Trail Conditions - Summer

 Horse Trail Conditions
 Mountain Bike Trail Conditions
 
Reforestation Camp Mountain Bike Trails:

 
  • Obey safe biking guidelines including wearing your helmet!Stay on marked trails!
  • Signal or sound off to horseback riders or hikers you encounter on the trails.
  • Follow trail signs and closures.
  • Be a good trail steward and remain off the trails after heavy rains.
  • Yield right-of-way to all trail users.
  • Attach pass to outer clothing or bike so the pass is visible at all times.
  • E-bikes are not allowed.
  • Report trail hazards, violations and incidents to County Park Staff.
.Mountain Bike Trail Conditions
 OPEN
4/9/24 - Cleanup of fallen trees and branches is complete and trail is mostly dry throughout. Small sticks and twigs may still be present on the trail occasionally as staff continue to clean up.

REMINDER: E-Bikes are not permitted on the Reforestation Camp mountain bike trails. 

Trail passes are required for all persons 16 years or older.  Daily and annual passes can be purchased online and also at the trailhead.
 

Neshota & Reforestation Camp Horse Trails:
  • Obey trail signs and closures; stay on marked bridle trails.Yield right-of-way to all trail users.
  • No grazing along trails.
  • Walk, trot, canter - no racing.
  • Attach pass to outer clothing or horse bridle so pass is visible at all times.
  • Report trail hazards, violations and incidents to County Park Staff.
  • Bring your own water.
  • Remove horse droppings from trail immediately.
Horse Trail Conditions:
 
Neshota:
OPEN
6/14/24 - Trails are open, enjoy!  

Trail passes are required for all persons 16 years or older.  Daily and annual passes can be purchased online and also at the trailhead.

Reforestation Camp
OPEN 
4/9/24 - Trail has been cleared of fallen trees and large branches.

​Trail passes are required for all persons 16 years or older.  Daily and annual passes can be purchased online and also at the trailhead.

REMINDER: The campground horse trail connector ends at the campground road. Only registered campers are permitted to enter the campground on horseback.