ANTELOPE SPRINGS 82″ DRIVE

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The Black Hills National Forest calls them forest service roads, but some riders call them 82′ non-width restricted trails. Many of these forest service roads are trail-like!

These are the trails the wider machines can legally use. Some of these trails are open year-round. These are the trails that often take you into the mystery and history of the Black Hills.

There are over 3,000 miles of these forest service road, 82″ non-width restricted trail-like trails. These trails are numbered on the MVUM, with three digit numbers like 201 or 201 2A.

RALLY with us the weekend of Sept 9-12, at the STURGIS OFFROAD RALLY.

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORTOFFERS A GREAT STAY, AND ABILITY TO RIDE DIRECTLY TO THE TRAILS.

AFTER A GREAT DAY OF RIDING, STAY AT THE CREEK – WHITETAIL CREEK RESORT.

If you like seeing water when you ride, watch for the Redbank Springs Reservoir and the Rudenvrale Spring. Beaver creek is a special destination and Yak Lake is one of those small mountain lake that just makes a visit more enjoyable.

The Redbank Springs campground is probably the Black Hills National Forest’s most remote national forest campground.

If you are riding trails 3531/3534 you will actually be visiting Wyoming, because the trails dip into Wyoming for a short period of time. No need to worry about a Wyoming permit here though.

Trail 3530 skirts the Wyoming border as you ride it’s far western reach.

The 62″ trail in this area are protected with width restriction gates. But the wider machine have plenty of trails in the area that do not have width restrictions.

Connecting rides include Black Fox Ride, Crooks Tower Ride, Ditch Creek Ride, Four Corners Ride, and the Summit Ridge Ride. (See details below)

A good place to park is at the Antelope Springs Trailhead. Access the trailhead by driving Forest Service Road 301 ( Six Mile Road). (See details below)

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

*Drive at your own risk

Places to Visit:

BEAR SPRINGS

BEAVER CREEK

MILLER SPRINGS

REDBANK SPRINGS RESERVOIR

SOUTH FORK CASTLE CREEK

BEAVER CREEK CAMPGROUND

REDBANK SPRINGS CAMPGROUND

RUDENVALE SPRING

YAK LAKE

Other Places to Visit:

DEADWOOD OUTDOOR RENTALS

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DEADWOOD OUTDOOR RENTALS


MT MEADOWS STORE & CAMPGROUND CAMPING


MT MEADOWS STORE & CAMPGROUND CAMPING

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

Sturgis OffRoad Rally

Sturgis OffRoad Rally

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

WHITETAIL CREEK RESORT

WHITETAIL CREEK RESORT

TRAILSHEAD LODGE

Trailshead Lodge

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Trailhead:

ANTELOPE SPRINGS TRAILHEAD

Connecting Favorite Drives:

BLACK FOX DRIVE

BLACK FOX DRIVE

Crooks Tower Drive

CROOKS TOWER DRIVE

DITCH CREEK DRIVE

DITCH CREEK DRIVE

FOUR CORNERS DRIVE

FOUR CORNERS DRIVE

SUMMIT RIDGE DRIVE

SUMMIT RIDGE DRIVE

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Trailhead Parking: 43.9714,-104.0076


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