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Equestrian Design Guidebook for Trails, Trailheads, and Campgrounds

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Hancock, Jan ; Vander Hoek, Kim K. Jones; Bradshaw, Sunni; Coffman, James D.; Engelmann, Jeffrey. 2007. Equestrian Design Guidebook for Trails, Trailheads, and Campgrounds. 0723 2816. Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Missoula Technology and Development Center. 312 p.

This guidebook provides information for developing trails, trailheads, and campgrounds that are sensitive to the needs of riders and their animals. The emphasis is on highly developed facilities and programs such as those in urban, rural, and some wildland areas. The information presented can be adapted for a variety of settings and levels of development, as well as jurisdictional requirements.

Keywords: Accessibility, arenas, bridges, bridle paths, campgrounds, corrals, Equidae, equines, facilities, Federal Highway Administration, fences, fencing, fords, gates, highlines, hitch rails, horse camps, horse riders, horses, latches, master plans, mules, multiple use, packstock, parking areas, parks, picket lines, planning, recreation, recreational facilities, round pens, shared use, staging areas, surface treatments, tethering rails.

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