Things to Explore

Coyle Butte Loop & Corral Flat

The Coyle Butte Loop trail departs from Corral Flat, a dispersed camping area off Forest Road 2630.  It’s a fun 10-mile loop that follows part of the route of an annual endurance ride, running through lush meadows and open ponderosa pine forest.  Wildflowers abound in early summer.  The trail is a combination of forest roads and single-track trails and has little elevation change, so it’s an easy ride.  However, the trail isn’t signed so it’s essential that you carry a map and compass or map and GPS and know how to use them.

You can also camp at Corral Flat, a dispersed camping area off Road 2630.  It has flat campsites but no amenities, so you’ll need to bring your own stock water and portable corral or highline.   

Directions

  • To reach the Corral Flat dispersed camping area, take Hwy. 26 east from Prineville for 29 miles. Just after the 48-mile post, turn right on Road 2630 toward Marks Creek Sno-Park. Drive 1.9 miles and turn right on Road 201, a dirt road that runs beside a large meadow bordered by a rail fence. Continue 0.1 mile to the parking/camping area.

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