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American Flag RiderPlanet USA is a comprehensive list of the best and most popular ATV trails, dirt bike trails, scenic OHV and UTV routes and motocross tracks in the United States. We are dedicated to helping you find great places to ride your ATV or dirt bike where people will welcome you and your vehicle.

The information presented includes ATV parks, motocross tracks, national recreation areas and dunes, national forests, BLM lands, state vehicle recreation areas, and any other legal places we've found to ride off-road. Our goal is to make all of your riding choices available in one place, and we are continuously adding new riding areas and updating existing trails so be sure to bookmark this website.

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Black Hills National Forest

Featured Trail Near Sturgis, SD!

With many campgrounds, miles of ATV and motorcycle trails and numerous scenic views, the Black Hills National Forest is one of the premier offroad destinations in the country. Trails wind through deep woods to open meadows with moderate to steep elevation changes. This place is huge, so plan to stay at least several days to get the most of the area.

Camping choices are plentiful and choices ranges from primitive sites to full service campgrounds with direct trail access. Popular picks for primitive camping include Roubaix Lake, Dalton Lake and Boxelder Forks. Some choices for RV campgrounds include Trailside Park Resort, Nemo Guest Ranch and Mystic Hills Campground.

A permit is required for each rider which can be purchased online or by visting the Black Hills National Forest Ranger Station.

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Trail PhotoFrom: Sturgis, SD
1) Mystic Hills Campground (North-Western Access) Take 14A west 12.1 miles
2) Turn left (east) on US-85, continue 2 miles
3) Turn left (south) on US-385, continue 9.4 miles
4) Turn right (west) on Custer Peak Road, continue about 1 mile toward campground.

From Sturgis, SD
Dalton Lake Campground (North-Eastern Access)
1) Take I-90 east 12 miles to exit 44
2) Turn right (west) off exit ramp onto 218th St, continue about 50 yards
3) Turn left (south) on 1st Street, continue .9 miles
4) Turn right (west) on Main Street, continue 4 miles
5) Turn right (north) on NF-226, continue 2.2 miles
6) Turn left (west) on Dalton Lake Road, continue .6 miles
7) Campground is on the right (north).

From Rapid City, SD
Nemo Guest Ranch (Center Access)
1) Take CR-234/Nemo Road north-west about 10 miles
2) Ranch is on the left (west).
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