Trail Maps

The Pierre / Fort Pierre area offers a variety of trails, including:

  • All-terrain vehicle riding
  • Biking
  • Canoeing and kayaking
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Disc golfing
  • Hiking
  • Nature watching
  • Snowshoeing
  • Walking archery

Come and explore the natural and cultural history of the area.



  • Allow faster trail users to pass safely
  • All users are asked to keep areas clean by picking up litter
  • Always pass on the left and give an audible warning when passing others
  • Always wear protective gear appropriate for your activity
  • Do not disturb wildlife
  • Do not trespass on private property
  • Except for authorized vehicles, motorized vehicles are not allowed on trails except at the OHV area
  • Horses are not allowed on the trails
  • If cross-country ski trails are present, people on foot should walk to the side of the ski tracks in order to keep trail groomed for skiers
  • If you stop, move to the edge of the trail so that others may pass
  • Intersections can be dangerous. Don't assume that others see you
  • Local laws require owners to keep dogs on a leash and to pick up after them
  • Obey all traffic laws, signs, and signals
  • Protect bald eagles by not using trails that are closed during the winter and/or nesting times
  • Stay on designated trails, and be aware that archery hunting is allowed in some areas in the fall and early winter
  • Stay to the right of the trail and be aware of other trail users

If you witness a trail violation or have a concern, report it to the Police Department at 605-773-7410.