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Below are places to overnight your horse and also at the bottom are State Parks and Forestry park that have camping for horses.

Pacific Moon Equestrian Center, Karen Moore
23502 Wallitner Road
Arlington, WA 98223
Tel: 360-403-3035
Web Site:


Road Runner Ranch, Pat and Darlene Tuttle
536 West King Tut Road
Bellingham, WA 98226
Tel: 360-398-7424


Grass Mountain Farm, Peter and Mickey Lofgren
174 Middle Fork Road
Chehalis, WA 98532
Tel: 360-266 -9415
Web Site:


Double W, Brad Wiechelman & Marta Whalen
1231 W Broadway
Cle Elum, WA 98922
Tel: 425-501-8095 / 509-674-2476


Pinebar Ranch, Carol Johnson
1110 Yakima River Drive
Ellensburg, WA 98926
Tel: 509 964-2327


Ocean Acres B&B Horse Hotel, Carrol Bainter
3079 South, State Highway 105
Grayland, WA 98547
Tel: 877-869-4728
Web Site:


Roll n Hay Ranch, Ron and Diane Frazier
6120 South Naches Road
Naches, WA 98937
Tel: 509-653-1831


Elk Pass Ranch, Terry and Deanna Irwin
9305 North Harvard Road
Newman Lake, WA 99025
Tel: 509-226-0008 or or 509-389-8085
Web Site:


Beaver Lake Stable, Brian and Sharon Steinbis
24933 SE 14th Street
Sammamish, WA 98075
Tel: 425-681-3800 or 425-681-2500
Web Site:


Herway Farms, Barry and Bonnie Moore
10312 NE 72nd Ave
Vancouver, WA 98686
Tel: 360-574-6756


285 Double River Road
Walla Walla, WAX 99362
Tel: 509-525-8581


Hart Ranch - Roger & Sue Hart · 151 Ray Symmonds Rd · Selah, WA 98901 (Yakima)
(509) 452-3184 or (509) 952-8792 (cell)

Washington State Parks

Battle Ground Lake

Iron Horse State Park

Steamboat Rock Park


National Forest Horse Camping

Mt Adams Horse Camp- The campground is a single loop for equestrian campers in a large
meadow and next to a stand of conifers including Douglas fir and
a few Ponderosa pine. The campground is also a trailhead for a
couple of trails that lead into a network of trails in and around
Mt. Adams Wilderness. Sites are large and spacious with room for
portable corrals. Every site has an unobstructed view of the
towering, snow-capped Mt. Adams.

Cody Horse Camp- This "stock only" campground is a single loop through a stand of
mixed conifers which include cedar, hemlock, and White pine.
There are lots of trees providing lots of shade but leaving
little space for portable corrals. Most sites have highline
poles and long pull-through parking aprons that can accommodate
big, multiple horse, trailers. Pleasant, nicely designed
campground with trails nearby to keep equestrians with varied rides.

Keenes Horse Camp- This campground, for campers with stock only, has two sections
separated by North Fork Spring Creek. One section (sites 1-8) is
in a stand of Lodgepole pine, has mostly pull-through sites and
high lines to picket horses. The other section (sites 9-13)
features a wider variety of conifers and sites close together
with little privacy. This section also has trailheads for
several of the areas trails. Adjacent to Mt. Adams Wilderness,
the campground has lots to offer equestrian campers.

Kalama Horse Camp-This horse camp has two large unnamed loops in a stand of Douglas
fir, hemlock, and other conifers. Spacious sites, most including corrals
and high lines, and over 50 miles of horse trails to explore, make this
campground well suited to equestrian campers. Most sites are
designed to accommodated two trucks with large horse trailers. Ample
shade, a communal, enclosed shelter with wood burning stove, manure
bins and hitching rails scattered around the campground at convenient
locations, are other features of this campground.

Twisp River Horse Camp- This pack it in, pack it out campground was developed by the
Methow Valley Backcountry Horsemen and is open to only stock
campers. The campground is located in the shadow of Lake Chelan-
Sawtooth Wilderness' towering mountains and near the Twisp
River. Sites are tucked in under a pleasant mixture of conifers
including Jeffrey pine and Douglas fir. Wooden troughs or
"feeders" are provided at most sites.

Littleton Horse Camp-This little horse camp has two sections. One section has several
pole corals with walk-in tent sites scattered around them. The
other has large back-in and a pull-through sites with only
hitching rails. Some walk-in tent sites have fire rings and none
have grilles. Most campsites enjoy ample shade. The campground
was under construction at time of visit.

LeBar Horse Camp - The campground is ONLY for campers with stock. This picturesque
campground is located in a grove of magnificent, towering Douglas
fir. Built jointly by the Forest Service and horse clubs, the
campground is a labor of love. There are tie lines, hitching
rails, hand hewn wooden seats, etc. - a piece of work.
Convenient to the South Fork Skokomish River trail, this a good
base camp for equestrian campers who want to explore the area.

Ken Wilcox Horse Camp- This remote and rustic equestrian campground, at the edge of
Haney Meadow, is tucked into a stand of mixed conifers including
Lodgepole pine, Engelmann and White fir. The sites are large and
spacious to accommodate any size horse trailer. Each site has a
hitching rail and fire ring with no grille. The campground is pack-
it-in, pack-it-out. There are some great views along Forest Rt.

Cayuse Horse Camp- The campground is a single loop for equestrian campers only.
Horses can be kept only at sites on outside of the loop.
However, there are large communal corrals available for all near
the host site. Douglas fir offer shade. With limited shrubs and
end-to-end parking, privacy is poor to fair.

Black Pine Horse Camp- The campground is a large single loop for equestrian campers
only, at the edge of Alpine Lakes Wilderness. The seasonal Black
Pine Creek flows along one side of campground with sites on the
creek side more open and sunny. Other sites enjoy ample shade
from large Douglas fir, cedar, hemlock and other conifers.
Maples and a variety of shrubs provide excellent privacy. All
the campsites have pull-through parking aprons many of which can
accommodate small portable corrals even though most have hitching

Chiwawa Horse Camp- A single loop campground designed for equestrian campers, but all
are welcomed, is next to the Rock Creek Trailhead in a pleasant
mix of trees. White pine, Douglas fir, and willows offer ample
shade to sites. Hitching rails or high-line posts are provided
at most sites. There isn't much room for portable corrals.
Except for end-to-end parking aprons, privacy is good between
sites. This pack-it-in, pack-it-out campground has the
appearance of a delightful undiscovered location.


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