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Bob & Crystal Rilee Park Trails Work Party
The Rilees donated their property to ensure future equestrian communities access to natural spaces where horse and rider can enjoy the trails.
Saturday, April 8th, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm to further strengthen the equestrian community’s commitment to preserving equestrian access to this trail network.
Some of the Chemalem Parks and Recreation District officials intend to be present and we can get more done with our combined efforts and resolve.
Tools and water will be provided, but please come prepared with proper attire and gloves.
The park has committed to providing a porta-potty and Ryann will have a Kabota side-by-side in case anyone needs a ride to the trailhead.
Please congregate at the trailer parking and walk straight down to the first trailhead intersection (see red circles on map).
All are encouraged to stay afterward and mingle with fellow trail-riding enthusiasts over DIY lunch.
Being present and speaking up has certainly made a difference! Let’s keep the momentum going! Come learn about trail stewardship and prep our trails for summer riding!
From 99W, turn onto Haugen Road (right if driving north; left is driving south) and drive 2 miles to the stop sign, where Haugen intersects with Parrett Mt. Road. Turn right onto Parrett Mt. Road. After 1.5 miles, you will reach the small parking lot/trailer pull-out on your right, in a wooded area. Look for the CPRD rules and regulations trailhead sign, in the northwest corner of the lot. This is the only access point to this trail where horse trailer parking/loading/unloading is available.
Please note the Google map is based on the farmhouse address. The trailhead is half a mile before the farmhouse.