Centennial Trailheads (Trail #89) - Southern Hills

  

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.

Activities


Bicycling

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Hiking

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Horse Riding

Recreation areas with activity Horse Riding:

Horse riding is allowed on most of the Centennial Trail, however, horse riding is not allowed on the Centennial Trail within Wind Cave National Park.


 

Areas & Activities


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