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        04-24-2014, 10:40 PM
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    Foal
    Question good spots to camp and drive

    Hey just looking for thoughts on good spots to camp with our horses which have areas like old roads fields woods , dirt road subdivisions, whatever just places we can go with a marathon carriage from camp , there is lots of spots to camp and trail ride which we do as well but we are always looking for spots that we can drive as well, we are visiting Arizona from vancouver island, staying here and there but need more ideas all thoughts all states welcome!
         
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        05-11-2014, 10:57 PM
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    Weanling
    The train park in Chiliquin Oregon is a great place to drive. The Jacobus horse park borders the train park. There are corrals and water there. Go through a gate and you are in the train park. The park is the biggest model train park in the world. They keep up the roads to maintain the track and there is no motor traffic allowed in the park. The roads cross the track in a few places and there are miniture towns and water towers near the road. You can drive all day r without crossing your track. The terrain is varied and at one point there is a beautiful overlook of Klamath Lake. Contact Southern Oregon Hores and Carriage Club if you need directions or Joyce Jacobis's phone number. The gate is locked so you have to call Joyce. Camping is free and there is a modern rest room.
         
        05-11-2014, 11:08 PM
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    Green Broke
    Roosevelt lake just east of Phx in Tonto Nat Forest has a nice horse camp ground. There is water, corrals, and restrooms. The trails can be pretty difficult, but it ties into the AZ Trail. It's very scenic.
    Also, Houston Mesa trail out of Payson has horse camping and plenty of trails. Lots of pine trees so it's a cooler ride in the summer.
         

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