Looking for great outdoor recreation near Firehouse Smokejumper Station? You won’t have to venture far! We’re proud to be located near a plethora of outdoor fun, including fishing, ATV and bike trails, and some of the best Black Hills hiking around. 

When you need a break, stop into Smokejumper Station for a cold craft beer or delicious locally-made wine.

On-Site Fishing

Located on Spring Creek between Mitchell Lake and Sheridan Lake, Firehouse Campground features one of the area’s best trout fishing holes.
A Fishing License is required. Kids under 16 do not need a license when fishing with a guardian who has a valid SD fishing license.

Fishing License

Fishing License

ATV Trails

Off-Highway Vehicle Visitors to the Black Hills National Forest will find over 3,600 miles of roads and trails designated open for motorized travel.

Off-Road Permit

Off-Road Map

Biking Trails

Hill City showcases some of the best mountain biking trails in the state. The Mickelson Trail’s gentle slopes and easy access allow people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the beauty of the Black Hills. There are more than 100 converted railroad bridges and four hard rock tunnels along the 109 mile route.

Mickelson Trail Map

Mickelson Trail Guide

Hiking Trails

Find jaw-dropping views and a little bit of history as you hike through the Black Hills. Our personal favorites are Black Elk Peak, Flume Trail and Sunday Gulch Trail.

Hiking Suggestions

Mickelson Trail Guide