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The Claiborne Camp is a primitive camping area set at the trailheads to all the Claiborne Trails. Vault restrooms and trash receptacles are provided. This is a designated OHV camp to provide access to the trails. This camp does not provide water.
The Loran/Claiborne Camp is provided for camping with ATV''s and motorcycles. The Claiborne trails is where over 500,000 troops trained for World War 2 and was the third largest city in Louisiana during those war years. The trails are available for ATV, motorcycle, and horse use. Hiking and biking are also allowed on the trail; however, they are primarily used for motorized and equestrian rider.
The Ahtus Melder Camp is the camp to be used by equestrian riders utilizing the Claiborne Trails. Camping is very primitive with no water available. There are trash receptacles and vault restrooms available, along with posted regulations and instructions at the day-use parking area which is right next to the campsites.
OHV''s must stay on the designated Claiborne trail. All cross-country (off-road, off-trail) travel by any motorized vehicle, including OHV''s, is prohibited. No mudding or destruction of resources is allowed. All paved and gravel roads are closed to non-street legal OHV''s. it is not legal to cut-donuts in roads or to ride road cut banks and fill slopes. It is also not legal for riders to cut their own trails.