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Camp Facilities
Rating
Num Sites Horse Facilities Addn'l Info
Newcastle
Weather

A Spear Ranch
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200
Challenging 
  (Not Star Rated)
beautiful fully equipped log home
  (Not Star Rated)
1 horse pens with water
Ten Sleep
Weather

Battle Park
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200
Rigorous 
 
 
 
15  
Farson
Weather

Bridger Teton Forest-Big Sandy Campground
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75
More Difficult 
  (Not Star Rated)
 
  (Not Star Rated)
3    
Dubois
Weather

Double Cabin Campground
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100
Challenging 
 
 
 
0  
Savery
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Medicine Bow NF, Ladder Ranch
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20
Not Rated 
  (Not Star Rated)
 
  (Not Star Rated)
5    
Ten Sleep
Weather

Ten Sleep
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200
Rigorous 
 
hookups, or primitive,shower, toilets,water
 
  stalls, barn, water,corrals.
Ten Sleep,
Weather

Ten Sleep - Ten Sleep , WY
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0
Not Rated 
  (Not Star Rated)
 
  (Not Star Rated)
0    

Notes:
Human facilities codes   

Day = Day Use Only
Elect = Electric Hookups
Primitive = Primitive Camp Only
Shower = Showers Available
Toilet = Toilets Available
Water = Water Hookups
Pump = Potable Water - No Hookups

Lodging = Cabins, bunkhouse, etc.

Horse facilities codes

Day = Day Use Only
Stall = Stalls Available
Tie-up = Tie-ups Available
Water = Water
Stream = Stream or creek, check in dry weather
Rentals = Horses for hire


Difficulty rating 
 Easy
(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. )
 More Difficult (Moderate hills over consistent surface; possibly some narrow trails and short steeper slopes)
 Rigorous (Easy to More Difficult for rider but physically challenging for horse such as on a level surface through deep sand)
 Challenging (Possible rocky, uneven surface, steep slopes, uncleared trails, faster flowing streams and other obstacles that lead to more difficult riding for rider and horse)


Additional sites with lists of trails and camps

Website Description
Horse & Mule Trails Listing and description of trails and campgrounds offered by a variety of contributors.
National Park Service Yellowstone National Park. Click on Activities to find information on horseback riding.
National Park Service Oregon National Historic Trail. Click on Activities to find horse trails.
Trails, Stables, Stopovers Listing of various trails and stopovers. Information ranges from a name and phone number to a fairly good description of the site.