we require all visitors AND MEMBERS to have a mask WITH THEM. non-members must have a visit pass in their dashboard. members must display membership card or Letter on dashboard.


please read our reopening guidelines before your visit.

  • Face masks are required at Reflection Riding. They must be worn even outside, when others are in your line of sight.
  • Members do NOT need a Visit Pass; just put your membership card or letter on your dashboard and park in the member lot or any other open parking lot.
  • All visitors must purchase a visit pass. Print the confirmation page and put it in the dash of your car for your visit. Visitors may park in open lots, but please do not park in the member lot just outside the main gate.
  • Our indoor spaces are closed, our outdoor spaces are open.
  • Members may visit from sunrise to sunset; visitors may visit during the window indicated on their visit pass.
  • Please follow the rules below to keep everyone as safe as possible.

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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.

what's open

All outdoor areas are open. This means:

  • Our trails
  • The loop and meadow roads for walking
  • The pasture and the meadows
  • You can find a map of our trails and roads here.

what's closed

All indoor spaces are closed. This means spaces like:

  • Buildings
  • Animal enclosures
  • The Pavilion

want to volunteer?

As of February, we are ready to welcome back individual volunteers and those in groups smaller than 10, working only outdoors. If you'd like to volunteer, let Bess Turner, our Outreach Coordinator, know by email at [email protected]

covid-19 guidelines

  • 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.
  • Wear a mask when anyone is in your line of site on the property.

thank you!

Thank you for your ongoing support! 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. Thank you!

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