Wednesday · January 10, 2024
Unleash Adventure at Green River Horse Camp: A Gateway to Washington’s Equestrian Trails
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Green River Horse Camp in Washington | Top Horse Trails

Set amidst the breathtaking wilderness of Washington, Green River Horse Camp stands as a haven for equestrian enthusiasts seeking thrilling adventures in the great outdoors. Designed to accommodate the needs of equine adventurers, this campsite offers an immersive experience amidst lush landscapes and diverse trails.

Tailored Campsites for Equine Explorations

Green River Horse Camp ensures a personalized experience, limiting each campsite to two trailer rigs or three vehicles. While the campsite doesn’t provide potable water, visitors can find the nearest drinking water source conveniently located just 5 miles south at the Norway Pass Trailhead on Road 26.

Embark on Trail Adventures

The campsite serves as a gateway to a network of thrilling trails, inviting riders to explore the untamed beauty of the region. Nearby trails such as Green River Trail #213, Goat Mountain Trail #217, Vanson Ridge Trail #213A, and Tumwater Trail #218 promise exhilarating journeys through Washington's picturesque landscapes. From the serene paths of Green River Trail to the rugged adventures of Goat Mountain Trail, there’s a trail suited for every rider, offering a spectrum of experiences for both seasoned and novice equestrians.

Embrace the Wilderness

Green River Horse Camp provides an opportunity to immerse oneself in nature’s splendor. Surrounded by verdant forests and the serene ambiance of the wilderness, visitors can revel in the tranquility of their surroundings while preparing for their riding adventures. Whether it's a leisurely ride through scenic trails or a thrilling exploration of rugged paths, this campsite serves as a perfect base camp for memorable equestrian escapades.

A Call to Adventure

For those seeking an adrenaline rush and a deep connection with nature, Green River Horse Camp beckons. Discover the thrill of exploring Washington's wilderness on horseback and experience the sheer beauty of the region's diverse trails. With each trail presenting a unique adventure, riders are invited to saddle up and embark on a journey filled with breathtaking vistas and uncharted territories. Green River Horse Camp is the ideal starting point for an unforgettable equestrian escapade in the heart of Washington’s untamed landscapes.


From Randle, WA head south on State Route 131 for 2.7 miles. Continue on Forest Road 25 for 5.9 miles. Turn right on Forest Road 26 and follow for about 11.3 miles. Turn right on Forest Road 2612 and travel about 1.5 miles to Forest Road 2612-027 and turn left.


Green River Horse Camp offers the following facilities and amenities:

  • Vault toilet
  • Equestrian trails


Cost Details:

  • Free to use



  • To help reduce invasive species on national forest lands the U.S. Forest Service requires the use of weed-free feed within the Pacific Northwest.  This includes the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. The weed-free feed includes commercially processed pellets, steamed and rolled grains, or state-certified weed-free feed.
  • Winter closure begins December 1st or with significant snowfall.



  • Mount St Helens National Volcanic Monument Administrative Headquarters  (360) 449-7800.
  • Each campsite is limited to two trailer rigs or three vehicles. There is no potable water here; the closest drinking water is located 5 miles south on Road 26 at the Norway Pass Trailhead.


If you want to discover and explore other campsites and horse trails, here are some of them that you may visit:

CHIPPOKES PLANTATION STATE PARK - Chippokes Creek Equestrian Trail

LONE STAR LAKES PARK - Finger Lake Trail

CRAWFORD STATE FOREST - Crawford State Forest


Green River Horse Camp does not require reservations for overnight accommodations. Please visit their page here on Top Horse Trails - Green River Horse Camp for more information