Favorite Ride South Boxelder (Nemo)


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Most out of state riders travel to the Nemo area to atv. This area has extensive atv/utv trails. They are well-used and some are technical. If your goals is to be challenged this may be your area to ride.

However if you are looking for something more easy to ride, you can find those type of trails in this area also.

*If you want to ride an extreme trail with nerve bending decent, try Trail 8089 between the Trail 8252 intersection and jthe Trail 8251 intersection. If you are with your family or an inexperienced rider use Trail 8080-B as an alternative.

Places to Visit:

BOXELDER CREEK

BOXELDER FORKS NATIONAL FOREST CAMPGROUND

*ride at your own risk

Other Places to Visit:
Mad Mountain Summer Adventures

Sturgis Off-Road Rally

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Trailhead:

SOUTH BOXELDER TRAILHEAD

Connecting Favorite Rides:

CUSTER PEAK RIDE

DALTON LAKE RIDE

PILOT KNOB RIDE

PIEDMONT RIDE

RILEY HILL RIDE

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Trailhead Parking: 44.1925,-103.5171

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  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.

    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!

  2. Deena Taylor says:

    i have been to moab utah and loved the challenge so when you Nemo area is technical what does that mean is it just a dirt trail or will there be some challenging rocks to climb. Truthfull info would be appreciated.