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We Are Dedicated Equestrians.

Oregon Equestrian Trails is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose members are dedicated to designing, building, promoting, preserving, and maintaining horse camps and trails in Oregon. For over forty years, we've worked to ensure that horse trails and camps throughout our state remain accessible to riders now and in the future.

OET members promote LNT ethics, outdoor ethics, campground etiquette, and trail etiquette. In addition to our outdoor contributions, OET members also maintain ongoing communication with various governmental agencies to ensure continued equestrian access on public lands now and for future generations of equestrians.

Become an OET Member.

HELP KEEP SIGNS LIKE "NO HORSES ALLOWED" FROM APPEARING AT YOUR FAVORITE TRAILS AND CAMPSITES. JOIN US IN OUR MISSION TO KEEP OREGON'S TRAILS ENJOYABLE FOR EVERYONE.
Members receive our newsletter, Riders' Roundup, access to our group email - Trail Mail- along with the extraordinary 2013 OET Guidebook, filled with hundreds of pages of trail, horse camp and member information, safety tips, Leave No Trace practices, Trail Etiquette and more.
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Members click here to request the latest OET Trail Guide.

Chapter Spotlight.

In both 2009 and 2010 the Mid Valley Chapter won the Jack Peasley Award. This award honors the chapter with the most Field Service hours in that year. Wow! Over 2000 volunteer hours 2 years in a row.

Congratulations to our Mid-Valley Chapter!

Joel Starr holds a tailgate safety discussion before
a work party in the Willamette National Forest.

Can't find what you're looking for?
  • Want to know the OET members in your area? Find chapter information on the OET Chapters page, or check out the OET Chapter Map.
  • Need to know how to get on Trail Mail or have questions? See the updated Trail Mail information.
  • Looking for a schedule of events? Check out the Calendar.
  • Your a member and would like to get the 2013 OET Trail Guide Book.
  • Want to find lists of trail maps, Leave No Trace camping information and other resources? Click on Links & Resources.
  • Interested in equine issues being considered by the legislature? Click Legislature.
  • Find a list of our officers at OET Officers, or send us a message at Contact Us.

Check the current Trail Report

PLEASE HELP KEEP THE TRAIL Report Updated!
Send trail information to
VP OF FIELD SERVICES