The Northstream River Pasture is a beautiful pasture with rolling hills, deep grass, fantastic access, plentiful water, and the most amazing views. The scenic Mission Ridge Road winds along the top of the Missouri River breaks overlooking the draws and ridges that run down through the property to the great Oahe Dam. It is captivating to sit atop the ridges and find the Whitetail Deer foraging around, or watching the boats explore the expansive waters at the property’s edge.
The River Pasture is located an amazingly short 7 miles from Ft. Pierre city limits and an incredible 9 miles from the State Capital of South Dakota. Mission Ridge Road runs along the south boundary providing 2.5 miles of paved road frontage.
- Sioux Falls, SD- 221 Miles
- Rapid City, SD- 188 Miles
- Bismarck, ND- 224 Miles
- North Platte, NE- 276 Miles
Currently the property has been used predominately for livestock grazing. With Oahe Dam as the north boundary, the Mission Ridge Road as the south boundary, and small acreages as the east and west boundaries this property has an incredibly unique ability to create separation from neighboring livestock, making it a safe, efficient place to summer yearlings or even replacement heifers. The River Pasture combined with 472 acres of CORP of Engineers lease ground offer a producer enough scale to efficiently operate this property.
For the Investment minded purchaser this remarkable property offers exponential return capabilities. While it makes an attractive agricultural rental property the access along Mission Ridge Road affords the opportunity to develop highly desirable parcels overlooking the Dam. One could start a development project while livestock grazing, farming, and hunting create cashflow during the development process. Not to mention the endless opportunities for recreational enjoyment.
The River break hills are a mixture of gradual sloping grass covered hills to shear banks. Wildlife and livestock take shelter in the deeper, brushy draws and forage the hills and plateaus. The network of ridge tops are deceiving, making the Dam appear to be just over the crest but when you start down the ridge each crest reveals another until eventually, you arrive at the shoreline.
Livestock water is provided by several tanks fed by West River Lyman Jones Rural Water, several dams and dugouts, and Oahe Dam. Domestic water is provided by West River Lyman Jones Rural Water.
Whitetail deer are the predominate wildlife, although game birds, water fowl, raccoons and various other species can be found.
The Property consists of 1,245.09 Deeded and 472 CORP of Engineers Lease Acres for a Total of 1,717.09 Acres
Deeded Acre Breakdown: 1,161.41 Grass; 83.68 Tillable