The campground has 11 single campsites and 3 double campsites. It is a popular gathering place for trail riders to head up into the mountains on several popular trails. The campground has spacious tenting and RV sites. Opening date dependent on snow melt and access to the trails may be held back until late June or early July.
Horses must be kept in the corrals and no high-lining or hobbles are allowed. The corrals are located in a common area with two water troughs on opposite sides of the corrals and the corrals are not near the campsites. Horses need to be sociable as the corrals share common boundaries.
Calling Toll Free 1-877-444-677
|Park Season||Site Type||Nightly/Daily Rates|
Late May –
|EQUESTRIAN NONELECTRIC Double||$42.00|
Cayuse Horse Campground sits in the foothills of the Cascade mountains in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. A favorite among horse enthusiasts, the campground is nestled in a mixed-conifer forest. In close proximity to snow-capped peaks, high elevation lakes, scenic rivers and several wilderness areas, this campground offers visitors opportunities to experience both the serene and wild aspects of the area.
This campground is open to stock users only and offers 14 large equestrian sites. There is a single corral for each site, with a maximum of 3 horses per single site and 4 horses per double site. The corrals are not near the campsites, but located in a common area with two water troughs on opposite sides of the corrals. Picnic tables, campfire rings with grills and ample room for parking vehicles and trailers are available at each site. Drinking water is also available, and there is access to vault toilets. This horse camp is open after snow levels recede, and access to trails is available.
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)
From Cle Elum, Washington, take State Hwy 903 north approximately 19 miles to the end of the paved road. The campground entrance is to the right before the Old Guard Station.