Dispersed
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Equestrian
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Kalama Horse Camp Campground

The campground loop trail allows easy access to the main trailhead. A trailhead parking area, found at the east end of the campground provides parking for day use. Over 50 miles of trails and closed roads are available from the campground.

Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Kalama Horse Camp Campground is located in Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Washington
Latitude
46.1429 N
Longitude
-122.3241 W
Get Directions
Directions
From Woodland, WA take state Route 503 east for approximately 28 miles to Forest Road 81. Take a left on Forest Road 81 towards Kalama Horse Camp Recreation Area. Follow Forest Road 81 north for approximately 8 miles.
6 Reviews of Kalama Horse Camp Campground
Big things come in small packages

This campground wasn’t on our radar for this last weekend camping trip. We stumbled across it looking for a spot to camp. Only about 10 camp sites but in very good condition. Very private and great tree cover. We had an awesome weekend

Nothing fancy!

This is primarily a spot where you go to park your horse trailer and go from there! However it’s “first come first served”. Has few amenities, pit toilets…. clean and composting. Short trailed from the campsite, very close to the Mt. St Helens trails! Very nice area, we will be back!!

Beautiful!

Absolutely lovely campground!

Horse camp but we brought bikes.

This is a nice little horse camp with several sites and corals. We came for a mtn bike race but we're comfortable anyways. Each spot is large and quite private. The sites are nice and close to a creek which was nice since it was hot. Our site had a fire pit and a picnic bench. We camped in our van. Beautiful spot and pretty quiet event though it is nice and close to town!

Horse camp but we brought bikes.

This is a nice little horse camp with several sites and corals. We came for a mtn bike race but we're comfortable anyways. Each spot is large and quite private. The sites are nice and close to a creek which was nice since it was hot. Our site had a fire pit and a picnic bench. We camped in our van. Beautiful spot and pretty quiet event though it is nice and close to town!

First to Review
Do Horses or People Have More Fun? Tough Call.

Gifford Pinchot National Forest is a veritable wonderland, let's put that on the table right away. Lava flows, waterfalls, views of huge mountains and huge rivers, tons of berry picking, the Pacific Crest trail… it's ridiculous. So enter Kalama, with easy access, varied campsite sizes, space between a lot of them and a crazy - and I mean crazy - amount of trails. And if you like mushrooms… O M to the G. Check out the photos! We woke up in the morning and marched up Mt. Saint Helens. With or without horses (they couldn't fit in the trunk), with or without beer, it just doesn't get any better than this.