TETRA Region 8 Granger Lake Ride
April 10, 2021 9-12
To comply with Covid-19 recommendations, we ask all attendees respect social distancing guidelines of 6 feet, frequently wash hands, and wear a mask when indoors or when distancing outdoors of 6 feet is not possible. Exception to masking at meals, 6 foot social distancing should be maintained.
Registration online at tetratrails.org. PayPal or by check. Cash is not accepted. Registered riders will receive an email with a release of liability to sign and bring to the ride.
If you have been recently exposed to someone with Covid-19, running a fever, have a cough, shortness of breath, experiencing loss of smell, or gastrointestinal illness, stay home.
This park trail-head and trails TETRA volunteers developed and continue to maintain. Trails don't just happen, TETRA does it!
Join us for this introductory ride. Great riding at Willis Creek Park trail head, Granger Lake. Enjoy sandy, meandering traveling through trees and open pastures. Livestock will be grazing, but they are used to horses. Several gates on the trails must be left as they are found.
Register for this ride at tetratrails.org There is no fee, but we require a Negative COGGINS and a release of liability.
9:00am Guided ride, maps available. Return to the trail head at noon. Snacks and bottled water will be available.
1:00PM ride on your own.
Directions: Highway 95, north of Taylor, continue north, past the intersection of HWY 29 at Circleville. Turn on CR 346, go to CR 348, turn right. Continue to the entrance of Willis Creek Park. Through the gate, proceed to the horse parking area, on the right. Overnight primitive camping or camping with hookups is available.
Please text Carol Belmont 512-577-0359 or Debra Sannwaldt 512-864-4336.