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Black Pine Horse Camp - also called Blackpine Horse Camp
Campground Description: Black Pine Horse Camp (also called Blackpine Horse Camp) is owned and operated by the United States Forest Service. Black Pine Horse Camp is a campground detected to horses and their owners - camping without horses is prohibited. The entire area is primitive. Using Black Pine Horse Camp as a base, there are dozens of horse trails in the area. The campground provides access to Icicle Creek Trail #1551, Jack Creek Trail, and Blackjack Ridge Trail #1565. There are no facilities other than a human-only pit toilet restroom. Full restaurant dining and shopping is available in Leavenworth. Open year round. Reservations are not possible at Black Pine (Blackpine) Horse Camp.Leavenworth Golf Club 9101 Icicle Road P.O. Box 247 Leavenworth, WA 98826 509-548-7267 Leavenworth Golf Club
Number of Sites: 14
Water: Solar powered well
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: From Wenatchee or East Wenatchee - drive west 20.2 miles on State Highway 2. Just past the town of Leavenworth watch for Icicle Road. Turn south onto Icicle Road and follow Icicle Road for about 8.5 miles. Continue straight onto Forest Road 7600 for about 9.5 miles to Black Pine (Blackpine) Horse Camp.
Fishing: Nothing within a reasonable distance.
Astronomy Opportunities: Telescope camping is poor due to the canopy of trees.
Contact Information:Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Headquarters 215 Melody Lane Wenatchee, WA 98801 (509) 664-9200 Black Pine (Blackpine) Horse Camp
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The sign near the entrance to Black Pine (Blackpine) Horse Camp
The restroom facilities at Black Pine (Blackpine) Horse Camp consist of a modern pit toilet
The loading ramp at Black Pine (Blackpine) Horse Camp is restricted to horses only (no ATVs)
All of the campsites at Black Pine (Blackpine) Horse Camp offer hitching posts
Picnic tables are offered at each campsite at Black Pine (Blackpine) Horse Camp
Black Pine (Blackpine) Horse Camp is situated in a dense forest setting with access to several horse trails
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