HAZELRODT 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.

Located just South East of Custer, South Dakota the Hazelrodt Ride is a nice set of trail-like Forest Service roads. The ride borders the West side of Custer State Park.

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

The secluded Trail 336 has some interesting hidden secrets.

The first White woman to enter the Black Hills, is honored with the Annie Tallent Monument.

A ride to the top of Cicero Peak brings you to the Cicero Peak Tower.

General George Custer’s “Permanent Camp” was located in this area. Miners with him, discovered the “first gold.”

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

Historic buildings populate the area. watch for the Glen Erin School, a historic fireplace, the Meeker Ranch, Meeker Road cabin, the old Custer Jail, Wild Rose mine cabin, Flick Cabin and Fort Defiance.

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

Water features include: Flynn Creek, French Creek, Lake of the Pines, Stockade Lake Bridge waterfall, and Stockade Lake.

There are no width restrictive trails on the Hazelrodt Ride.

Connecting rides include: Bluebird Ride and Castle Rock Ride.

Parking is located at the Hazelrodt picnic area. On the weekend you could park at the High School, or even at the Hell Canyon National Forest Office.

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Places to Visit:

ANNA TALLENT MONUMENT

CICERO PEAK

CICERO PEAK TOWER

CUSTER’S “PERMANENT CAMP”

FIRST GOLD

FLICK CABIN

FLYNN CREEK

FORT DEFIANCE

FRENCH CREEK

GLEN ERIN SCHOOL

HAZELRODT CABIN

HISTORIC MOUNTAIN FIREPLACE

LAKE OF THE PINES

MEEKER RANCH

MEEKER ROAD CABIN

OLD CUSTER JAIL

PHILLIP 821 FELDSPAR MINE

STOCKADE LAKE

STOCKADE LAKE BRIDGE

STOCKADE LAKE WATERFALL

TURK’S HEAD PILLARS

WILD ROSE LODE GOLD MINE

HAZELRODT PICNIC AREA

FRENCH CREEK CAMPGROUND


*Drive at your own risk

Other Places to Visit:
CUSTER MOUNTAIN CABINS & CAMPGROUND

CUSTER MOUNTAIN CABINS & CAMPGROUND

CUSTER OFF-ROAD RALLY


CUSTER OFF-ROAD RALLY

href=”http://officialsturgisevents.com/off-road-rally/” rel=”noopener” target=”_blank”>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:

HAZELRODT TRAILHEAD

Connecting Favorite Drives:

BLUEBIRD DRIVE

BLUEBIRD DRIVE

CASTLE ROCK DRIVE

CASTLE ROCK DRIVE

CUSTER STATE PARK DRIVE


CUSTER STATE PARK DRIVE

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Parking Map: 43.6644,-103.7905


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