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To our off road jeep club

Black Hills Jeeps was started by 6 friends in the fall of 2003 that all had a common love for the outdoors, the Black Hills and Jeeps. This interest was the basis for the Black Hills XJ’s. We soon found, there was a lot of interest for an all Jeep club, this is the reason we started Black Hills Jeeps and we incorporated in February of 2004. Our mission is to promote 4 wheeling as a fun family recreation. To keep the Black Hills trails and all trails we use cleaner than we found them. To offer the Black Hills Jeeps services to the NFS if asked, to help them for whatever task whenever they ask. To offer the Black Hills Jeeps services to any emergency management services, or any clubs in the Black Hills or surrounding areas when ever they call upon us for any need to teach and educate all who want to learn to 4-wheel and the fun that can be had.


With spring being just around the corner Im sure everyone is ready to shed some cabin fever and knock the rust off the ole rigs or try out the new upgrades. Many of our local trails are still closed but due to open on May 15th. With the Mild winter we had in South Dakota it looks promising that most trails should be in good shape and not need much clearing to be fully passable. With that being said, Jeep Camp 2015 is coming up quickly, June 17th is just around the corner. For those planning on attending be sure to get your RV or tent spot soon. Steel Wheel Campground has 8 RV sites and 1 tent site remaining, with 12 RV and about 15 tent sites left at Hidden Valley. This Was an Update as of 4/9/2015. We hope to see you all there, and remember bring a friend. Until then Happy Jeepin and keep the rubber side down!!!!!!!


Club News

In an ongoing effort to make our Trail system better, BlackHill Jeeps is partnering with the Forest Service to continue the lengthy project of marking our trail system. As most of you know our trails have all been named at one time or another, These names are not listed on the trail maps. Most offroaders don't know these names and often find themselves in areas they shouldn't or aren't equipped to be. In due time our goal is to mark all these trails so we can all have a much safer and more enjoyable experience. If you are interested in becoming involved with this process please contact one of our club officers. Your help is always appreciated.

What's next, if that's not the question of the day, as most of you know our trail system is closed for the season. Most all major trails are closed from December 15th until May 15th. There are a handful of trails open, most of them being fire roads, check your regs. to be sure of whats available. Many of us are now repairing, rebuilding or upgrading or rigs for the next season. You can like us on Facebook to keep up with all the short notice activities as you never know when someone may want to go play in the snow.


Happening next?

Club Meeting on May 13, 2015
 Club Meeting, Dinner is at 6:00pm with meeting at 7:00pm. Bring Ideas for trail clean up as they will be opening soon and well need to be thinking about getting ready for jeep camp.

Club Meeting on June 10, 2015
 Food at 6:00pm, with Dinner at 7:00pm. This is our last meeting before Jeep Camp. Lets get excited!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jeep Camp 2015 from June 17-21, 2015
Its that time again, Jeep Camp will be here before you know it. Jeep Camp will be held from June 17th-21st 2015. Registration and tech inspection will begin at High Noon (Not the Colorado type) on Wed the 17th followed by our night run. If you are in need of a camping space or are interested in rent... Click for more info