REDFERN 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.

If you like history, the Redfern area is full of this. You may have to get off the ATV to see some of it – but a short walk will take you to some good sightseeing areas. Ride through an old mining district. Enjoy seeing remnants of that industry.

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

Trails in this area are some of the most popular in the Black Hills. They are close to Hill City and in the middle of everywhere else.

It is the overlooks that make this ride special. Watch for the overlook on Trail 606.

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

Hiking trails in the area are the Kinney Canyon Trail #40, and the trail that takes you to the Miners Hotel. To see the Seth Bullock Tower up close you will need to hike up Scruton Mountain.

Slate Prairie Ghost Town is a site with little evidence of a town. Fish and Hunter Ghost Town is another site more than a town. Silver City Ghost Town is still active.

An old Civilian Public Service Camp number 57 is located north of Deerfield Lake.

Slate Creek offers a favorite water crossing. Other water features in the area include; Slate Creek Dam, Nugget Gulch Waterfall, and Slate Creek Dam Waterfall.

There are numerous old buildings in the area including; the Bullock Cabin, the remnants of the Flannigan Cabin, the restored Gorman Cabin, the historic Silver City School House, what left of the Governor’s Cabin, the Slate Creek Cabins, remnants of the McKelvie Cabin and the Queen Bee Cabin.

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

This is an area for good trail-like forest service roads and 62″ width trails.

Connecting rides include; Palmer Gulch Ride, Rochford/Mystic Ride and Tigerville Ride.

Parking for this ride is found at the old Redfern Trailhead.

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Places to Visit:

BULLOCK CABIN


CIVILIAN PUBLIC SERVICE CAMP 57

FISH AND HUNTER SIDING GHOST TOWN

FLANNIGAN CABIN

GORMAN CABIN

HISTORIC SCHOOL HOUSE

KINNEY CANYON TRAIL HEAD DEERFIELD TRAIL #40

NUGGET GULCH WATERFALL

QUEEN BEE/SLATE CREEK CABIN

SLATE CREEK DAM

SLATE CREEK GOVERNOR’S CABIN

SLATE CREEK CABIN 2

SLATE CREEK TRAIL CABIN 3

SLATE CREEK WATER CROSSING

MCKELVIE CABIN

MINER’S HOTEL

MINER’S HOTEL HOLE IN THE WALL HIKE

QUEEN BEE GHOST TOWN

RAPID CREEK AT SILVER CITY

SLATE CREEK DAM WATERFALL

SILVER CITY GHOST TOWN

SILVER CITY TRAILHEAD TRAIL 40

SCRUTON MOUNTAIN/SETH BULLOCK LOOKOUT

SETH BULLOCK TOWER

SLATE PRAIRIE GHOST TOWN

TRAIL 606 OVERLOOK

TRAIL 6800 OVERLOOK

JENNY GULCH NATIONAL FOREST PICNIC AREA

CUSTER TRAILS NATIONAL FOREST CAMPGROUND


*Drive at your own risk

Other Places to Visit:

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT


STURGIS OFF ROAD RALLY

STURGIS OFF ROAD RALLY

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

WHITETAIL CREEK RESORT

WHITETAIL CREEK RESORT

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Trailhead:

REDFERN TRAILHEAD

Connecting Favorite Drives:

PALMER GULCH DRIVE

PALMER GULCH DRIVE

ROCHFORD/MYSTIC DRIVE

TIGERVILLE DRIVE

TIGERVILLE DRIVE

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Trailhead Parking Map: 44.0232,-103.6538


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