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Stagecoach Horse Camp

Located about 45 miles west of Portland, Stagecoach Horse Camp provides access to a wonderful loop trail through the second-growth forest planted after the Tillamook Burn.

The Riding

The Historic Hiking Loop is a fun 11.5-mile trail that explores the summit of the Coast Range by connecting four trails: the Side Step Trail, the Gravelle Brothers Trail, the Nels Rogers Trail, and the Wilson River Wagon Road Trail. 

Stagecoach Horse Camp

One of the highlights of the Historic Hiking Loop is University Falls, which drops an impressive 65 feet down a rock face.

Stagecoach Horse Camp

Nearby off-highway vehicle trails are completely separate from the non-motorized trails, so you may hear OHVs but will seldom see them.  The non-motorized trails are shared with hikers and mountain bike riders.

Stagecoach Horse Camp was completely rebuilt in 2008 and 2009, with all new log corrals and room for larger trailers. It’s a very nice horse camp with a scenic trail network, perfect for a day ride or a weekend getaway.

Stagecoach Horse Camp

The Camping

Stagecoach Horse Camp has ten campsites, nine of which have 2-horse log corrals.  All sites have fire grates and picnic tables, and several sites have room for two trailers.  The camp has vault toilets, manure bins, stock water from a trough, and a covered group picnic area.  The camp is open year-round, and there is a fee for overnight camping.


More Information

Stagecoach Horse Camp is covered in Riding Northwest Oregon Horse Trails, by Kim McCarrel, available at 


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