Wild Rock Park and Campground
Admission Fee: Daily Horse Riding Pass: $5, Season Riding Pass: $25, Family Season Pass: $50, Campsites range from $20 to $29 per night.
Located in the Town of South Foster, Section 1, Bald Peak Forest Road. "New Found Fun" is the term to use in describing Wild Rock Park. Wild Rock is the most recent addition to Clark County's repertoire of quality camping facilities, new developments meet the need of multi-recreational pursuits. Campground expansions and improvements are focused on establishing Wild Rock as common destination for ATV and horseback trail pursuits. Campsite reservations can be made by clicking the "online reservation system" link on the bottom of this page.
Wild Rock has long been recognized as a desired destination for horseback riding trails. Recent expansions now provide for more than 40 miles of horseback trail that wind and loop through a portion of the 135,000 acre Clark County Forest. The trail system utilizes forest lands ranging from easy to more difficult terrain.
Before and after your ride, the trail support facilities at Wild Rock will provide you with amenities to make your weekend excursion even more enjoyable. Wild Rock County Park provides convenient trail access and a day use area complimented by playground equipment and a shelter. Overnight camping is available with 27 campsites, sanitary dump station, potable water and electric and water service to many sites. Picket lines and manure bunkers are available for use within the campground, as well. There is also a warming house with a wood fire place inside that remains open on weekends only, from Labor Day into the fall riding season. This warming house is closed before the nine day gun deer season and remains closed until the winter Snowmobile and ATV season begins.
Centrally located within the Clark County ATV trail system, Wild Rock is fast becoming a key destination for many ATV enthusiasts.