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Boulder Canyon, Elkhorn each adding holes to Hills Rapid City Journal
August 28, 2016

DEADWOOD - Developers of Apple Springs Resort approached the Lawrence County Planning and Zoning Commission regarding a planned unit development amendment and a change of zoning for additions to the project. But David Simpson and Kevin Klaprodt, partners in the development, asked that the two actions be tabled while they made some changes to the application. [read more...]

The Lure of Mountain Style Living Black Hills Woman Magazine
July-August, 2016

Imagine an upscale home in the pines, with deer in the yard and the Black Hills National Forest outside the back door. Imagine living next to an 18-hole golf course with hiking trails to explore and stock ponds to fish. Imagine not having to plow snow or maintain roads. Now imagine all that within a 10-minute drive of entertainment, groceries and medical care. [pdf...]

Noble on golf: The Apple of your eye Rapid City Journal
April 26, 2016

I took Little Blue (that’s my wife’s sky blue convertible VW bug or beetle or some insect) north past Boulder Canyon Country Club to Apple Springs housing development. She and I had driven through the property a few weeks before so I knew well what I would be in for.

The homes and the design of the development is inviting, to say the least. Passing through this neighborhood one has the feeling they are experiencing a well-planned, really nice Black Hills community that features a golf course where water moves throughout the property. [read more...]

View Noble's subsequent article. [.pdf]

Western Resort Living Black Hills Builder
April, 2016

When you approach the property, it’s not hard to conjure images of the likes of Wild Bill, Calamity Jane or other storied Deadwood characters riding on horseback, through the canyon that connects Sturgis to Deadwood. With rolling hills dotted in pine, and towering canyon rock walls, the Apple Springs Development is the perfect location for a peaceful getaway with a view. [read more...]

 

Apple Springs draws a neighbor's ire Black Hills Pioneer
December 9, 2008

For members of Boulder Canyon Country Club, the additional nine holes will be a case of better late than never. The club originally had a plan in place about 10 years ago when the Apple Springs Subdivision began construction, only to see it abruptly end when the real estate market struggled.

Limbo said they began expansion negotiations with new Apple Springs owner Mike Short about three years ago and have worked with membership through a series of fact-finding missions. Members voted on the expansion last summer.[read more...]