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Cook Lake is a small lake located in the Black Hills National Forest. Beaver Creek flows into and out of the lake. There is a 1.5 mile loop around the lake for hiking or biking. Oprey and bald eagles frequent the area and may be seen during the hike. A second hiking trail to Warren Peak Lookout Tower makes a scenic day trip. OHV/ORVs may be used on designated Forest Service roads.
Getting there: From Sundance, go east on Interstate 90 or U.S. Highway 14 for 15 miles to the intersection with Wyoming Hwy 111. Turn left (north) and go 4.5 miles to the Cook Lake sign. Turn left (west) onto
County Road 843 and go approximately 10 miles. Note: at about the 5 mile point you will enter the USDA Forest Service boundary and the road is now termed FS Road 843. At the 3 way intersection, follow the signs, turn right and go about 1 mile to the lake.