attention: in compliance with the cdc guidelines we require all visitors to have a mask on the property. non-members must have a visit pass, and members must display membership cards on dashboard.
please read our reopening guidelines before your visit.
- Face masks or coverings are required at Reflection Riding, even outside, when you cannot stay six feet apart from others.
- Members are NO LONGER required to have a Visit Pass; just put your membership card on your dashboard and park in the member lot or gravel lot outside the main gates. Member parking: park in either the main lot when open, the member lot, or the gravel lot outside the gates.
- All visitors MUST have a Visit Pass during Phase One of our reopening. Print the confirmation page and put it in the windshield of your car for your entire visit. Visitor parking: park in the main lot when open or in the gravel lot outside the main gates. Please do not park in the member lot.
- All facilities and buildings remain closed, including restrooms.
- The main parking lot is open 10am to 4pm Tuesday through Friday to members for free, and to visitors with a Visit Pass. Purchase a timed entry pass here.
- The plant nursery is open 9am to 3pm Tuesday through Saturday.
- The main parking lot is closed Sunday and Monday, but parking outside the gates is open to members and visitors with a Visit Pass.
- Our campus is open for outdoor activity from sunrise to sunset.
- Please follow the rules below to keep everyone as safe as possible.
Guiding principle: leave no trace
Given the current situation, we need our members and the public to do their part. Please come prepared and take anything you bring in with you back out with you.
Everything else is closed and has been taped off:
- Buildings, the boardwalk, the Native Animal enclosures, the Pavilion, the Gazebo, and the barn are closed.
- Creek access is closed due to damage from storms and floods.
- Any touchable surface like play equipment, buildings, benches, door handles, bathrooms, and portable bathrooms are closed.
- PLEASE NOTE: bathrooms are closed and there is no access to drinking water. If you plan to visit, especially with children, please be prepared.
want to volunteer?
Because of limited staff and no volunteers during closure, you will notice that the property needs some work. We are doing our best to get through the maintenance backlog safely, quickly, and efficiently. If you'd like to volunteer, let Bess Turner, our Outreach Coordinator, know by email at [email protected]
- If you are sick or feeling not great, stay home.
- Obey all local, state, and federal orders.
- Keep a safe distance from others, at least six feet apart.
- Stay on familiar trails — this is not a good time to get hurt or lost.
- Respect closures and closed areas.
- A muddy trail is a closed trail, no matter what.
- Check updates before you come — things change every day.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water or use hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Sneeze or cough into a tissue or the inside of your elbow.
- Disinfect frequently-used items and surfaces as much as possible.
- Use face coerings when anyone is in your line of site on the property.
Thank you for your ongoing support! We are thrilled to have you back on the property. In order to make being open work, we need to be able to do it profitably and with limited staff and volunteers. Please consider a donation today to support our recovery work.
Members Have Year-Round Daylight Access
To honor our year-round supporters, we encourage sustaining members of all levels to access our 317 acres from dawn until dusk. Members can park outside the gate and walk onto our natural landscape for pre or post-work hikes, bike rides, runs, and more.