Kalama Horse Camp

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.

The trails are fantastic and there are many loop rides at different levels of experience. This is a new camp, built by the forest service, the Backcountry Horsemen of Washington, Mt St Helens chapter and the Washington Trail Riders.

Lewis River Horse Camp is also a newer camp, but has not been developed beyond the camp itself. The trails are not marked and are few. The camp has highline and corals, same type restrooms as Kalama and one horse watering area, no potable water, no power hook ups. There are about 9 sites.

Please feel free to email me at twtrailrider@earthlink.net if you have further questions.

~Jo Dasso

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