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  • Reehers Camp

    Reehers Camp

    Attention, equestrians!  We have a new trail at Reehers Camp!! In the fall of 2016, Tillamook State Forest staff and equestrian volunteers completed the Step Creek Loop, which has been under construction for several years.  For a while now, riders more
  • Battle Ground Lake State Park

    Battle Ground Lake State Park

    The year-round equestrian trails at Battle Ground Lake State Park take you through the park’s beautiful forest and allow you to ride loops of varying lengths.  The park also has a small horse camp.  And it’s only 4 miles from more
  • Tumalo Reservoir

    Tumalo Reservoir

    Tumalo Reservoir is one of my all-time favorite places to ride in spring and fall, when the high country is blanketed with snow.  50+ miles of riding 500 feet of elevation gain Highlights include ponderosa pine forest, Bull Creek, easy trails, more
  • Bullards Beach State Park

    Bullards Beach State Park

    If you love riding at the coast (and who doesn’t?), it’s tough to beat Bullards Beach State Park, near Bandon, Oregon.  You can stay in the park’s well-appointed horse camp, ride for miles on the wide, sandy beach, follow the more
  • Todd Creek Horse Camp

    Todd Creek Horse Camp

    The trails from Todd Creek Horse Camp offer some of the best scenic vistas anywhere in Central Oregon.  You’ll enjoy stunning mountain views, sparkling alpine lakes, rugged lava outcroppings, and pretty wildflowers on the banks of tumbling creeks. Located less more
  • Bob and Crystal Rilee Park

    Bob and Crystal Rilee Park

    Bob and Crystal Rilee Park is a delight for horseback riders.  When they were alive, the Rilees enjoyed making their beautiful Parrett Mountain Farm available for equestrian riding, either for a fee or for special events. After they died, the property more
  • Indian Heaven Wilderness from Placid Lake

    Indian Heaven Wilderness from Placid Lake

    The Indian Heaven Wilderness is a fabulous place to experience on horseback. With its beautiful forest and meadows, pristine lakes, occasional mountain views, extensive trail network, and horse-friendly terrain, there’s a lot to like in this southwest Washington wilderness area. more
  • Dry River Loop, Oregon Badlands Wilderness

    Dry River Loop, Oregon Badlands Wilderness

    The Dry River Loop, located in the Oregon Badlands Wilderness miles east of Bend, showcases ancient juniper trees, sagebrush, bunchgrass, and interesting lava outcroppings.  While many of the trails in the Oregon Badlands are very popular with hikers and dog more
  • Waldo Lake & Harralson Horse Camp

    Waldo Lake & Harralson Horse Camp

    For years I avoided riding at Waldo Lake because I’d heard that Harralson Horse Camp, the equestrian camping area near the lake, isn’t the greatest.  Boy, did I miss out on some fabulous riding because of that decision! It’s true more
  • Dibblee Point County Park

    Dibblee Point County Park

    There aren’t many places where you can ride your horse along the shore of the Columbia River.  But at Dibblee Point County Park in Rainier, Oregon, you can! Dibblee Point County Park 5 miles of equestrian trails 20 feet of more
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