Destroyed by fire from an illegal "meth lab" in one of the connected cabins.
Photo taken by Mike Page in July 2010
Work crews began demolition of what remained of Horseshoe Camp. Even the courtyard trees are being removed. It is being razed to a completely empty lot.
I was finally able to get by the old Motel during daylight hours. It's pretty sad. Most of the stone walls still stand, though they are completely burned out. A couple gables of the office building's roof remain, but the main arch of the roof is collapsed inside. A row of 4 cabins on the opposite side of the lot are all that remain. Everything else appears to be a total loss.
At approximately 4 pm on April 22nd, 2014, a fire was reported at the Horseshoe Camp. The Main house, the office building, and 8 of the cabins have been destroyed by fire. There has been 1 arrest as of 8 pm on the same date. It seems one of the cabins was being used as a meth "lab", and a series of explosions started the fire. It's being reported locally as a total loss.