ATV Trails Redfern Trailhead (Hill City)

Redfern
(Click on the picture to Zoom)

If you do not mind walking you can experience one of the most historic canyons along Slate Creek. Even from your atv you will see old cabins, old gold mines, and a group of Forest Service roads and trails with great scenic value.

The Redfern Trailhead is named from an old railroad ghost town. The trailhead is no longer on Forest Service maps but parking here still exists or you can park at the Tigerville Trailhead.

Use the Oreville Campground as your home during your stay.


*Website is for information purposes only – ride or drive at your own risk.

Places to Visit:

GOLD MOUNTAIN MINE

MINER’S HOTEL

NEWTON LAKE

TUNNEL A

SILVER CITY TRAILHEAD TRAIL 40

SLATE CREEK CABIN

SLATE CREEK GOVERNOR’S CABIN


SLATE CREEK CABIN 3

SLATE CREEK TRAIL CABIN

SETH BULLOCK TOWER

TIGERVILLE GLORY HOLES

JENNY GULCH NATIONAL FOREST PICNIC AREA

CUSTER TRAILS NATIONAL FOREST CAMPGROUND

Other Places to Visit:
Hillside Country Cabins (Rapid City)

Black Hills Power Equipment

Sturgis OffRoad Rally

Our Facebook Page

Favorite Rides Out of Redfern Trailhead:


REDFERN RIDE

Favorite Drives Out of Redfern Trailhead:

GOLD MOUNTAIN DRIVE 62″ – 4-wheel

REDFERN DRIVE 62″ – 4-Wheel

Trailhead Map: 44.0232,-103.6538

Center map
Traffic
Bicycling
Transit
Google MapsGet Directions

Click on the red balloon for more information. Click on Satellite for more detail. Right or left click to zoom in or out.

redfern-th

Degrees Minutes Seconds:
Latitude:  N 44 01 23
Longitude: W -103 39 13

Decimal Degrees:
Latitude: N 44.0231872
Longitude:  -103.6537957

GPS:
Latitude: N 44 01.391
Longitude: W -103 39.228

UTM:
13N 607889 4875329

Links:
Black Hills National Forest Map

Blackhills National Forest Colored TRAIL Map (2016)

ATV Riding and Camping Rules

Comments

  1. The Black Hills have great ATV trails and Forest Service roads. I have traveled most of them. Our forest service roads are either road-like or trail-like. On my Favorite Rides pages, I have highlighted the many TRAIL-LIKE Forest Service Roads and the ATV trails.

    I put this website together to help others enjoy their ATV visit to South Dakota. When I ATV out of my state, I realize how difficult it is to plan a three day ride without good information. I hope my website will be good information for you.

    Over 1000 visitors a month use this website. Let us know what you think about Black Hills atving!