TIGERVILLE TRAILHEAD & NEWTON 62″ TRAIL SYSTEM

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The Tigerville Trailhead is popular because of its abundance of trails, South, North and West. North takes you into an old mining district. South will take you into a bunch of new trails and West takes you to the Dearfield area.

Watch for great scenery, old cabins, and old gold mines.

RALLY with us at the STURGIS OFFROAD RALLY.

For a bit of history, stop at the July 28 Custer Camp site.

Water features in this area include; Newton Lake, and Reno Gulch Reservoir.

A great place to stay to ride straight to the trails,  is MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT.

Watch for the White Horse Gulch Water Crossing, and the Sunflower 420 Mine.


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Places to Visit:

GOLD MOUNTAIN MINE

NEWTON LAKE

TUNNEL A

TIGERVILLE GLORY HOLES

JULY 28 CUSTER CAMP

RENO GULCH RESERVOIR

SUNFLOWER 420 MINE

WHITE HORSE GULCH WATER CROSSING

WHITETAIL FOREST CAMPGROUND

Other Places to Visit:

STURGIS OFF ROAD RALLY

STURGIS OFF ROAD RALLY

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

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Favorite Rides Out of Tigerville Trailhead :

GOLD MOUNTAIN RIDE

GOLD MOUNTAIN RIDE

TIGERVILLE RIDE

TIGERVILLE RIDE

Favorite Drives Out of Tigerville Trailhead :

GOLD MOUNTAIN DRIVE

GOLD MOUNTAIN DRIVE

TIGERVILLE DRIVE

TIGERVILLE RIDE

Trailhead Map: 43.9643,-103.6101


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Degrees Minutes Seconds:
Latitude: N 43 57 51
Longitude: W -103 36 36

Decimal Degrees:
Latitude: N 43.9643337
Longitude: W -103.6101428

GPS:
Latitude: N 43 57.860
Longitude: W -103 36.609

UTM:
13N 611498 4868850

Alternate Parking; Newton Trailhead:

Links:
Black Hills National Forest Map

Blackhills National Forest Colored TRAIL Map (2016)

ATV Riding and Camping Rules

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