Forested trail and old dirt road. There will be some rock but no mountains to climb. The trail ride is a great way to learn about this fun sport!
The ride is held at Lily Glen Horse Camp in Group spots A and B. There will be limited corrals. There is ample parking along the meadow with trees along the perimeter. Stallions must be double tied. Electric fencing is not recommended.
All VEHICLES must cool down before parking on grass. This is an ODF requirement!
Your ride entry allows entry to Howard Prairie Lake Campground. There are HOT SHOWERS, cold beer, ice, snacks and a restaurant. Or jump in the lake for a swim!
Head Vet: DVM Ferguson
Ride Meeting: 7 PM Friday. Bring your Trail Map to mtg.
Saturday Dinner: We provide Entree and Garlic Bread. Please bring something to add to the table like a side salad or desert.
Ride Manager: Joy Trevey Lowell
A special Thanks to Butte Falls Ranger District and the BLM for their partnership with this event!
From Central Oregon:
Take Hwy 97 south, turn right onto Hwy 138, turn left onto Hwy 62, (Medford), take Hwy 140 to FS Rd. 37, (approx 27 plus miles), turn right onto FS Rd. 37 follow it to Dead Indian Memorial Rd. turn right toward Ashland, follow signs to camp, look for camp on the left.
From Klamath Falls:
Take Hwy 66 to Clover Creek Rd. (before Keno) turn right and proceed to Dead Indian Memorial Rd. Turn left and continue to Lily glen on your left.
From I-5 Medford:
Exit I-5 at Hwy 62, drive east to Hwy 140, turn right and follow to FS Rd 37. turn right and stay on this to Dead Indian Memorial Rd. Turn Right continue for about 4 miles, Lily Glen Horse Camp will be on your left.
Steeper route. Take exit 14, turn east toward Klamath Falls on Hwy 66 for one half mile, then turn left onto Dead Indian Memorial Rd. Continue for approximately 18 plus miles to Lily Glen Horse Camp, turn right into Camp