North Carolina National Forests
Wash Creek Horse Camp
Pisgah Forest, NC | Public
Newly renovated by the BCH Pisgah Chapter
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Pisgah Forest, NC 28768

Tucked away within the Pisgah National Forest, Wash Creek Horse Camp stands as a haven for equestrian enthusiasts seeking an immersive experience amidst North Carolina's breathtaking wilderness. This intimate group area, strategically positioned just two miles northeast of the North Mills River Recreation Area and Bent Creek in the Pisgah Ranger District, offers a unique escape for horse riders and nature lovers alike.

Wash Creek Horse Camp might be compact, but it's abundant in natural charm. With a single site and a vault toilet alongside hitching posts catering specifically to horses, this small group facility accommodates up to 30 individuals and 10 vehicles. Surrounded by a serene hardwood forest, campers at Wash Creek find themselves embraced by nature's tranquility, with a shallow stream nearby offering a refreshing touch of the wild.

As part of the extensive Pisgah National Forest, Wash Creek opens up a labyrinth of equestrian trails that weave through the North Mills River, Trace Ridge, and Wash Creek areas. These well-maintained trails provide an easy and convenient route for several horse trailers, ensuring that riders can embark on unforgettable journeys through the scenic landscape. Embracing the vastness of the forest, these trails offer an opportunity to discover the hidden treasures of North Carolina's wilderness.

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