White Rock Campground: This small forest camp is located in a stand of ponderosa pine and white fir at the edge of Mill Creek Wilderness. It is a great place to camp, hike & horseback into the wilderness. It is a good place for Rockhounders to find geods and agate in the area. An old …
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Category Archive: Horse Camps around central Oregon
Deschutes & Ochoco National Forests & Crooked River National Grasslands’ websites have a lot of useful information; however, there is no way for the users to post or given public feedback; that is why I created these pages.
Before heading out to any of these or other horse camps please double check and verify the original information at http://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/centraloregon/recreation/horseriding-camping
Please Note: The map locations are approximate, based on the given longitude and latitude and GooleMap’s ability to display them correctly.
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*DUE TO FIRE ACTIVITY: This campground has CLOSED for the remainder of the season (2012).*
A great way to explore the Metolius River Basin area is by horseback and Sheep Springs horse camp is where to stay. This horse camp provides access to the Metolius-Windigo and Bear Valley trails.
Located five miles northwest of Camp …
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Graham Corral is located six miles northwest of Sisters off Highway 20. It provides thirteen sites with pressurized water system and a vault toilet. One large common corral divided into 4 sections is available for boarding horses. Livestock water is available as well as access to the Windigo Trail in old growth Ponderosa Pines. Sites …
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Whispering Pines has nine sites and offers great riding opportunities and trail access to the Three Sisters Wilderness Area.. There is creek water for livestock, but no potable water. All sites are first-come, first served. The campground is rustic, so bring your own drinking water. Each site in this campground has a four horse stall.
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This camping area consists of the Three Creek Meadow Campground and Three Creek Meadow Horsecamp. These campgrounds offer opportunities for horseback riding, hiking, and fishing. During the winter there are opportunities for cross country skiing and snowmobiling.
9 “Horse Only” sites
Horse campgrounds have been designed to accommodate people who need to corral their horses. …
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Maintained and operated in cooperation with the Central Oregon Chapter of Oregon Equestrian Trails, this five site campground offers early season access to the Metolius Windigo Trail. One large, shared corral.
Please note: Horse campgrounds have been designed to accommodate people who need to corral their horses. We have a limited number of these kinds …
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This campground is located near Paulina Lake in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. This is the only horse campground in this lava flow area and provides the horse enthusiast a great way to sight-see throughout the entire monument area. There are a couple of resorts nearby for camping supplies and restaurants.
The spurs are large …
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This horse camp has 9 metal stock corrals and the sites are large enough to accommodate moderately-sized RVs.
Water Availability Stock water only.
Restroom: Vault Toilet (2)
Operated By: Forest Service
Reservation Info: Not reservable
No. of Sites 11 single site(s)
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Nestled amongst a forest of ponderosa pines and just across a dirt road from Dry Creek this hidden forest get-away is perfect for horse enthusiasts of any kind. The Giddy-Up Go Trailhead is also located just across the road, so access to horse friendly trails does not get much better!
There is no human drinking …
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The large developed horse camp is located in a ponderosa pine and open meadow setting. Allen Creek runs along on edge of the campground and is fair for fishing during the early season.
This camp receives rather light use at the present time and is available on a first come first serve basis.
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This campground is located near Todd Creek and is primarily for equestrians. Sites are saved for equestrian users until 7:00 p.m. Sites open to the general public after 7:00 p.m. There is a day use area adjacent to campground.
- Open Season: June – October. Snow dependent.
- Water: No
- Restroom: Vault Toilet …
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Quinn Meadow is one of the most popular horse campgrounds that Hoodoo Recreation Service manages in the Deschutes Forest. The sites are large and there is a vast area to ride on the southwest side of Mt. Bachelor and surrounding areas. This site is located between Devils Lake and Elk Lake and …
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This Horse Camp is located next to Whitefish Creek at the west end of Crescent Lake. It is adjacent to the Diamond Peak Wilderness and Oregon Cascades Recreation Area and offers horseback riding and hiking opportunities.
Whitefish Horse Campground has nice large sites with double or quadruple metal corrals. The sites in the campground should …
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Located at Swamp Wells, the horse camp offers access to three northbound trails and one southbound trail.
Fees: No Fee Restrictions: Maximum site spur length is 30 feet. Water: No Restroom: Vault Toilet
For more information call Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District Office at 541-383-4000
Directions: 4 miles south of Bend, take China Hat Road (18) …
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Cyrus Horse Camp – Located in the Crooked River National Grassland of central Oregon. Built in 1992 , this high desert horse camp was constructed with the help of volunteers amidst the remnants of an old homestead and orchard just a short distance from Haystack Reservoir. Horse camping opportunities include five standard campsites, four corrals, …
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