Centennial Trail #89

Mountain biking is allowed on most of the Centennial Trail #89, however, mountain biking is not allowed in the eastern portion of Bear Butte State Park, the Black Elk Wilderness or in Wind Cave National Park.

Five trailheads provide access to the Centennial Trail in the northern Black Hills.The five trailheads are the Alkali Creek Trailhead, Elk Creek Trailhead, Dalton Lake Trailhead, South Boxelder Trailhead, and the Pilot Knob Trailhead. The north portion of the Centennial Trail is approximately 37 miles long.

Nine trailheads provide access to the Centennial Trail in the central Black Hills. The nine trailheads are the Deer Creek Trailhead, Rapid Creek Trailhead, Tamarack Gulch Trailhead, Brush Creek Trailhead, Dakota Point Trailhead, Spring Creek Trailhead, Flume Trailhead, Samelius Trailhead and the Big Pine Trailhead. This portion of the Centennial Trail is approximately 29 miles long. Seven trailheads provide access to the Centennial Trail in the southern Black Hills. The seven trailheads are the Willow Creek Trailhead, Lakota Lake Trailhead, Iron Creek Trailhead, Badger Hole Trailhead, French Creek Trailhead, Highland Creek Trailhead and the Norbeck Trailhead. This portion of the Centennial Trail is approximately 38 miles long, and is open for hiking and backpacking. Horseback riding and mountain biking are allowed on some portions of the trail.

Custer State Park Trail Guide
Trail Information (USDA)

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