DITCH CREEK 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.

The Ditch Creek trails combined with other attached trail systems in an expansive set of ATV/UTV trails. Here is history, scenery, and diverse trails.

Trail 6006 because of the elevation changes provides a good amount of challenge. Trail 6019 is a 62″ trail that skirts the rim of the canyon.

The Ditch Creek trails combined with other attached trail systems in an expansive set of ATV/UTV trails. Here is history, scenery, and diverse trails. These trails are situated close to a major Black Hills Lake and stream with three national forest campgrounds.

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

The Dearfield lake and Ditch and South Fork Castle Creek are beautiful and the valley has incredible scenery.

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

Copper Mountain, Green Mountain, Hat Mountain, and Odakota Mountain are some of the defined peaks in this area.

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

The Silica Sand Mines are a favorite destination for many riders.

This area is one more of the Custer Camps from 1874 on July 28.

The South Fork Castle Creek bridge was a 2016 project by the Off-Road Riders Association, their volunteers, and the Recreational Trails Program.

Connecting rides include; Antelope Springs Ride, Bear Mountain Ride, Four Corners Ride, Summit Ridge Ride and Tigerville Ride.

Plenty of parking is available at the Ditch Creek Trailhead.

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Places to Visit:
COPPER MOUNTAIN

DEERFIELD LAKE

DITCH CREEK

GREEN MOUNTAIN

HAT MOUNTAIN

JULY 28 CUSTER CAMP

ODAKOTA MOUNTAIN

SILICA SAND MINES

SOUTH FORK CASTLE CREEK

SOUTH FORK CASTLE CREEK BRIDGE WATER CROSSING

LAKE SHORE NATIONAL FOREST PICNIC AREA

MOUNTAIN CITY NATIONAL FOREST PICNIC AREA (Deerfield)

DITCH CREEK CAMPGROUND

WHTETAIL PEAK CAMPGROUND


*Drive at your own risk

Other Places to Visit:
MT MEADOWS STORE & CAMPGROUND STORE/CAFE


MT MEADOWS STORE & CAMPGROUND STORE/CAFE

STURGIS OFF ROAD RALLY

STURGIS OFF ROAD RALLY

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY RESORT

WHITETAIL CREEK RESORT

WHITETAIL CREEK RESORT

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Trailhead:

DITCH CREEK TRAILHEAD

Connecting Favorite Drives:

ANTELOPE SPRINGS DRIVE

ANTELOPE SPRINGS DRIVE

BEAR MOUNTAIN DRIVE

BEAR MOUNTAIN DRIVE

FOUR CORNERS DRIVE

FOUR CORNERS DRIVE

SUMMIT RIDGE DRIVE

SUMMIT RIDGE DRIVE

TIGERVILLE DRIVE

TIGERVILLE DRIVE

Extended Drive:


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Trailhead Map Parking: 43.9607,-103.8407


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