About 15 miles of trails have been mapped out at the Centennial Section, a 640-acre plot of mostly undeveloped land north of Gillette owned by Campbell County.

The trails have been mowed and cleared of cactus, and the county Road and Bridge Department is installing a cattle guard at the entrance. It still has to be fenced in, but once complete, people will be able to walk right in instead of climbing over a barbed wire fence.

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ccollier2013

I’m excited about this addition to our recreational opportunities! Is it possible to pull a child’s bike trailer behind a bike on these trails?

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