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Blue Tin Ranch



1909 Barn

Built at the turn of the century by local farmers, our barn proudly stood 100 years. 

In 2009 this beauty was scheduled to be burned down. The owners of Blue Tin Ranch couldn't bare to see this community pillar destroyed. 

The Jorgensen's bought the barn and had it moved 3 miles to their property at Blue Tin Ranch. 

In 2020, the owners decided to take out the Hay Mow. Opening the barn for the breathtaking interior views. 

Guest House

This garage- turned -indoor swimming pool- turned guest house can sleep up to 8 guests. Spread out after a long day's drive or successful hunt. 

Fully equipped gourmet kitchen with modern appliances, Smart TV with lots of streaming services,comfy beds and sitting areas, and all the outdoor spaces you could want!


Let the dogs or the kids out to RUN! 


Enchanted Forest

Our enchanted forest consists of a winding path through our 5 acre grove of trees. 


Along the path you will find relaxing seating, bird feeders, a gazebo, a beautiful sunset, and most importantly, an appreciation of  South Dakotas Agriculture and Tourism!


Front Lawn

Our Sprawling front lawn is a great place to watch the stunning South Dakota sunsets you won't find anywhere else. 

Let the dogs and the kids out to just RUN! With 10 acres there's so much to explore ​

Set up your chair in the lawn. Enjoy the views of the Missouri River Valley. Also, Go Yotes!



At the end of our Enchanted Forest is a Gazebo. Equipped with seating for around 20 people.

The perfect sunset escape. 


Imagine brunching in the gazebo with your closest friends. Mentally prepare yourselves for your big hunt, take family pictures, or just watch the sunset at the end of the day!


The Corn Crib Swings

Not just a relaxing place to enjoy watching harvest or planting, or the beautiful sunsets South Dakota is famous for. 


Our Corn Crib, built by the owner's grandparents in the early 1900's was brought to Blue Tin Ranch in 2013. 

In 2020 the owners decided to do something unique and creative. They added a fire pit and the coolest swings.   More than your average bin-zeebo!  

Hang out in our corncrib swings all afternoon. 

PS. They have cupholders 

Cottonwood Trees


Welcome to the coolest coop in town.

This coop like all of our refurbished buildings comes with an incredible story! Built by Warren Jorgensen in the 50's, left to decay when the farm became too much to handle, and restored by Noreen in 2008! Now it's not only a focal point of the backyard but also a SPACIOUS 2 bedroom tiny house with kitchenette and living area!  

Come check it out for yourself. (call Noreen to rent)

Chickens not included 



The Pavilion is our favorite spot to relax the night away. All lit up when the stars come out.


Our open air pavilion is great for enjoying the night air, watching the rain and for setting up a live band!  

And if you listen hard enough, you can hear the coyotes yipping all night long!

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