Lodge Address111 Whitehorse Rd BIA 4
Whitehorse, SD 57661
Business AddressSteve Grossman
44357 Red Oak Rd
Staples, MN 56479
PhoneLodge Phone: 605.733.2226
Cell: 218.341.2826 (Steve | Owner/Operator)
We'd love to hear from you!
Reservation dates must be scheduled with the office of Wild Prairie Lodge prior to sending a deposit. Deposits are required for each hunter to secure hunt dates, along with a credit card on file. No refunds will be returned. However, if cancellation occurs 60 or more days prior to reserved date, the dates will be rolled over to the next hunting season. Any cancellation within 60 days of reserved dates, the entire payment will be billed and charged to the billing credit card on file, there will be no roll over dates. Appropriate CC transaction fees will be added to billing.
How to Find Us
The Wild Prairie Lodge is located just below the bluff that bears the marker of the gravesite of Chief Whitehorse, as well as a few other interesting markers. Located near the village of Whitehorse, SD, the village is named after the Sioux Chief White Horse of White Horse Station, Cheyenne River Indian Reservation, South Dakota. The story of Chief Whitehorse is found here http://www.mprnews.org/story/2009/02/whitehorse. The neatly-typed pages document more than a century of the history and culture of the Lakota, known to white settlers as the Sioux. It starts with the year 1790. It's part of a Lakota oral history tradition known as the winter count. It tells of time long past of living here in what is now called "Whitehorse". It is an interesting read!
From Missouri River Bridge Hwy 212:
- Head West 30 miles to Ridgeview (big water tower on left side of road)
- Turn right at Whitehorse sign (on Hwy Blvd Railroad 3)
- Continue onto Blvd Railroad 3 for 13.2 miles
- Turn left onto Whitehorse Rd BIA 3 5 (2.7mi) thru village of Whitehorse, past Catholic church on the right, taking next right to Large Red Steel Building (Wild Prairie Lodge)
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