Escape to Harmony Hills, the Midwestern getaway of your dreams. Characterized by gently rolling, thriving green landscapes in the prairie pothole region of the central flyway zone, this ideal recreational ranch is an eastern South Dakota treasure. Protected by a USFWS grassland easement the new owner can graze cattle year round or harvest hay on or after July 15th of every calendar year.
Harmony Hills harbors a variety of wildlife habitat, including a wetlands, thousands of trees that include: Ash, Oak, Cedar, Pine, Spruce, Russian Olive, Box Elder, Apple and Lilac trees. These trees range from 9 to 90 years old. Some of the grasses encompass virgin native prairie grass with big blue stem, little blue stem, Indian grass, switch grass, and other warm season grasses and about 20 native forbs including Echinacea and May Flowers. Hunting and recreational opportunities include a wealth of waterfowl, trophy white tail deer, wild turkey, pheasants and other upland game birds, and an abundance of fishing.
Located only two miles south of the 2,000 acre Lake Sinai, which is one of the deepest and best walleye lakes in South Dakota, this area naturally attracts thousands of ducks and geese flocking in season. The ranch has easy access from a well maintained gravel road, just a half mile off a black top road, only 20 minutes from Brookings, home of South Dakota State University, with a population of 18,500 in 2000.
This secluded Midwestern getaway has excellent sites for country living, a sporting lodge or a corporate retreat. A recreational opportunity like this does not come along often!