Kiger Wild Horse Viewing Area
Burns District | OR
Season Dates: 5/1 - 11/15
Southeastern Oregon is home to the Kiger Mustangs, considered one of the most pure herds of Spanish Mustangs in the west today. Visitors may catch a glimpse of these wild horses at several viewing sites in a habitat area covering 37,000 acres. NOTE: Trees and other vegetation have grown significantly within the viewing area since it was established. Viewing oppotunities from this location may prove unsuccessful.
From Burns, take State Highway 78 southeast for approximately 2 miles. Turn right onto State Highway 205 and travel south for 46 miles to the Diamond Junction. Turn left at the junction and travel approximately 11 miles to the town of Diamond. Approximately 3 miles past Diamond, turn right onto the Kiger Wild Horse Viewing Area access road. NOTE: The access road is narrow, rough, and often impassable in spring or after a storm. TRAVEL WITH CAUTION!