Free shipping when you buy 3 or more books

Riding at Collier State Park

Collier Memorial State Park is a beautiful spot a half hour north of Klamath Falls, near the town of Chiloquin.  The park has several nice trails on horse-friendly terrain, plus views of the area's impressive springs and rivers.

Collier Memorial State Park

The park’s horse camp is located on the west side of Hwy. 97. It has 4 corrals, potable water, a hitching rail, and a picnic table. There’s no toilet in the horse camp, but you’ll find one a short distance away in the family day-use area.

Collier Memorial State Park

The Collier-Kimball Trail follows dirt roads past ponderosa pine forest and pretty meadows to Jackson F. Kimball State Park.

Collier Memorial State Park

The Wood River originates at Kimball State Park, where a huge spring flows out of the hillside and creates a full-sized river within just a few hundred yards. It’s impressive.

Collier Memorial State Park

Or, you can ride to the headwaters of Spring Creek which grows to a full-size river in a couple hundred yards.

Collier Memorial State Park

If you cross Hwy. 97, you can ride the trails on the east side of the park, connect to forest roads, and ride up onto the rimrock to enjoy the views. 

This summer, be sure to plan a trip to Collier State Park.  You’ll enjoy the fine riding in this beautiful area!

Learn More

Collier Memorial State Park is covered in Riding Southern Oregon Horse Trails by Kim McCarrel, available at

Older Post
Newer Post
Close (esc)


Explore our collection of horse trail guidebooks today!

Visit Store

Age verification

By clicking enter you are verifying that you are old enough to consume alcohol.


Shopping Cart

Your cart is currently empty.
Shop now