Beautiful, shady Dru Barner Horse Campground is made just for us. We’ll strike out from camp and enjoy daytime riding activities. Saturday late afternoon-evening is open to those who’d like to share, teach or demo.
There are 48 campsites, most have multiple single or adjoining 12x12 pipe pens. High-line posts available between campsites. Large group kitchen area. Three sets of vaulted/flush toilets. Currently a dry site. No showers or hook-ups. Dogs on leash. Scatter your manure.
Book your campsite directly at https://www.recreation.gov/ $8 per campsite. $3 for day use.
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Advisory for hauling horses to Dru Barner. The roads via I-80 Auburn CA to Cool CA and H-50 from Placerville to Georgetown can be challenging if drivers are not confident hauling horses through twisty roads. Easiest Haul directions below are advised.
Dru Barner Equestrian Campground (Bottle Hill Rd, Georgetown California 95634)
Easiest Haul Directions:
From Sacramento go East Bound US 50 to Shingle Springs. Exit 37 for South Shingle Rd. Left at South Shingle, go over US 50. Next right at North Shingle Road, go 4 miles.
North Shingle Rd becomes Lotus Road (at Green Valley Road intersection). Continue down Lotus Road (6.8 miles) to Highway 49. Left onto Highway 49 (for 0.5 miles). Right on Marshal Road, go 9 miles. Right on Main Street, Georgetown CA. Go down Main Street though Georgetown
Main Street becomes Wentworth Springs Road when leaving Georgetown. Go 7.4 miles on Wentworth Springs to Rowdy Rd. Take Rowdy Road (.3 miles) to the Sharp Right for Bottle Hill BYPASS. Go 0.7 miles on Bottle Hill Bypass. Go left on Bottle Hill Road (0.3 miles) to Dru Barner Campground
Follow SCA Signs to Dru Barner Equestrian Campground