The road travels north to south from FR 2160 to Takhlakh Lake. It is a gravel road that passes by Midway Meadows, Keenes Horse Camp, Killen Creek Campground, Muddy Meadows, Killen Creek Trailhead, Divide Camp Trailhead, and the road to Horseshoe Lake.
At a Glance
04/02/2014: Conditions unknown. Snow level is approximately 3000'.
Camping & Cabins
Horseshoe Lake Campground, Killen Creek Campgound, and Takhlakh Lake Campground are located on FR 2329.
The overnight fee camping fees range from $12 to $30.
The northern climbing routes for Mt. Adams are located on FR 2329. The most popular being Killen Creek Trailhead.
$10 during the week and $15 for the weekend. Permits can be purchased at the Cowlitz Valley Ranger District office and the Mt. Adams Ranger District office.
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Lake and Pond Fishing
Horseshoe Lake, Takhlakh Lake, and Ollalie Lake have fishing opportunities for trout. Please see Washington State Fishing Regulations for rules.
Washington State Fishing License required.
Horse Riding & Camping
Keenes Horsecamp is located on FR 2329.
The road provides access to several trailheads that are open to horses.
The road travels past high country meadows full of lupine, beargrass, paintbrush, and many other wildflowers. There are views of Mt. Adams and the Goat Rocks Wilderness. The road also accesses the beautiful Horseshoe Lake and Takhlakh Lake.