Horseback riders are welcome to bring their horses and ride on the numbered roads (01-11) in our Backcountry Area. The roads are shared with 4-wheel drive vehicles, bicycles and hikers.
As a visitor to the Preserve you are required to follow certain rules designed to ensure the health and safety of everyone and to promote a pleasant and rewarding backcountry experience. We all have a responsibility to respect the environment, therefore, leave no trace of your passing.
We do not require permits for horses.
We have two parking lots to park and unload your horses, the Hunters Check Station and the County Road 295 Parking Lot.
Hunters Check Station
County Road 295 Parking Lot
Contact our office if you need a map of the area.
Did You Know?
Camping is only allowed in our Backcountry Area. There are three primitive campsites in the Backcountry Area; Billy's Ford, Hartline Ford and Slant Rock. One group per site. No reservations are required.