Black Hills National Forestwrite a review Hanna Road Lead, SD 57754 605-642-4622 605-673-9200 Official Website
GPS: 44.2659, -103.8476
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Lifeuntangled would stay here again
“Great spot to explore the Black Hills”
Reviewed Aug 15, 2018
Nice big open meadow right off a paved road with beautiful views of the Black Hills and a clear running creek outside our door. Close to a national forest campground that has a dumpster and vault toilets, the host said it was cool to use them. Quiet road, mostly paved, it turns to a good gravel road for about 2 miles then becomes paved again. (Be sure to approach from North Rochford Rd! and not from Cheyenne Crossing if you have a big rig.There are a number of small bridges that must be crossed from Cheyenne Crossing that are only rated for 4 tons and they are small.) You will pass the meadow area on your right about 1/2 mile before Hanna Campground but the turn in is a bit steep and tight. We went down to the campground and turned around easily with a 34 ft motor home to make the turn in easier. Its a little bumpy once you come off the road into the meadow but just go slow and it's fine. Room for atleast 5 rigs. Cheyenne Crossing is a nice little store and cafe and has the essentials about 2 miles past Hanna Campground. Verizon reported 4g 1 bar but was spotty. AT&T was great with 14 down and 1.5 up. Even had a herd of elk pass through the meadow at dinner time one evening.
No campfires or charcoal grilles outside of managed campgrounds in this area of the Black Hills. Burgers and onion rings at Lewies' in Lead are amazing! 10 minutes away.
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