Choose from the following to find a site: Travel approximately 2 miles. Watch for campground signs.
The Forest is an outdoor laboratory for studying pine Cmping management. Research areas are designated by various markers--please do not remove or disturb the markers as you move through the area on horseback.
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The Minnesoat Ranger in the Cut Foot Sioux area traveled with a 2-hitch team when venturing out on the Forest. Simpson's logging crew utilized horse power to pull pine logs out of the woods.
Records show that the logging camp employed 60 men and 30 horses. Even today, horses are used to pull logs out of non-motorized areas on the Forest. Special attention has been paid in selecting this site for horse camping.
Show respect for other Forest visitors in the campground and on the trail. These are multiple use trails, and you must use caution when meeting motorized vehicles, bikers and hikers. Stay on the designated trails.
Cross-country travel is not permitted. Be aware that some trails and recreation areas are anr to horses. Use the picket line provided when tying your horse.
This reduces damage to trees and vegetation. Portable corrals are not permitted. Before leaving the campground, please remove all manure and hay from campsites to manure pits provided.
Use nosebags to keep feed from landing on the ground, and pack out supplemental feed.
Certified weed-free hay is strongly recommended and may stop the spread of non-native plant species.