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Hey folks,
Last year my family spent a few days in the Black Hills of SD while traveling to CO to ride for a week. This summer we are planning to go back to the Black Hills to ride for a week. We need trail and lodging recommendations as well as SXS rental recommendations for some friends that will be going with us that don't have their own SXS. Any advice would be appreciated!
 

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We rented a vbro last year fully stocked except for food. 100 a night. Download the app and pay the 20 bucks for all the trails and just k isten to ur navigator. From what we saw rentals are expensive in my opinion. Trails are amazing and utvs are just like cars out there drive everywhere.
 

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We rented a vbro last year fully stocked except for food. 100 a night. Download the app and pay the 20 bucks for all the trails and just k isten to ur navigator. From what we saw rentals are expensive in my opinion. Trails are amazing and utvs are just like cars out there drive everywhere.
When you say pay $20 and download the maps, what mapping system or website are you referring to? We typically navigate with my phone on the dash. And I agree, the SXS rental prices are outrageous!
 

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Hey folks,
Last year my family spent a few days in the Black Hills of SD while traveling to CO to ride for a week. This summer we are planning to go back to the Black Hills to ride for a week. We need trail and lodging recommendations as well as SXS rental recommendations for some friends that will be going with us that don't have their own SXS. Any advice would be appreciated!
Mystic Hills Hideaway campground is a popular place to stay just a few miles from Deadwood. If you don't have a camper, they have a few cabins to rent. They are a popular place though and fill up fast, so book early. They also rent SXS's and you can ride right out of camp (you can ride out of the campground at most of the campgrounds in that area.) There are several campgrounds, just look it up online.

Not to far from there is the Camp 5 trail system. Trails are moderate to difficult. Another nice ride further south of there is from Pilot Knob trailhead to Nemo, trail is mostly easy to moderate. Plan to get to Nemo at lunchtime as they have a rustic restaurant that's pretty good you can ride right up to. There is lots of great rides in the Black Hills. I recommend Avenza Maps. You can download maps from the forest service (black and white) or from Avenza (colored). Go online and go to FAVORITE 82″ DRIVES for some ride ideas.
 
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