Cheyenne Ridge Lodge is a first-class pheasant hunting facility with a rich heritage and modern luxuries. Located 20 miles north of Pierre, SD, this region has some of the finest pheasant hunting in the Lower 48. If you’re a bird hunter with a taste for the finer aspects of sporting life there’s no better place to indulge.
The basic hunting packages are 4 nights and 3 days, all inclusive, and are available September-March. Classic hunting behind pointing dogs or block and drive hunting features experienced guides, disciplined dogs, Beretta double guns and unlimited shotgun shells.
28 single-occupancy guest rooms and 5 suites are decorated with handcrafted Amish furniture.
Each room has its own private bathroom and shower with personal toiletries. Additional on-site amenities are a cigar and cognac bar, pro shop, spa and fitness room, game room, and individual gun lockers.
12-gauge shotguns are suggested. The lodge has loaner Beretta semi-auto guns and shotgun shells available on-site. Hunter orange hat and jacket are required. A complete gear list will be sent upon confirmation. Frontiers can provide expert advice on finding the right gear for your trip.
The Pierre Regional Airport (PIR) is served directly from Minneapolis/St. Paul and Denver. It also has the capacity to handle the largest private and corporate jets. PIR is central South Dakota's only full service FBO and it is less than 25 miles from Cheyenne Ridge Signature Lodge. However when you fly in, a staff member will be at the gate ready to take you directly to the lodge.
Based on single occupancy/shared guide. 4 night/3 day shooting package=$5.200 pp. 3 night/2 day shooting package=$4,175 pp Inclusions: PIR airport transfers, 20 pheasant daily limit, cleaning and processing of birds daily and hunting license.
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