Below we have more overnight stabling, and camping sites.
Eastern Slope Ranch
Kanyid Mini Ranch
Deschutes National Forest
Chief Paulina Horse Camp - 14 horse sites, vault toilets- Bend/Ft. Rock District, (541) 383-4000 Directions- Take Highway 97 south out of Bend for 22 miles; follow signs to Paulina Lake Recreation area- Elevation 6,400'
Cultus Corral-11 trailer/tent sites, vault toilets, horse stalls, potable water . Bend/Ft. Rock District, (541) 383-4000 DirectionsFrom Bend take the Cultus Lake access Road #4635 off of FS Road 46 (Cascade Lakes Highway). Turn right onto Road #4630, which is the first road on your right. The campground is on your right at the end of the road. Elevation 4,450’
Quinn Meadows Horse Camp- 24 trailer/tent sites, vault toilet, hand pumped potable water, and horse corrals at all sites. Manure dump is on your right as you enter the gate. Bring your own bags and come prepared to haul your manure 1/8-mile to the dump site. Bend/Ft. Rock Ranger District, (541) 383-4000 Directions From Bend travel 31.2 miles west and south on Cascade Lakes Highway 46, past Inn of the Seventh Mountain and Mt. Bachelor Ski Area, between Devils Lake and Elk Lake. Elevation 5,100'
Todd Horse Camp- Facilities - 9 trailer/tent sites, 36 box stalls (4 per site), and vault toilet. Information
Bullards Beach State Park- Facilities - 8 sites with corrals (4 single and 4 double corrals) picnic tables, fire ring, potable water, showers, flush toilets. - Activities -7-mile equestrian trail, 4.5 miles of beach access Operated By Oregon State Parks - Reservations- 1- (800) 452-5687 Fees $16 May through September, $12 October through April - Directions US 101, 2 miles north of Bandon Elevation 23’
Deschutes National Forest
Whitefish Horse Camp- Facilities - 17 trailer/tent sites, vault toilet, potable water, manure removal required, bags are provided Steel corrals are going to be installed- Information - Crescent Ranger District, (541) 433-3200 Directions - From Crescent travel 12.2 miles west on Road 61, then 3.5 miles north on Highway 58, then 6.7 miles west on Road 60. Elevation 4,850
Dry Lake Trailhead - Facilities - Horse corrals, fire rings, tables, and vault toilets.- Information
Horse Creek Trailhead - Facilities - Horse corrals, fire rings, tables, vault toilets. - Information
Wild Mare Horse Camp - Facilities - 12 sites with single/double corrals, picnic tables, fire rings, potable water, vault toilets, trail to beach & dunes.- Activities -Operated By Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area Reservations www.ReserveUSA.com, (877) 444-6777 Fees Yes- Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, (541) 271-3611 Directions From Reedsport drive 21 miles south on Highway 101. Turn right onto the Horsefall Beach Access Road, and travel 4 miles. Turn left into the Wild Mare Campground. From North Bend: drive 2 miles north on Highway 101. Turn left onto the Horsefall Beach Access Road, and travel 4 miles. Turn left into the Wild Mare Campground. Elevation Sea Level
Umatilla Country Fairgrounds
Phone: (541) 567-6121 or 800-700-FAIR (3247)
Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area -
Herman Creek Horse Camp- 7 sites, fire rings, 2 vault toilets, potable water, hitching rails and horse stalls. Campground Host is on-site most of the season. From Portland take I-84 eastbound to the Cascade Locks exit. Follow the main road east through town. Cross under the freeway and go straight at stop sign. The road bends to the left. Follow road about 2 miles. Camp is on your right, just after Herman Creek Work Center. From Hood River take I-84 westbound to Exit 47, Forest Road and Herman Creek exit. Turn left at bottom of ramp, go under freeway, and take first right, follow road about ¼-mile. Camp is on your left, just before Herman Creek Work Center. Elevation 500’
Billy Fields Forest Camp- -Facilities- 6-horse tie-stall with manger, water for horses is available in the adjacent Billy Fields Creek - Information -Blue Mtn. Ranger District, (541) 575-3000 -Directions -From John Day travel west on Highway 26 to FS Road 21. Go south on FS Road 21 to Billy Fields Forest Camp. - Special Considerations Please do not pasture horses within the riparian area. Please use certified weed-free hay and take what you do not use home.
Buckhorn Meadows Trailhead- Facilities - Undeveloped camping at trailhead, 6 horse tie-stall with manger and hitch rail, stock water available at trailhead, small parking area, no potable water or toilet facilities.- Information - Blue Mtn. Ranger District, (541) 575-3000 - Directions From John Day drive south on US Highway 395 to the junction of County Road 65. Drive southeast on County Road 65 to FS Road 1520. Drive FS Road 1520 northeast to the trailhead at the end of the road. Elevation 6,000’ Special Considerations Please park in a manner that will allow others to turn around in the limited space that is available. Do not pasture your horses or drive on the meadow. Tent camping on the meadow is allowed. Please use certified weed-free hay and take what you do not use home.
East Davis Creek Trailhead- Facilities - Flat dispersed campsite near trailhead, 6-horse tie-stall, and stock water located in nearby Placer Gulch. No toilet facilities - Information - Blue Mtn. Ranger District, (541) 573-3000 - Directions - From John Day drive east on US Highway 26 for approximately 15 miles toward Austin Junction. Turn west on FS Road 2614. Travel FS Road 2614 for 1 ½ miles to FS Road 2614-229 and follow it to the trailhead. - Elevation 3,980’ - Special Considerations - Please tie horses to a picket line or your trailer rather than trees. Please use certified weed-free hay and take what you do not use home.
East Fork Canyon Creek Trailhead - Facilities - Undeveloped camping at trailhead, 6-horse tie-stall with manger, unloading ramp, hitch rail, water for horses available ¼-mile down the trail at East Fork Canyon Creek, no toilet facility or drinking water. - Information - Blue Mtn. Ranger District, (541) 575-3000 - Directions - From John Day drive south on Highway 395 to County Road 65. Drive County Road approximately 4 miles to the junction with FS Road 6510. Follow FS Road 6510 to FS Road 812. Drive east on FS Road 812 to the trailhead at the end of the road. - Elevation 4,500' - Special Considerations - Please use certified weed-free hay and take what you do not use home
Head O' Boulder Camp- Facilities - Few campsites available, no horse facilities available, toilet facilities, potable water, stock water available in the nearby spring.- Information Blue Mtn. Ranger District, (541) 575-3000 - Directions From John Day drive east on US Highway 26 for approximately 15 miles to Austin Junction. Drive north on US Highway 7 for one mile to County Road 20. Drive west on County Road 20 for approximately 14 miles to FS Road 45. Drive north on FS Road 45 for approximately 8 miles to FS Road 4500-537. Drive east on FS Road 4500-537 toward Indian Rock Lookout. This road will bisect Head O'Boulder Forest Camp. This is also a trailhead to the Vinegar Hill Scenic Area - Special Considerations - Please do not tie horses within the camping area or to trees. Please use certified weed-free hay and take what you do not use home.
Joaquin Miller Horse Camp - Facilities 15 sites, 4 corrals, 6 toilets, 2 hitch rails, and well with hand pump Information - Emigrant Ranger District, (541) 573-4300 - Directions - From Burns travel 20 miles north on Highway 395. The entrance will be on the left hand side off the highway. - Elevation 5,600' Special Considerations - Map and compass are recommended
Collier Memorial State Park- Facilities - Horse camp is one large area in the southwest corner of the park at the equestrian trailhead. Area can accommodate 10 horse trailers. There are four 12x12 corrals. Hitching rails are nearby. Ground surface is pumice, not gravel. Water spigot and picnic tables are nearby. Closest flush toilets are 200’ away in the day use area. No fires are allowed without park permission. Upon request, park can supply crude camp stove. - Activities - 10-mile equestrian/hiking trail to Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Site; nearby equestrian trails in the Winema National Forest. Operated By Oregon State Parks Reservations No. All camping areas in park are first-come-first-served Fees $7. Park open seasonally Information - 1 (800) 551-6949 Directions US 97, 30 miles north of Klamath Falls, 25 miles southeast of the south entrance to Crater Lake National Park. Elevation 4,200’
Fremont-Winema National Forest
Antler Trailhead Campsite- Facilities- 5 sites with tables and fire grills, outhouse, potable water, horse corrals, and hitching rail - Information - Silver Lake Ranger District, (541) 576-2107- Directions From Silver Lake Ranger District travel ¼-mile west on Highway 31 and turn left on County Road 4-11. This road turns into FS Road 27. Take FS Road 27 for 9 miles, and then turn right on FS Road 2804. Go 2.5 miles to FS Road 7645, turn left and travel 5 miles to FS Road 036. Turn left and go approximately 2.3 miles to FS Road 038. Turn right and drive another 0.6-mile to the trailhead. Elevation 6,400' Special Considerations Call for current information. Large fires on the Silver Lake Ranger District in 2002 altered access to the National Recreation Trail.
Corral Creek- Facilities 6 tent and trailer sites, picnic tables and fire grills, no potable water, outhouse, box-style horse stalls. Information Bly Ranger District, (541) 353-2427 Directions - From Bly Ranger District travel 13 miles east on Highway 140. Turn left on FS Road 3660. Take FS Road 3660 for 13 miles, and turn right on FS Road 34. Travel approximately 1/8-mile and turn left on FS Road 012. Or, travel 1 1/2 miles east on Highway 140, turn left on County Road 1259. Take County Road 1259 for ½-mile, turn right on FS Road 34. Travel for 15 miles, turn left onto FS Road 012. You should see the campground entrance sign. From Lakeview travel 25 miles west on Highway 140, turn right on FS Road 3660. Travel FS Road 3660 for 13 miles; turn right on FS Road 34. Travel on FS Road 34 a very short distance, turn left on FS Road 012. Elevation 6,000'
Cottonwood Recreation Area - Facilities - Rustic campsite (no outhouses), horse corrals, feeders, water trough. Water is available onsite. Information - Lakeview Ranger District, (541) 947-3334 Directions From Lakeview Ranger District travel two miles south on Highway 395, and turn right on Highway 140. Take Highway 140 west for 24 miles, turn right onto FS Road 3870. Stay on FS Road 3870 for eight miles to the trailhead sign on the left. Elevation 5,250'
Farm Well Trailhead- Facilities - 5 sites, some with picnic tables, grills, toilet, horse corrals, and stock pond. To check availability of potable water call (541) 576-2107. Information - Silver Lake Ranger District, (541) 576-2107- Directions- From Silver Lake Ranger Station travel east on Highway 31 for 1/8-mile. Turn right on County Road 4-12. Continue south for 6 miles to the forest boundary, continue ¼-mile to the junction of Road 2916 and 28. Turn left on Road 2916 and go 6 miles to Farm Well Trailhead on your left. - Elevation 5,100’ -Special Considerations Call for current information. Large fires on the Silver Lake Ranger District in 2002 altered access to the National Recreation Trail.
Silver Creek Marsh Campground- Facilities-17 tent and trailer sites, picnic tables and fire grates, potable water, horse corrals, 5 hitching rails- Information - Silver Lake Ranger District, (541) 576-2107 - Directions From Silver Lake Ranger District travel ¼-mile west on Highway 31. Turn left on County Road 4-11. Take FS Road 27 for 10 miles until you see the campground/trailhead entrance sign. Elevation 4,800' Special Considerations Call for current information. Large fires on the Silver Lake Ranger District in 2002 altered access to the National Recreation Trail
795 NW 9th St. (1-84 & Hwy 20/26) http://www.malheurcountyfair.com/
Triple Crown Farms
Stagecoach Horse Camp- Facilities - 11 campsites with corrals. Each site offers a picnic table and fire grate. There is a covered picnic area and vault toilets. Stock water is available, but there is no potable water. Facilities are open year-round. - Activities - Access to the historic Wilson River Wagon Road trail Operated By Tillamook State Forest Reservations No Fees Yes- Information
Cape Blanco State Park - Facilities - 8 sites with corrals (5 single corrals and 3 double corrals) picnic tables, fire ring, potable water, showers, flush toilets. - Activities - 7-mile equestrian trail, 150-acre open riding area Operated By Oregon State Parks Reservations - 1(800) 452-5687 Fees $14 may through September, $10 October through April. Information - phone- 1-800-551 6949 - Directions -Off US 101, 9 miles north of Port Orford Elevation 200’
Howard Creek Horse Camp – Silver Falls State Park - Facilities - 4 sites with double corrals, maximum 4 horses per site (2 per stall); 1 group site with 3 double corrals, maximum 12 horses (2 per stall). Picnic tables, fire rings, potable water, vault toilets. Access to showers and flush toilet. - Activities 14 miles of equestrian trails Operated By Oregon State Parks Reservations - 1(800) 452-5687 Fees $16 May – September, $12 October – April. Horse camp may be closed during winter months. Directions OR 214, 26 miles east of Salem Elevation 1.200’
Willamette Mission State Park - Facilities - 4 sites each with 1 corral, 4-horse maximum allowed per site/corral. Potable water, fire rings, picnic tables, vault toilets at site; flush toilet nearby; no showers. Activities 5 miles of equestrian trails - Operated By Oregon State Parks Reservations 1(800) 452-5687 Fees $14 May – September, $10 April – October. Horse camp open seasonally. - Directions Off I-5, 8 miles north of Salem Elevation 250-400’ Special Considerations Campground is subject to flooding in early spring and winter and may be Closed due to high water. Call 503-393-1172 for an updated recorded message.
Strobel Stables & Arena, Rosanne Strobel
Sisters Cow Camp Horse Camp- Sisters Ranger District, (541) 549-7700 - 5 trailer/tent sites, vault toilets, corrals and stock water- Sisters Ranger District, (541) 549-7700 Directions - From Sisters travel 1.7 miles west on Highway 242. Turn left on FS Road 15 and go approximately 2 miles. Camp is on the left. Elevation 3,400'
Graham Corral Horse Camp- Sisters Ranger District, (541) 549-7700- 13 trailer/tent sites, vault toilet, corrals, potable water Directions- From Sisters travel 4.2 miles west on Highway 242, 2.0 miles north on FS Road 1012 and then 0.8-mile northwest on FS Road 1012-300. Elevation 3,400'
Sheep Springs Horse Camp- 10 trailer/tent sites, 40 box stalls (4 per site), vault toilets, potable water (hand pump), and water trough for livestock. Sisters Ranger District, (541) 549-7700 Direction- From Sisters, travel 12.4 miles NW on Hwy 20. At FS Road 12, travel 7.0 miles north to FS Road 1260. Travel 1.1 miles west on FS Road 1260. Follow Road 1260-200 north for 1 mile. Elevation 3,200'
Swamp Wells Horse Camp- Sisters Ranger District, (541) 549-7700 Directions From Sisters travel 15.4 miles south on Road 16. Elevation 6,350' Special Considerations
Three Creek Meadow Horse Camp - Information- Sisters Ranger District, (541) 549-7700- Special Considerations -The camp is located on the edge of a large meadow. This is a very sensitive area and users of the camp are urged to help protect this area by keeping vehicle and livestock out of the meadow. No camping in the meadow.9 trailer/tent sites, 36 box stalls (4 per site), no potable water, and water trough for livestock. Directions-From Sisters travel 15.4 miles south on Road 16. - Elevation- 6,350'-
Black Butte Stables, Sandra Herman owner
O'Neal Farms, Inc., Karen and Tim O'Neal
Long Hollow Guest Ranch
Pacific Equestrian Center is a full service boarding facility located in the heart of the Willamette Valley. We are a short jaunt from the University of Oregon, about 10 minutes from I-5 and close to many other local riding venues and trails.Box stalls indoor arena 100x200 web site http://www.pacificequestrian.net/
Grande Ronde Cowcamp
OTHER GREAT OREGON HORSE CAMPNG LINKS
Oregon Equestrain is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose members are dedicated to designing, building, promoting, preserving, and maintaining horse camps and trails in Oregon. http://www.oregonequestriantrails.org/
Oregon Horse Camping - Find horse camping information for National Forests, Oregon State Parks, Bureau of Land Management, Tillamook State Forest, and Jackson County Parks http://www.all-oregon.com/horse_camping.htm
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