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Sahara Creek Horse Camp horseman’s day use area is accessed from WA-706 6 miles east of Elbe, WA. The camp sign is very small and easily missed. Watch for mile marker 5 and be prepared to turn as soon as you see it.
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From the hills above Sahara Creek Horse Camp you’ll think you can reach out and touch Mount Rainier. With a well appointed horse camp, well maintained trails, and the outstanding views horse and mule riders will have a great time at Elbe.
- Land Manager is Washington Department of Natural Resources – http://www.dnr.wa.gov/ElbeHillsTahoma
- Discover Pass is required at this location
- Dogs must be on a leash within the campground
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