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Minnesota has one of the top ten highest populations of horses in the country. If you have a horse and are looking for a place to ride, we have miles of scenic trails to choose from. Our natural woodlands and grasslands provide a beautiful setting for riders. You can even enjoy group horse camping in some of our parks!

When the summer horse trails are closed for the season, you can take advantage of winter riding opportunities at Murphy-Hanrehan and Crow-Hassan Park Reserves. See park pages for winter trail maps.

Where to find it

Trail Mileage & Status
Baker Park Reserve9; Closed
Carver Park Reserve9.2; Closed
Crow-Hassan Park Reserve15.3; Closed (Winter trails)
Elm Creek Park Reserve17.6; Closed
Lake Rebecca Park Reserve10.3; Closed
Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve13; Closed

What you need

Horseback Riding Passes
A pass is required for all riders age 12 and older. Three Rivers Park District does not rent horses.

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