ATV Trails Spearfish Quarry Trailhead

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This trailhead is close if you are atving out of Spearfish. It is a great trailhead to use in the fall because the area is abundant with fall colors. If you are exploring the gulches for color be sure to ride FS 626.1. If you are lucky the Wildlife Production Area gate will be open and you can ride it all the way to Higgens Gulch Road.

Spearfish Quarry is one of two open riding areas designated on the Blackhills National Forest. You can also ride South to the Iron Creek area and even West to the Wyoming border. But be ready for some dusty gravel road riding.

If you like to ride and hike this is a good location because some of the most cherished Blackhills hiking trails are found here.


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

Places to Visit:

Iron Creek

IRON CREEK LAKE

ROD & GUN NATIONAL FOREST CAMPGROUND

TIMON NATIONAL FOREST CAMPGROUND

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

Black Hills Power Equipment

Sturgis OffRoad Rally

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Favorite Rides Out of Spearfish Quarry Trailhead:

Spearfish Quarry

Favorite Drives Out of Spearfish Quarry Trailhead:

Spearfish Quarry Drive

Trailhead Map: 44.461,-103.9125

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Degrees Minutes Seconds:
Latitude: N 44 27 39
Longitude: W -103 54 44
Decimal Degrees:
Latitude: N 44.4610468
Longitude: W -103.9124706
GPS:
Latitude: N 44 27.663
Longitude: W -103 54.748
UTM:
13N 586514 4923657

Links:

Blackhills National Forest Map

Black Hills 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!