Fascinating Great Outdoor Adventure
Greg -- Mar 25, 2013 03:15 pm
Been visiting Cedar Breaks for the past five years fishing, hunting and enjoying the great outdoors. Ben Doty has capitalized on his education, practical knowledge and experience making Cedar Breaks very enjoyable to visit and hunt. Always look forward to returning to Cedar Breaks to spend time with Ben and his operation. The lodge is very nice, especially the converted one-room schoolhouse, my favorite place to stay. The late afternoon and evening fires in the fire pit on the back porch cap off many a fine day of outdoors activities. The vegetation and terrain make for a splendid change from my Florida flatland. You won't be disappointed with your visit and stay at Cedar Breaks.
Mule Deer Hunt
Eric -- Mar 18, 2013 05:47 pm
Our deer hunt at Cedar Breaks Ranch could not have been any better. The quality of the game was great but the hospitality was even better. Ben runs a great hunting operation from the guides to the food it is just a great operation. Nanette and I can't want to go back.
Cedar Breaks Lodge a real out east experience
Roy -- Mar 18, 2013 03:33 pm
Just the drive to Cedar Breaks from Pierre the capital of South Dakota is an interesting experience. Grasslands become low then high ridge lines with the final climb to the lodge overlooking the beautiful Cheyenne river with its tree studded bottom is unique. It is not hard to imagine giant herds of wild buffalo pursued by ancient Indian Tribes as You pass through miles of open grazing lands with minimal evidence of modern civilization.
Cedar breaks is located in a historic old ridge top settlement area. A working cattle ranch is surrounded by actively farmed lands. The lodge breeds and raises trophy mule deer. The numerous draws associated with the high ridges are not only havens for wild life but supply the required moisture for the large volume of winter hardy cedar trees and from which the lodge gets its name. The western segment of the property drops down to the White River and another tree filled bottom.
The Logdge management is well versed in local game and the various animals habits.
I highly recommend the location and management. You will be most impressed with the wild game you will see and the overall experience you will have.