Caney Mountain Horse Camp
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Looking to spend a night or more at Caney Mountain Horse Camp? Contact us at
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Q: Can my 50' truck/trailer make it to your camp ground?
A: Yes, the roads are wide enough for large trucks and trailers to make it easily to our camp. There is plenty of room in the camp ground to maneuver around as well.
Q: Do you offer electrical hook-ups for our trailer?
A: No, but you are welcome to bring a generator. We only ask that you respect other campers by bringing a quiet generator (such as a Honda EU), if possible shutting it off during the night, or locate it down under the hillside to muffle the sound.
Q: Do you offer water hook-ups for our trailer?
A: No, however, we do have a well, and offer water spigots at several locations around the campground for you to provide water to your horses. We do offer a dump station if needed.
Q: Do you rent trail horses to ride?
A: No, we do not offer horses to ride.
Q: Do you offer guide service for riding in the wilderness area?
A: National Forest Service regulations specifically preclude us from offering paid guide services in the wilderness areas.
Q: How many horses can each campsite accommodate?
A: Most of our campsites are set up with two horse pens each. We also have a large area dedicated to pens adjacent to the guest rooms and bath house.
Q: What documents do I need for my horses?
A: Each horse must have the original yellow copy of the Coggins (EIA) test dated within 12 months of your departure from Caney Mountain Horse Camp.
Q: Do you require any type of deposits?
A: Yes, a deposit of two nights (first and last day) stay with a two weeks notice of cancellation is required for rooms and campsites.
Q: Do you accept credit or debit cards?
A: Yes, we now accept all major credit/debit cards. However, a 4% fee will be assessed on card transactions to cover the card processing fee.