Camp Wilkerson - TrailMeister added this area
Riders have logged 3.63 miles & 1.43 hours here.
TOP TRAIL RIDER: idahotrails logged 3.63 miles.
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From Rainier, travel west on Hwy. 30, past the Lewis & Clark bridge. At the top of Rainier Hill, turn left on Larson Rd and then right on Old Rainier Rd. In 0.9 mile veer left on Apiary Rd. Follow it 13.5 miles and turn left into the park.
Camp Wilkerson is a delightful park in the heart of the Coast Range, about 18 miles south of Rainier and 15 miles north of Vernonia. The horse camp at Camp Wilkerson has more amenities than most, including sturdy corrals, potable water spigots at each site, pull-through parking with room for 2 or 3 rigs at each site, a large day-use parking area, and knowledgeable camp hosts. [From Riding Northwest Oregon Horse Trails, by Kim McCarrel] Many thanks to TrailMeister’s Oregon Trail Boss Kim McCarrell for the excellent information on this horse riding area. For turn by turn trail directions consult her authoritative books which can be found here.
- Land manager is Columbia County Parks
- Fee area
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