Trails are wet and closed. Please help us keep trails safe and don't create ruts that will freeze and be dangerous. Dippers and Shooting star are cleared of trees as of 2/11. There are trees reported on Long Creek and Riverside. Please report additional trees. Shower houses are closed for the season.

Horseback Riding

Our professional trail team is constructing six miles of equestrian trails that meander through the rolling hills in the river valley. In addition, fifteen miles of multi-use trails that provide some of the best vistas in Whiterock are open to equestrians. These new trails run through some areas where horseback riders have never been able to ride before. Parking for horse trailers will be available at the River campground and at the new Oak Ridge RV Campground/trailhead.

In order to reinforce the soft soils, many parts of the horse trails will have a covering of fine gravel. With use over time, this limestone will mix with the soil to create a longer lasting trail surface.

Trail use is $10 per horse per day to assist with trail maintenance and can be paid at any of the trail heads. Trails close when they are wet. You can find current trail conditions on the website homepage and on our Facebook page.

To connect with fellow equestrians, join the group Whiterock Conservancy Equestrian Trails.

Please remember, hikers and runners will be sharing the equestrian trails and the multi-use trails may also have bikers and gators. Please respect other users. Please stay on the trails.

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