Finger Lakes National Forest: Backbone Horse Camp Professional Review and Guide
"Small, shady, and semiprivate, Backbone Horse Camp is intended for riders looking to explore the multiuse trails in Finger Lakes National Forest. The amenities here are very basic. And while there is no fee to use these sites, it is necessary to obtain a free permit at the campground. In addition to trash cans, picnic tables, and fire rings, each spot also has tie posts for horses. Sites are first come, first served and share three vault toilets on the premises. The pond nearby may be used for watering horses. A short drive west from the campground leads to a number of wineries on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail. Taughannock Falls State Park is due east."