ATV Trails Reuter Trailhead (Sundance)

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Wyoming is the only place in the Black Hills that still has 50” trails. Please leave your 62” and wider vehicles at home when you visit this set of trails.

I suggest you park your trailer at the Reuter Trailhead. ATV North to Trail 1201 from there, even though it will be on an improved road for a short distance.

Cook Lake is a good destination. Check the Black Hills National Forest website to determine if it is open. It can also be a base camp. Northeast of there is Bearlodge Pit an open ATV riding area.

Check out the BearLodge Mountain Resort in Sundance for a great place to stay.

Great scenery, water features, a great fire tower and an old miners grave are sights to watch for. The best site for an avid ATV’er is the numerous 50” two-tract trails that in most cases appear to be virgin of wider UTV’s.


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

Places to Visit:

BEARLODGE MOUNTAIN LOOKOUT TOWER

CUSTER’S INYAN KARA CAMP

DEVIL’S TOWER

EMIL REUTER GRAVE

JULY 21 CAMP CUSTER EXPEDITION

BEARLODGE NATIONAL FOREST CAMPGROUND

REUTER NATIONAL FOREST CAMPGROUND

Other Places to Visit:

Black Hills Power Equipment

Sturgis OffRoad Rally

Our Facebook Page

Favorite Rides:

BLACKTAIL RIDE

REUTER RIDE

Favorite Drives:

BLACKTAIL DRIVE

REUTER DRIVE

Trailhead Map:

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Degrees Minutes Seconds:
Latitude:   N 44° 25′ 33.819″
Longitude:   W -104° 25′ 32.493″

Decimal Degrees:
Latitude: N  44.4260608
Longitude: W -104.4256926

GPS:
Latitude: N  44 25.564
Longitude: W  -104 25.542

UTM:
13N   545714 4919357

Alternative Parking; Ogden Creek Trailhead:

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Links:
Black Hills National Forest Map

Blackhills National Forest colored TRAIL Map (2016)

ATV Riding and Camping Rules

Documents:

Reuter Grave

Blackhills National Forest website

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!