dedicated to preserving and promoting horseback riding and the use of pack animals on Michigan’s public lands. We support and promote multi-user trails and encourage all user groups to practice the principles of Leave No Trace.
Through the collective efforts of Michigan's Back Country Horsemen, State Representatives and Senators, Michigan's Right to Ride Bill, passed on April 1, 2010. We are a state wide organization and an affiliate of
his is This is not the complete group of volunteers-about 10 were not pictured...some had to leave early. Taken Saturday night before dinner! Over 15 different riding groups represented in this picture from all across the state, coming together for a common goal and the love of the area. Folks came from Ludington, Grass Lake, Battle Creek, Owosso, Alpena, Clare, Gladwin, Elkton, Kalkaska, McBain, Marlette, Mt. Pleasant, Grayling, Gaylord, Flushing, Davidson... — with Deanna Stamp, Darlene Alexander, Norma J. Laine, Renee, Pamela Gilkes Joslin, Barb Birdsley, Elaine Winkel, Chuck Fanslow, Jan Wolfin, Jane Croff, Melva Parker, James Venable,Larry and Judy Kleinhardt,Barb Curtis,Gary Gawn,Gale Jacobi,Jimmy Rosebeck,Dale Birdsley, Brad and Natalie Slater, Connie Kleinhardt,Ron Wolfin,Dave and Julie Culp, Jerry Cokewell, Judy Schlink,Kerry Mase, Carol Clute, Tom Parker,Bonnie Cornelius,Ron and Amelia Beyer,Jane Croff, Terri, Nick and Terry Onica,Melinda Gosdzinski, Jenny Horton,Gary and Vicki Reinhardt, Jessie Sheteron-lewis, Bill and Gail Jacobs and Rita Parsch. — at Pigeon River Country State Forest 2013 work bee.