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Kennard, TX



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16 Electric & Water campsites, with direct access to 50+ miles of the mapped and marked Piney Creek Trails in beautiful Davy Crockett National Forest. 2 12×12 horse pens included per site. Come enjoy the beauty of East Texas!
Barefoot friendly though there may be short gravelly sections that may bother very sensitive hooves.

 

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Tom & Stephanie Hanslik, 936-655-3328, tbarshorsecamp@yahoo.com, tbarshorsecamp.com

Policies:
Proof of Negative Coggins Required.
Check-in time is 1pm, check-out time is 12 noon.
No Stallions.
Dogs welcome but MUST be kept on a leash. This is a working farm with cats, chickens, and ducks.
Do not tie horses to pens or trees, tie to side of trailer only please.
Campfires allowed in above-ground rings or community fire ring only.
No discharging of any waste or gray water.
Quiet hours begin at 10pm.
PLEASE KEEP OUR TRAILS OPEN AND AS PRISTINE AS POSSIBLE – LEAVE NO TRACE – PACK IT IN PACK IT OUT

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