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  • Hyatt Lake Recreation Area

    Hyatt Lake Recreation Area

    Southern Oregon’s Hyatt Lake Recreation Area is a fun destination for equestrians.  From Hyatt Lake Horse Camp, you can ride north and south on the Pacific Crest Trail, exploring the fascinating Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, the Wildcat Hills, Green Springs Mountain,

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  • Corral Flat

    Corral Flat

    Corral Flat, a dispersed camping area in the Ochoco Mountains about 30 miles northeast of Prineville, Oregon, is a beautiful place to ride and camp.  But it’s not for everybody.  The terrain is horse-friendly, the trails are easy, and the

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  • Sam Brown Horse Camp

    Sam Brown Horse Camp

    Sam Brown Horse Camp, located 29 miles west of Grants Pass, is nestled between steep ridges in the beautiful and historical Briggs Valley. In the 1850s and 1860s, the Briggs Valley was a hotbed of gold mining activity.  The town

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  • Carpenter Bypass Trails

    Carpenter Bypass Trails

    Local equestrians have ridden for decades on the Carpenter Bypass trails located south of Eugene, Oregon.  So, when the BLM gave a mountain biking group permission to develop an exclusive bike trail system here, the equestrians were stunned.  They didn’t

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  • Brooks Memorial State Park

    Brooks Memorial State Park

    At one time, Brooks Memorial State Park in south central Washington had an extensive network of equestrian trails, but sadly, they fell into disuse and became overgrown.  Lucky for all of us, in recent years park managers have teamed up

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  • Capitol State Forest

    Capitol State Forest

    If you’ve never been to Capitol State Forest, you’re missing out.  The Forest has a whopping fifty miles of horse-friendly trails that run through beautiful woods.  And despite its location only five miles south of Olympia, you’ll feel like you’re

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  • Arnold Ice Cave Loop

    Arnold Ice Cave Loop

    The Arnold Ice Cave Loop is a fun trail in the Deschutes National Forest, just south of Bend, Oregon.  The loop takes you to Arnold Ice Cave and Charcoal Cave, past interesting lava outcroppings, through pretty ponderosa forest, and across

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  • North Crater Trailhead

    North Crater Trailhead

    As its name suggests, North Crater Trailhead is on the northern edge of Crater Lake National Park.  From the Trailhead, you can ride north on the Pacific Crest Trail into the beautiful Mt. Thielsen Wilderness.  You can go south into

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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

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  • 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

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