, and a bedroom with bunk beds and a queen bed. Upstairs, the open loft holds a double fold out futon. This area also can be used as a second living room and has a special parquet card table perfect for games, puzzles or projects. An upstairs master bedroom has a queen bed and a private full bath. Enjoy relaxing on the front porch, hiking in the woods, trout fishing in the creeks, cross-country skiing, birding, golf courses, restaurants and all major Black Hills attractions.

Guest access

Directions to:
CABIN AT GREEN MOUNTAIN
22418 Jim Creek Lane
Deadwood, SD 57732

Directions from the South:
Go North on Hwy 385 through Custer and Hill City. Clock mileage as you leave Hill City. Make sure you stay on 385 four miles north of Hill City at “Three Forks” ~ turning left to stay on 385. Continue past Sheridan Lake and Pactola Lake. About 20 miles from Hill City, you will see the “Sugar Shack” restaurant on your left. Turn right (east) on the gravel Merritt Estes Rd. (#208). Go (about 5 miles) until you come to Nemo Road. Turn right (south), ~ 1.2 miles to Good Hope Road. Turn right (west) onto this gravel driveway. *

Directions from the north via Deadwood:
Take Hwy 385 south eight miles to Nemo Road (C234). Turn left (east) 13 miles on Nemo Road to Nemo. From Nemo, go 3.2 miles farther to Good Hope Road. Turn right (west) onto this gravel driveway. *

Directions through Rapid City:
Exit I-90 at Exit #57 onto I-190, Mt. Rushmore Rd. At the first stoplight, turn right (west) on Omaha Street. The name of this street changes from Omaha to West Chicago, to South Canyon and finally to Nemo Road (C234) as you leave town. From the stoplight in Rapid, at the intersection of West Chicago and Sturgis Rd., continue 15.5 miles to Good Hope Rd. Turn left (west) onto this gravel driveway. *

OR, from the airport (which is on the east side of Rapid City): head into & through Rapid City on Hwy 44 West. Highway 44 in Rapid City is Omaha St. and it eventually leaves Omaha St., but you will stay on Omaha St. The name of this street changes from Omaha to West Chicago, to South Canyon and finally to Nemo Road (C234) as you leave town on the west side. From the stoplight in Rapid, at the intersection of West Chicago and Sturgis Rd., continue 15.5 miles to Good Hope Rd. Turn left (west) onto this gravel driveway. *

OR, from the south: take Hwy 79 North (a.k.a. Truck 16 & Campbell Street) into Rapid, turn left (west) on Hwy 44 West. Highway 44 in Rapid is Omaha St. The name of this street changes from Omaha to West Chicago, to South Canyon and finally to Nemo Road (C234) as you leave town. From the stoplight in Rapid, at the intersection of West Chicago and Sturgis Rd., continue 15.5 miles to Good Hope Rd. Turn left (west) onto this gravel driveway. *

Directions from the north or east through Sturgis:
Directions through Sturgis to Green Mountain: just east of Sturgis HWY 79 S. joins and goes west into town with HWY 34 W. ~ take 79/34 a.k.a. Lazelle St. into town ~ turn left/south (staying on 79) at the stoplight intersection with Junction Ave. ~ go south approximately 18
blocks, following the signs to I-90 and Vanocker Canyon Road ~ you keep heading S. ~ do not take on-ramps for I-90, do go under the overpass, through the lights, and south out of town on Vanocker Canyon Rd.

Directions from I-90 East or West at south at Sturgis:
Exit I-90 at Exit #32 – Vanocker Canyon Rd. Drive south towards the Hills out of town on Vanocker Canyon Rd.
Vanocker Canyon Rd. ~ you will see signs for Wonderland Cave until you pass it about 1/2 way up Vanocker ~ stay on Vanocker Canyon Rd. for about 17 miles until it ends with a "T" at Nemo Rd. ~ turn left (south) on Nemo Rd. ~ Nemo is just around the corner ~ from Nemo continue 3.2 miles south to Good Hope Rd. Turn right (west) onto this gravel driveway. *

*Always, on Good Hope Rd. (you will see a small “DEAD END ROAD” sign); follow the gravel less than ½ mile; turn left on Jim Creek Lane & park at the ‘cabin parking’ sign (to the left). Welcome.

Interaction with guests

Hosts Mark and Mary strike a graceful balance between being helpful and available and allowing guests to enjoy the quiet secluded setting.

Other things to note

Two TV channels, Satellite internet/WiFi, cell service 1 1/2 miles up the road. No traffic, uncommon quiet and lovely surroundings!


Amenities
Family/Kid Friendly
Internet
Air Conditioning
Kitchen

Prices
Extra people £16 / night after 2 guests
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed, 1 bunk bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in time is 4PM - 7PM
Check out by 10AM

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Dog(s), cat(s), and other pet(s) live in the house

Cancellations

Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

Availability
2 nights minimum stay

48 Reviews

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Bill User Profile
October 2017
If you are looking for a quiet place to get away that is also located to easy access to main attractions offered in the area, then this is a Great place to call home for your stay. The host's were Outstanding. We look forward to a return trip in the future. Bill & Tricia

Amanda User Profile
September 2017
The cabin is amazing! VERY peaceful and relaxing. We were three adults all single and we had plenty of room to be in separate places and not be crowded. The cabin is not overly large but very well equipped and certainly enough space to be comfortable and cosy. Mary and Mark are great hosts will awesome communication. We loved it so much we decided to extend our stay by a night I will say though the wifi reception / cell reception isn't great (we found decent wifi reception on the front lawn) so if you need to be connected for work you need to be aware you need to get creative with finding reception. We loved the fact we were disconnected as it added to the relaxation and Mary did mention they were looking into a better connection for wifi in the cabin. It didn't affect our stay but if you are the type that needs 24/7 connection the Black Hills may not be for you. We all LOVED the cabin, the views, the area and would all stay with Mary and Mark again if we were passing through. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

Kathryn User Profile
August 2017
The cabin was in a beautiful area - a wonderful porch for coffee and sunrises. Checkin was easy and the location offered an easy drive to Deadwood, Rapid City, and hiking areas. The kitchen was well equipped for cooking during the stay. Look forward to a return visit.

Tracy User Profile
August 2017
If you want quiet seclusion, the kindness of artful souls in a beautful Black Hills setting, a charming cabin with a great little kitchen and plenty of sleeping options, then look no further than the Cabin at Green Mountain. Home away from home for our family of four ( with adult children), we used it as our home base while exploring the wonders of the Black Hills, The Badlands, and Devil's Tower in Wyoming. Mary checked on us regularly (but not intrusively); she is delightful to visit with about the area, her art, the natural world, and horses! She and Mark also shared a tour of their art studio, which was a lovely way to spend our final evening in this beautiful place. It was genuine experiential immersion vs. touristy ephemera. Happiness!

Steven User Profile
August 2017
Wonderful, private location. Great chance to unplug from civilization

Romilly User Profile
June 2017
An amazing place! Mark and Mary are marvelous hosts and the cabin is well equipped and very tasteful. What makes this so special is the location, with beautiful outlook, sunrise and nature all around. Truly a beautiful place to stay. Thank you!

Theresa User Profile
June 2017
We had an amazing time and couldn't be happier. Mark and Mary put their personal touch and love into the cabin and it really shows. Be sure to take time to appreciate their personal art and craftsmanship. Hope to come back in Fall or next summer!
Mark & Mary User ProfileMark & Mary is a superhost.
Response from Mark & Mary:
Thanks Theresa, we look forward to seeing you again!
June 2017

Deadwood, South Dakota, United StatesJoined in August 2013
Mark & Mary User ProfileMark & Mary is a superhost.

Your hosts are both professional artists, avid students of the history, geology, flora and fauna of the Black Hills. Their house, barn, and their Green Ink Gallery and Studios are located nearby on this same 30 acre original 1906 homestead which is surrounded by the Black Hills National Forest.

Response rate: 100%
Response time: within a few hours

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