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End of The Trail Equine Campground

E13722 Cass Valley Rd, Ontario, Wisconsin

Admin: Mark Meisberger

The End of The Trail is a wonderful campground located perfectly between Wildcat Mountain State Park and the Kickapoo Valley Reserve Trails. EOT has dozens of trailer sites, most with power and water. The campground is very clean and the operators are just like family. There are showers on the grounds as well as a small store from which you can buy ice cream, meat and a few other supplies. many sites have tie-lines, pens and a fire ring. Wood for the fire rings is available for a donation. They even have some barn stall you can rent to keep your rides sheltered if you choose. There is additionally a mobile home on the grounds you can rent for a larger group. The beauty of EOT is that you can ride out from camp either north to Wildcat Mountain trails or south to the Kickapoo Valley Trails. For trail heads that are too far to ride to, EOT can provide trailering you and your horses out and can even arrange to come pick you up at certain points. Check them out at http://www.endofthetrailcampground.com/home.html or call (608) 337-4738 for reservations. Spots fill up fast so call early. They have a Five Star rating on HorseTrailDirectory.com

TYPE OF DESTINATION

Layover - Campground
Camping / Lodging with Facilities - Campground
Effort level - Easy, Beginner|Moderate|Challenging, Experienced Trail Riders

AMENITIES FOR 2 LEGGED -

-- Electric Hookups

-- Room for Large Living Quarters Trailers

-- Showers

-- Restrooms

-- Porta-potty's / Pit Toilets

-- Garbage Containment

-- Manure Removal

-- Water / Drinkable

AMENITIES FOR 4 LEGGED -

-- Horse Stalls

-- Horse Corrals

-- Horse Hi-Lines

-- Dogs Allowed in Camp

-- Dogs Must be on a Leash

MILES OF DESTINATION / ACREAGE OF PUBLIC LANDS / # OF DAYS’ WORTH OF RIDING

Wildcat Mountain State Park has over 20 miles of beautiful trails and Kickapoo Valley Reserve has over 40 miles of trails. Trails vary from easy to moderate in difficulty. Trail passes are required.

TYPE OF LAND

- Private Land (Campground, Ranch, etc)

ACCESS TO TRAILS

- Trails right from location

- Some road riding to Trails

- Trailer to Trails

WATER CROSSINGS

- Streams

Type of Footing on the trails

- Meadow, Grass

- Gravel, Rock

- Shoes / Boots Suggested

Type of Terrain

- Flat

- Some Road Riding to Trails

- Hills

- Challenging Trails / Terrain

TYPE OF HORSE I WAS RIDING

- Gaited

PEAK RIDING SEASON / WEATHER

Anytime spring, summer or fall is beautiful riding. Fall is particularly beautiful when the leaves are changing.

COMMENTS

Sharon Borneman

We had the best time riding these trails and Camping is the best. Jan is a wonderful person and will do all she can to assure you have a great time. Looking forward to the beautiful trails here in 2017

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