Located south of the Bridge Creek Wilderness, Allen Creek Horse Camp sits among large ponderosa pine trees and along the creek that feeds Allen Creek Reservoir. There is water suitable for animals, but you’ll have to bring your own water for drinking; there is no potable water at the site. The facility is open year-round and is not gated. However, access is subject to favorable weather conditions.
There are five campsites which are currently maintained and several corrals on site. This is a first come, first served facility so plan accordingly to get a spot. There are no manure pits at this campground so the Forest Service requests that you pack out waste from your horses.
There is no water system at the camp, but a stream borders the east side of the camp from which you can water your animals. Allen Creek Reservoir is very close to the campground, though it cannot be accessed directly from the site; instead it can be accessed through BLM land just a few miles away.
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