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Just a heads up. If you plan on getting there early and setting up before the (check-in time) so you can do a day ride, you will be charged for another day. If you want to ride your last day, you have to vacate your site before check-out or pay for another day or move your rig to the day riders area. This raises other issues, if you brought extra horses that would be extra charges for stalling or picketing. Then we have the dog, now you're more likely to get a dog stole tied to you rig in the day area or attacked by another dog running loose.  This applies to camp ground or the cabins.  One fellow rider had reservations for Friday and Saturday night, but wasn't able to make it Friday (also let them know they wasn't) was still charged for Friday. Many Cedar is one of my favorite places. Love the trails and one of the best camp grounds, large lots with shade. As I said just a heads up. Be safe and ride ride ride

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Comment by Jeanne Abel on June 23, 2014 at 11:48pm

Anita, the latest on Many Cedars is that a nephew of the owners, the Barnes, is going to run it and it is still for sale. The flood ruined all of the sites on the river and they are going to move those sites to the center. The trails are in good shape. Tommy is coming home for a 3 weeks stay this coming Sat. and he says "Hi".

Comment by Anita Johnson on June 23, 2014 at 9:47pm

hey, Tommy, since that ownership has now left due to flooding,  do you if that still applies.  I forgot who they said was going to manage the campground now...we are calling tomorrow with questions...Jerry & anita Johnson

Comment by Tommy Riddle on May 28, 2014 at 10:22am
This really stinks. We were there last week and was told if we rode till 2pm it's 1/2 a day or till 4pm it's a full day fee. They claim if you camp the riding is free. That's only if your going to ride 2 hrs. A short ride for us is 4 hrs. We want be riding there as often either. I know they're trying to run a business but why camp there if you can't ride a least one full day
Comment by Theresa Edwards on May 27, 2014 at 10:17pm
I asked about parking in the day ride area, so we could ride the second day. I was told we still needed to be gone by 2pm instead of 12. Just not worth it to camp there anymore. We used to camp several times a year there, not anymore.

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