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Horse Adventures

Celia, her horse Popo, and their friends go on weekend adventures that lead them through streams, brush, and sand to beautiful views of nature. This is what she has to say:

Celia and Popo"I love going on adventures with my horse and exploring new trails. I have the best view in the world! There are ton of places all around that are only a few hours out or closer. We are so lucky to have a place like WNEC where we are able to keep trailers. With the multiple arenas and round pens at WNEC, I am able to work with my horse and build trust before we hit the trails. We definitely will be hitting a new trail again soon." Celia

Click the small photos below to view their adventures:

Border Field State Park

Located within the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve, Border Field State Park is a short drive south of San Diego, California. It is a wildlife habitat for the Western Snowy Plover, the California Least Tern, the Light-footed Clapper Rail, and other threatened and endangered birds. The park provides horseback riding, hiking, and bird watching opportunities. Be alert for inshore holes and rip currents. Park details can be found here...

Chino Hills State Park

With 90 miles of trails, Chino Hills State Park offers hiking, bicycle riding, and horseback riding. Visitors living in the LA Basic can enjoy solitude just a short drive away. Park details can be found here...

Hidden Valley Wildlife Area

Hidden Valley Wildlife Area runs along the Santa Ana River, in Riverside County, California, and features hiking trails, equestrian trails, bird walks, nature camps, and more. Visit the Nature Center here...

Marshall Canyon Trail

Starting at Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park, Marshall Canyon Trail runs through the City of La Verne, providing access to trails above La Verne and Claremount, California. The trails include flat lands in urban areas and foothills in natural settings. Trail details can be found here...

Parmount Ranch

Paramount Pictures filmed movies on this ranch in the Santa Monica starting in 1923. Over the following decades, the ranch changed hands and continued to be a filmmaking location through 1997. Bob Hope, Gary Cooper, Claudette Colbert, Sandra Bullock are some of the stars featured in movies filmed at this location. Today it offers scenic hikes, equestrian and mountain bike trails, with red-tailed hawks, woodpeckers, and a Western Town. Paramount Ranch history and details can be found here...

Point Mugu State Park

Located in the Santa Monica Mountains of Southern California, Point Mugu State Park features more than 70 miles of hiking trails and five miles of ocean shoreline. Details about this park can be found here...

Rancho Cuyamaca State Park

Rancho Cuyamaca State Park is East of San Diego, California and offers camping and over 100 miles of trails for hiking, horses, and bicyles. Trails wind through woodland forest and meadows with creeks, to breathtaking views of desert and sea. Details about this park can be found here...

Santa Margarita County Preserve

Part of the San Diego, California, Multiple Species Conservation Program, Santa Margarita County Preserve offers picturesque scenery, a lush river corridor, wildlife sightings including raptors, deer, and other mammals. The trails are open for horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking. Read more about this preserve here...

Wildwood Canyon

Located in the eastern foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, above Yucaipa, Wildwood Canyon offers panoramic views, grasslands, century-old live oak, and hundreds of species of wildlife and plants. Bring your binuculars! Canyon details can be found here...

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