Harralson Horse Campground

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Although located away from the lake, this small horse camp offers a quiet camping opportunity for equestrians away from the busy North Waldo and Islet Campgrounds. While there are no equestrian improvements (corrals and hitching posts), as well as no water on site, picnic tables and fire rings are…

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Location

Harralson Horse Campground is located in Oregon

Directions

35.7 miles northeast of Oakridge, Oregon From Oakridge, Oregon: At the intersection of Crestview Street and Oregon State Highway 58 (at the only traffic light along State Highway 58 in Oakridge), travel east on Highway 58 for 23.3 miles. Turn left onto the Waldo Lake Road/Forest Road 5897. Travel for approximately 12 miles. Where the paved road begins a sharp left curve, stay straight and follow the road (which becomes unpaved) into the camp.

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43.76099078 N
121.99069381 W

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About This Campground

Although located away from the lake, this small horse camp offers a quiet camping opportunity for equestrians away from the busy North Waldo and Islet Campgrounds. While there are no equestrian improvements (corrals and hitching posts), as well as no water on site, picnic tables and fire rings are available. Drinking water can be obtained at North Waldo Campground and horses can be watered near the campground off the Waldo Lake Trail (#3590). Harralson is a good staging area for those wanting to explore the trails in or around the Three Sisters and Waldo Lake Wilderness areas. The trail around Waldo Lake is another nice ride, but be aware that stock is not allowed in any of the Waldo Lake campgrounds. Other ride opportunities include the Harralson Trail (#4364), which connects the camp with the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (#2000) and the Jim Weaver Loop (Waldo Lake Trail #3590), which connects with trails in the Waldo Lake and Three Sisters Wildernesses. ACTIVITIES Biking Hiking Horseback Riding Picnicking Horse Camping: Help us protect the trees at Harralson by using a high line picket, hobbles or picket stake. Avoid tying your horse to trees. If a nervous horse paws while tied, hobble it to protect vegetation, trees and roots. The mosquito population is high from June to mid-August and can be quite bothersome, so be prepared.

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