Mildred Kanipe Memorial County Park and Campground
- Day use
- Fire Rings
- Horse Campground
- Picnic Areas
Turn back in time at this 1,100 acre nature park located at a century farm/homestead for Mildred Kanipe’s family. Engage over 14 miles of trails through open range country seeing cattle forage as they did 100 years ago. The park is “horse friendly”, with a equine campground and trailhead.
Seven miles NW of Oakland on Elkhead Road.
Camping the way it was with a view of the valley and the park.
- (14) equine sites (with horse corrals)
- (5) non-hook up sites
All campsites will be reservable, however, all sites not reserved in advance will be available on a first come / first serve basis.
Mildred’s Homestead is the site of our day use park today. Wander around the homestead and learn about the operation or picnic along the creek.
- Interpretive panels at historic barns & home
- Picnic sites
- Access to pond and trails
Trailhead for your horse, bike or just you to explore the 14 miles of trails through Douglas fir forests, oak woodlands and open oak savannah.
- Vault restrooms
- ADA Equine ramp