Pacific Lake Odessa Campground - TrailMeister added this area
Riders have logged 5.51 miles & 0.00 hours here.
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From Vantage, drive east on Interstate 90 to exit 206, signed "State Route 21--Lind/Odessa." After exiting, turn left and drive 18.1 miles north on SR 21 to Odessa. In town, turn right at the junction with SR 28. In 0.1 mile, turn left and follow the signs to "Hwy 21--Wilbur." Continue on SR 21 for 2.8 miles. Turn left (SR 21 milepost 58.71) onto Lakeview Ranch Loop Road, which is signed with a BLM brown binoculars "wildlife viewing" sign. Take this good gravel road 5.2 miles and pull into the well-signed Lakeview Ranch BLM area on the left side of the road.
This BLM area is also commonly referred to as Pacific Lake or Lake view Ranch. Regardless of what you call it the horse riding and camping here will be a treat with great scenery including unique geological features such as the Odessa Craters. There are a number of trails in the area winding through shrub-steppe scab-lands.
- Land Manager is Bureau of Land Management
- Certified Weed Seed Free Feed is Required
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