Antler Horse Camp

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Antler Camp is located 50 minutes southwest of Silver Lake, Oregon. Besides horseback riding, there are opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, and photography in this rugged mountain setting. The undeveloped campground offers five camping sites that are large enough for a horse trailer, and the…

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Antler Horse Camp is located in Oregon

Directions

Antler Horse Camp is located 50 minutes southwest of Silver Lake, Oregon. From Silver Lake, take Oregon highway 31 west for approximately one mile and then turn left onto County Highway 4-11 (also known as Marsh Road). County Highway 4-11 will become Forest Service (FS) Road 27. From FS Road 27 take a right onto FS Road 2804 and then turn left on FS Road 7645. From FS Road 7645, take a left on FS Road 3038036 and then a right onto FS Road 3038038 and then right again on 3038175. Antler Horse Camp will be at the end of FS Road 3038175.

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42.95981331 N
121.24655755 W

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About This Campground

Antler Camp is located 50 minutes southwest of Silver Lake, Oregon. Besides horseback riding, there are opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, and photography in this rugged mountain setting. The undeveloped campground offers five camping sites that are large enough for a horse trailer, and the loop makes it convenient to maneuver a trailer. Other amenities include a vault toilet, potable water (hand pump), a hitching rail, and corrals. You can ride your horse on the Fremont National Recreation Trail #160 about eight miles to Yamsay Mountain, one of Oregon’s highest 100 peaks, and enjoy the wide-open skies covering the timbered mountains. From Yamsay, it’s about six more miles to Silver Creek Marsh Camp. ACTIVITIES Biking Camping Hiking Horseback Riding Picnicking

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