Horseback Riding

nonmotorized

Horses have a long history at the Park, as horses were used to herd cattle and almost certainly to plow the fields in earlier days, a practice resumed by Park farmers John and Lisa.

Today, horseback riders find the Park a welcoming recreational location. Due to sensitive nesting areas in the grassy fields and other environmental concerns, riders are asked to stay on the multi-purpose trails. Local riders report that cheerful cooperation is the norm when sharing the trails with walkers and bicyclists. It is the hope of both the Park board and local horseback riders to expand equestrian use of the Park, perhaps including group rides and other horse-centered activities and areas. If you trailer your park to the Park, please use the Kimtu parking lot where turnaround is easy.

For more information, you may contact local horsewoman Cindi Oney at cindi@asis.com, or during business hours at Just Rent It, 707-923-1414.