Littleton Horse Camp

 

Vicinity contour map of Mt. Muller Trail area.

Vicinity contour map of Mt. Muller Trail area.

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Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Panorama Point and Mt. Olympus from Mt. Muller Trail

From the Littleton Horse Camp and Mt. Muller Trailhead, explore over 25 miles of trail from two different trail systems, including Mt. Muller, Snider Ridge, and Olympic Discovery trails. One section has several pole corals with walk-in tent sites scattered around them. Another area has large back-in and a pull-through sites with hitching rails. Some walk-in tent sites have fire rings and none have grilles. Most campsites enjoy ample shade.  

No potable water for human consumption. From spring through fall the Backcountry Horsemen provide a non-potable water system that supplies water for stock use only.  

Note: Vehicle parking spur sites are reserved for stock use until 6:00 pm. Walk-in sites are first come, first serve for all users. 

Special thanks to Backcountry Horsemen volunteers and Clallam County for making this site possible. 

Panorama Point and Mt. Olympus from Mt. Muller Trail Views on horseback of Lake Crescent from Panorama Point Vine Maple forest along the Sol Duc Valley floor Rock House (boulder features) along the NE corner of the trail

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Open for the 2018 season. Please Leave No Trace and pack it out.
Area Amenities: Tent camping,Picnic tables,Toilets,Parking
Fees Camping: $10/Night
Usage: Light
Busiest Season: Late spring through fall
Closest Towns: Forks, WA (26 Miles), Port Angeles, WA (35 Miles)
Water: Stock water only (May-Oct.)
Restroom: Vault Toilet (1). Accessible.
Passes: A valid Recreation Pass is required for ay use at Mt Muller Trailhead off Highway 101. 
Operated By: Forest Service & Backcountry Horsemen volunteers
Information Center: Pacific Ranger District - Forks office

General Information

Directions:

From Forks, WA., travel US Highway 101 northeast for 24 miles to Forest Service Road 3071 (Near MP 216).  Turn left (north) and follow the road 1 mile where it ends at the Littleton Horse Camp. It is about .25 miles beyond Mt. Muller Trailhead, which is on the right. 


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