CASTLE ROCK DRIVE

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The Castle Rock Ride is named after the 18th highest mountain in South Dakota and the 15210th highest mountain in the United States. Castle Rock is a 6,783 ft / 2,067 m mountain peak in the Black Hills in South Dakota.

The Forest Service roads and trails in this area are traveled more by hunters than atv riders. But, it is a great ride and located close to Custer, South Dakota.

Buffalo Rock denotes where in South Dakota the last wild bison was killed. Castle Rock is an rock peak in this area. Another prominent peak in the area is the Twin Sisters peak.

Watch for historic Beryllium mines in this area. Mines include February Mica, Helen Beryle, Highview Prospect, and May Gold mine.

An old building to view is the historic Seven Mile School building. You will also see a loading chute structure at the Helen Beryl Mine.

Places to Visit:

FEBRUARY MICA MINE

HIGHVIEW PROSPECT MINE

WESTERN STAR MINE

Other Places to Visit:

Parking:

Center map

Decimal Degrees: 43.7313,-103.7616

Trailhead:

HAWKRIGHT TRAILHEAD

Connecting Drives:

BLUEBIRD DRIVE

FOUR CORNERS DRIVE

JASPER DRIVE

JEWEL DRIVE

TIGERVILLE DRIVE

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