Camping near Walla Walla with horseback riding

This southern Washington valley is a paradise waiting to be explored.

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5 top campgrounds near Walla Walla with horseback riding

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The High Road Cabins N camping

2 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · La Grande, OR
Private land in the forest with a Log cabin(s) (built about a century ago). No general public access. Get to know each other again, or take a "soul reset" vacation to find yourself again or walk to the pond and catch dinner. Everyone who comes here, takes a deep breath and says how beautiful it is and how lucky we are. We agree and we would like you to come enjoy it as well. Take your trash with you. The trash bins are for the cabins only. Campers please follow "leave no trace" and take it all with you.
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Last Chance Glass and Getaway

5 sites · RVs, Tents11 acres · Walla Walla, WA
Learn more about this land: Last Chance Glass Studio and Getaway is a small eleven acre farm exceptionally situated in the gorgeous Walla Walla Valley. There are level access and pull through camp sites along the Burlingame Canal and the South fork of the Little Walla Walla river (a creek). Enjoy nature here on the Old Oregon trail in the form of beaver ponds, coyote song, deer trails, bird watching and star gazing - just a half mile from the historic Whitman Mission. Park on the partial pavement (Mountain and Garden Sites) or drive gently on the grass to one of the four well separated sites. Each site has its own picnic table and fire pit. There is self service firewood for sale. Orchard Site and Park Site are shady and cool on the north side of the drive. Park is nestled in the trees next to the barn. Orchard site has mature trees and sunshine. Mountain Site and Garden site are out in the sunshine along the Burlington Canal (a historic engineering marvel worth googling) with an unobstructed view of farmland the Blue Mountains. Note: The canal is empty August and Sept) Quiet dogs permitted on leash only. See me about Chuck It privileges. ( If you don't know what this is, it's not you.) Professionally maintained Sani-can. Beautiful potable well water. No hook ups. In general it is my policy to not review people who are relaxed and camping. I do appreciate your private suggestions and continued good public reviews. We strive hard to be a TRULY hospitable and peaceful getaway! I feel grateful every day to be living in such a pretty place. Walla Walla, Washington... who knew?! It is a joy to share it. Hipcamp has been a wonderful adventure. Thank you so much! Owners request that you don't throw anything for the friendly working border collies, if you see one. The farm is 7 miles from downtown Walla Walla. 4 miles to Walmart super center. Quiet hours (no generators) from 10pm.
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Horse Feathers Pony Ranch

2 sites · Tents5 acres · Pendleton, OR
Learn more about this land: Pitch your tent in the extra horse pasture on this beautiful small horse ranch in Pendleton, Oregon. Kids and well behaved dogs that are UTD on vaccines are welcome. Please plan to keep your dog on a leash at the ranch as we have vulnerable critters wandering around and pick up after them. We have a couple of outdoor kennels available if you want to leave them while you go exploring in town. Campsites have access to a portable toilet, spigot and hose and cowboy shower (seasonal). Kids (and adults) can help feed the horses and chickens and meet Minerva the Minnie Pig! Pony lessons, lessons in making stone tools and tule ducks are available for an extra fee with prior arrangements. Relax and watch the wildlife. Animals you may see, hear, and smell during your visit include: raptors hunting over the grasslands; numerous swallows and songbirds; deer and elk; porcupines and skunks; and coyotes and owls nighttime serenade. Fishing, swimming and paddling in the McKay reservoir less than a mile away. Visit downtown Pendleton, home to the Round Up! The longest continuously running rodeo in the US! We have lots to do with a bustling downtown, visit the Round Up Hall of Fame,  Pendleton Underground tours, the Children’s Museum, the Pendleton Art Center and lots of great restaurants.  We have 2 tent sites that are accessible by foot you will have to pack your gear to the sites.If you want to car camp or have a van you will need to camp in our driveway space. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate tow campers the driveway is too tight. Please plan your initial check in before 9 pm as both Tom and I have to be up very early for work in the mornings. Travelers with horses are welcome. We have extra pens available with prior arrangements and for an extra fee. We have a special area for horses and horse trailers.
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Weiland Forage and Farm

1 site · RV, Tent8 acres · Dayton, WA
Situated in the foothills of the Blue Mountains just 20 miles from the ski mountain, Bluewood in Dayton, WA, our peaceful 8 acres homestead features a bubbling creek that runs through the property. We have alpine goat mixes, kune kune pig mixes, 2 great pyranees mixes all penned up but available for petting. Then our beloved and ever so friendly house dog roams free on the property and will greet you with a smile and a constant wag. Hunting, fishing, skiing and horseback riding are all activities that are closeby.
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Oregon Trail Powered Camp Spot

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Meacham, OR
Camp on the Oregon Trail. Space #1. Water and Power on site Learn more about this land: We are in Meacham, Oregon and close to everything outdoors. About half way between Pendleton and La Grande. Not far from Starkey, Ukiah, Umatilla with national forest just minutes away. This spot has an outhouse for your use. This is also a 1 minute walk to The Oregon Trail Cafe. You will hear trains as they are across the intersection. Some nights more than others.
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Overview

There's no better place to unwind than Walla Walla—the best-kept secret of Washington wine country. Rolling green hills, winding rivers, and lush horse pastures surround the wine town. It's the perfect backdrop for a laid-back camping trip. When you're not wine tasting, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the Walla Walla Valley. Cycle through sprawling vineyards, fish the local creeks or hike through the neighboring mountains. A short drive brings you to Lewis and Clark Trail State Park, a popular camping spot for families. Pitching a tent here means lounging on 1,333 feet of Touchet River shoreline. For a little more adventure, explore the old-growth forest. On a hot summer day, the park becomes an oasis for swimming, tubing, and fishing. (Word has it the rainbow trout are always biting.) For more camping in the valley, look to the RV parks and cabins around Walla Walla. You can also find private tent camping areas on local farms and ranches. Just imagine waking up to the stomping of horses' hooves. Plus, local campgrounds and RV resorts put you at the doorstep of local fun. Think golf courses, wineries, and trout streams. To the east, gentle foothills rise into the jagged peaks of Umatilla National Forest. The 1.4 million-acre wilderness straddles the line between Oregon and Washington, offering a secluded escape. Great news—the forest hosts several campgrounds with picnic tables just a rock's throw from Walla Walla.

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