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Directions from Randle: Head south (across river) bare left in about one mile and follow FS 23 18 miles to FS 21, bare left onto FS 21 and follow FS 21 about 4 miles to FS 56. Turn right onto FS 56, pass Adams Fork Campground, road crosses the Cispus River and turns to gravel. Stay on FS 56 about 3 miles to turn off to Orr Creek Snow park and Keenes Horse camp (don't turn here), then 1.7 miles further on FS 56. You'll come to a small road to the right (FS 054), don't turn here, then cross the Muddy Fork Creek and turn right on FS 059 road. Follow it 0.25 mile and turn left on FS 060 road.
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With a well appointed equestrian camp and access to beautiful views of Mount Adams, lakes, lava flows, meadows, canyons and miles upon miles of horse and mule riding, Cody is a wonderful place to visit. See also Keenes Horse Camp. Many thanks to WACMO for letting us use their wonderful map. For info on the Thinking Horse Sport visit www.WACMO.org
- Land manager is Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Cowlitz Valley Ranger District
- Certified Weed Free Feed is required
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