A DNR vehicle permit is required to park on State Land. Effective 10/1/2010 a new Recreation Passport will be available for entry to all State Parks for $12 when you renew your vehicle license plate.
Under the Michigan equine activity liability act, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in an equine activity resulting from the inherent risk of the equine activity.
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PTRA has created an Adopt-a-Trail program to ensure our trails remain in great shape for riders. If you would like to help, gather a group of friends, or volunteer and we'll assign you to a forming group for a section of trail.
Volunteers will be responsible for clearing back overgrowth and can choose to care for the downfall or not, this is not a requirement for Adopt-a-Trail. PTRA will continue to mow all the trails also, so we just need volunteers to keep the overgrowing jungle at bay.
Please feel free to post your workdays on the trails on our facebook group to ask for any additional help as needed.
It feels good to help out in this way. Thank you so much to all who have volunteered to help!
1 – Shady Lane Farm – Chris Harman, Lynn Perry, Michelle Lamarato, Brenda Badour, Sally Schifle
2- Dianne Martin, Fredd, Tanner Ziobron
3 – Amy Scharmen, Roger Burgdolf, Kristine Brickey
4 – Mystic Meadows Training, Suzy Wyckoff, Dawn King
5 – Susan Hanawalt, Bob Ogilvy
6 – Shannon, Shelby, John Powers
7- Edna, Steve, Niki, Ashley Money, Barb Dunn, Wendy Golding
8 - Karen Pesonen, Mary Pisko, Nancy and Robert Holden
9 – Heavenly Horse Stables, Jenn Gay
10 – Sue Armstrong, Ray Armstrong
Don’t know the trails or have not cleared trail before? No problem, we are here to help you get started.
Thank you, we are excited to put this plan into action!!
Please contact PTRA for more information.