Ladies Ride 2015


JW Ladies Ride - DISCOVER PASS REQUIRED

April 9-12

Burke Lake / Quincy Wildlife Park

Dave's Place Camping Area 

Ride one of the most beautiful areas of Washington , warm weather , wild flowers , the Ancient Lake Trails , lunch on the Columbia River .. Potluck Dinner ..campfires !!! 

Cowgirls Only!!!!! 

 

Contact Dar Brady

Shadybrady50@yahoo.com

Visitors welcome.  $15 per day. 

http://www.trailmeister.com/Washington/BurkeLake.html

Burke Lake - Quincy Wildlife Area

For most horsemen the 40 miles of trails in the Burke Lake area are generally considered an early spring ride due to the excessive heat later in the year, and of course the omnipresent rattlesnakes that call the rocks and sage brush home.

Burke Lake Map

 

 

Burke Lake - Quincy Wildlife Area

For most horsemen the 40 miles of trails in the Burke Lake area are generally considered an early spring ride due to the excessive heat later in the year, and of course the omnipresent rattlesnakes that call the rocks and sage brush home.

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What to Expect

  • Several primitive camping areas with restrooms are available.
  • Restrooms
  • No potable water
  • Very few trees suitable for highlines.
  • Wonderful vistas and views of fantastic geology.

Rules and Regulations

  • Land Manager = Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
  • A Washington State Discover Pass is required in this area
  • Take manure and excess hay home with you.
  • Don’t alter the desert environment to suit your horses.

Driving Directions (Click for Map)

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From Quincy, take Hwy. 281 south five miles to county Road 5 NW, turn west (right)and drive three miles to Road T NW and turn south (left) on that gravel road. Proceed south 1/2 mile to the WDFW gate at the main entrance of the wildlife area. The east side of the Quincy Lakes Wildlife Area can be accessed via Hwy. 281 from Road 3 NW. There is a WDFW gravel access road at the west end of County Rd 3