St. Hubert's Hideaway offers a unique hunting experience for outdoor enthusiasts, but also some of the best scenery and privacy the midwest has to offer. Watching the sunrise with a cup of coffee or watching the sunset by the fire pit may be the best part of your stay.
The main location is nestled in a typical midwest style valley surrounded by rolling hills, native grasses, scenic trees, and amazing sunrises and sunsets. The property sits on 320 acres and is being further developed into an outdoor destination from hunting and fishing, kayaking and hiking, to relaxation and comfort. Most evenings the sites and sounds of various wildlife or laughter will entertain you, not city hustle and bustle.
Main uses: Hunting & Fishing Adventures, Faith Retreats, Hobby Retreats, Reunions, Fund Raising, and Weddings
Our property is located in south central South Dakota, right in the heart of pheasant hunting country.
160 Miles southwest of Sioux Falls, South Dakota
210 Miles southeast of Rapid City, South Dakota
Sioux Falls and Rapid City offer commercial airports.
12 Miles West of Gregory, South Dakota (Closest and most visited city.)
20 Miles East of Winner, South Dakota
Gregory and Winner offer private airports.
The use of our property and associated rates vary depending upon the season and usage. We require deposits to hold your desired reservations, and in most cases minimum rates apply. Please view our availability for open dates and then contact us.
All-inclusive Seasonal Pheasant Hunts:
3 Days, 4 Nights: Starts at $2,000/Hunter. Availability and size of groups will determine final price. From the time you rise until you return to the comfort of your bed we offer everything during the day to make your trip more relaxing. Meals, guiding, bird cleaning, transportation, practice, and good night sleeps.
These hunting options are available during the South Dakota public season, please visit South Dakota Game Fish & Parks for more information including dates and licensing information.
Property Use: Starts at $750/Group per night. Longer term and special use rates are available.
Fishing, Trap & Rifle Ranges, Special Hunts and various outdoor activity options are available during your stay. Rates, guide referrals and information can be provided upon inquiry.
Please contact us with all special requests. We will do our best to accommodate your group.
5 Bedrooms | 13 Beds | 3.5 Baths | Sleeps 13-21
The Main Lodge was the original homestead farm house. The house has been renovated to include all of the amenities a group could desire for a fun getaway. Several features make the home unique but also relaxing so you can enjoy your time together peacefully. This lodge comes with 5 bedrooms, 13 beds, 3.5 baths, large kitchen and dining area, fireplace, game room, lockers, mud room, indoor dog kennels, and workout room.
Coming Soon! St. Hubert's Chapel
6 Bedrooms | 12 Beds | 3.5 Baths | Sleeps 12-24
The Barn Lodge is scheduled to open in 2020 and will offer a breath taking view of the landscape and lodging experience. The foundation of the lodge is a 100 year old granary which has been modified to a full scale lodge.
This lodge will feature 6 bedrooms, 12 beds, bridal suite, full kitchen, 3.5 baths, mud room, fireplace and loft. There will be patio doors that open to the outdoor fire pit and to the dock which overlooks one of three adjacent lakes on the property.
Our guests define the history of this property. Their experiences, stories, sharing, laughter, and memories are what make this place special. The solitude of this location is what most of our guests long for. It's relaxing and provides experiences they don't encounter in almost any other place they travel to or frequent. There's a special reason some of our guests have been coming back to this area for over 30 years.
St. Hubert's Hideaway property was purchased and business founded in 2017 by the GW and Chad Ekroth families. Both Ekroths were raised near this property, and have been instrumental in pheasant hunting and guiding in the area for the past 30 years. GW Ekroth still farms with their father, Gary Ekroth, on the nearby Ekroth Ranch, the location where hunters were previously housed.
The new property serves as an expansion of a long lived hunting tradition at the Ekroths. We strive to make each guest feel welcomed and encouraged to come again.