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From Prineville take Hwy 26 east, left at Mill Creek Rd. Follow for 5 miles then left on Rd. 3370, there will be a sign for Brennan Palisades. In 2 1/2 miles left at sign for the horse camp. From Prineville, Oregon: Take Highway 26 east for approximately 7 miles, then turn left onto Forest Service Road 33 (Mill Creek Road). Continue for approximately 5 miles and turn left at the end of the pavement, which will put you onto Forest Road 3370. Travel about 3 miles north then turn left onto Forest Service Road 3370-200. Dry Creek Horse Camp will be on your left just past the creek.
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Nestled among a forest of ponderosa pines the Dry Creek Horse Camp is perfect for horse enthusiasts. The Giddy-Up Go Trailhead is also located just across the road, so access to horse friendly trails doesn’t get much better!
There is no human drinking water available; however livestock may drink from the creek if it is running.
The campsites have corrals.
The Giddy Up Go Loop is a 9-mile loop with two interlocking loops. The trails climb the hills near the Dry Creek Horse Camp.
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