BGR 2023 Info:
Upon entering the drive you will cross a cattle grate. Continue straight ahead past the hay shed on your right. Turn right to head down the hill into the valley.
Take 16 east about 3 miles, turn left on Medicine Mountain Rd., after about 3 miles turn left on Saginaw Rd., after about 3/4 of a mile you will continue straight onto Black Granite Rd, after about 1.3 miles you will turn left onto the property drive.
From Hill City:
Take 16 west. About 1.3 miles past Crazy Horse Memorial turn right on Medicine Mountain Rd., after about 3 miles turn left on Saginaw Rd., after about 3/4 of a mile you will continue straight onto Black Granite Rd, after about 1.3 miles you will turn left onto the property drive. You will see signs and balloons to direct your way.
There will be a registration table/attendant at the bridge as you enter the valley. This is where you will receive your small group assignment. Please stop to give your name and let us know you are here.
You will see orange ribbon identifying parking locations on property when you enter the valley. If you are camping, you can choose where to set up in the valley (outside of the roped off day use areas). Most campers/tents will be to the left of the flagpole. There will be an attendant at the registration table to direct you as well.
If you need potable water to fill your camper or while you are tent camping, there is access to a well at the top of the hill by the house at the RV site. Please make sure the pump handle is down when you are done filling containers.
There are trash cans around the fire rings are for daily retreat trash only. For your daily household trash, if you pack it in, please pack it out.
There will be tables set up for buffet style serving. You can bring your cash donations for the Chuckwagon Will Travel Ministry, side dish, or dessert to those tables and someone will be there to receive your contribution.
You are welcome to bring well mannered companions that are comfortable staying on a leash.
If your companion enjoys prolonged barking sessions, surprise visits to other camps or just running free, this retreat isn’t a good fit for them.
Horse and Livestock Policy
Grazing on our property is leased to others. Horses and livestock must remain off site.
We want everyone to enjoy their time on the ranch and remain safe. Please respect the following requests during your stay.
- Only run generators from 7am-10pm
- Keep dogs on leashes and clean up after them
- Children are free to roam and explore the property
Safety: Our property contains water (shallow pond/creek) and large rocks/cliffs. Guests, including children, are welcome to play and explore these areas. Play and explore at your own risk. We do not offer child supervision or life guards.