Kalama horse camp has no reservations, it is on a first come basis. The camp is set up to handle approximately 100 horses, with 2, 4, and 6 horse corals and some highline areas. The camping spots will hold 1, 2, and 3 rigs. There are 2 watering areas for horses, no potable water, no showers, no power hook ups. There are 2 large rest room areas, and no fees. There is a large Log shelter with tables and wood stove for your use. The campground is no longer a Northwest Forest Pass site. It now requires a campground pass which costs $8, $10, or $12 per night depending on whether it is for a single, double, or group site. Campground passes for the Lewis River Horse Camp are $5 per night.