Located one hour west of Paisley, Oregon, Currier Springs horse camp lies in an open meadow. Currier Springs features four camping sites with campfire rings, and picnic tables. It also boasts a newer corral with four stalls, built by the Back Country Horsemen, that can accommodate four to eight horses. Horses can be watered, using the historical trough constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
From Currier Springs you can access the Fremont National Recreation Trail for miles of backcountry riding. You’ll view spectacular mountain scenery as you ride along the top of a 2,000 feet high fault block rim, known as Winter Rim or Winter Ridge. As the trail heads west to Hager Mountain, there are vistas of Summer Lake. It’s about a 29 mile ride to Antler Horse Camp.
There is no portable water. Visitors need to pack plenty of water.
At a Glance
||(Paisley Ranger District)
||First come, first serve
||6/15 - 9/15
||Paisley Ranger District
Currier Springs Horse Camp is located one hour and six minutes west of Paisley, OR.
From Paisley, OR travel north on Oregon Route 31 toward Silver Lake, OR, then turn left on Forest Service (FS) Road 29. Head west on FS Road 29, turning right on FS Road 2901. Follow FS Road 2901 north, and then turn right on FS Road 033 to horse camp.