Distance: 23.2m round trip | Climb: 1715ft | Surface: dirt, gravel
This historic trail is a walk back in history to the mining boom of the 1880s. The trail follows the Rockerville Flume route which brought water from Spring Creek to an area near Rockerville for gold miners. Along the way you’ll be able to view historic artifacts and parts of the flume itself. See the tip below.
- From Rapid City, take Sheridan Lake Rd to Hwy 385, turn left and continue to Sheridan Lake Campground.
- Follow signs to Flume Trailhead near the southeast shore of Sheridan Lake. The trail ends near Rockerville at the Coon Hollow Trailhead on County Road 233.