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 was donated to Chehalem Park and Recreation District to prevent it from being developed. One of the conditions of the donation was that equestrian access be maintained, so now you can ride at Rilee Park anytime, for free!
Some of the trails travel through shady, stream-carved ravines.
13+ miles of equestrian trails
500 feet of elevation gain
Highlights include: forested trails, trails around farm fields, and stunning views of Mt. Hood
Heading out on Dani’s Field Loop. That’s Mt. Hood straight ahead.
The trails at Rilee Park go around agricultural fields and up and down the stream-carved ravines that surround the fields.
Some of the trails at Rilee Park go around the perimeter of agricultural fields.
Day use parking is free. Camping is not allowed.
The parking area at Rilee Park is huge, and can accommodate many horse trailers.
Rilee Park is located in Wilsonville, Oregon, on the top of Parrett Mountain.
For more information about riding at Bob and Crystal Rilee Park, see Riding Northwest Oregon Horse Trails by Kim McCarrel, (Ponderosa Press, 2017). Available at www.NWhorsetrails.com.