THE EQUESTRIAN CENTER WILL OPEN FOR THE SEASON ON JUNE 19 AND BOARDING WILL BEGIN JUNE 1, CONDITIONS PERMITTING. COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR THE 2021 SEASON IS BEING FINALIZED AND WILL BE UPDATED SOON.
All visitors should wear long pants and close-toed shoes. We do not permit sandals, Tevas or flip-flops on the grounds. Wear sensible clothing that you don’t mind getting a little dusty. Tennis shoes are acceptable for trail and pony rides. We don’t recommend hiking boots because they tend to get caught in the stirrups. Sunscreen and mosquito repellent are recommended and can be purchased in our souvenir shop.
Helmets are mandatory for all riders and are provided free of charge. Riders may bring their own certified riding helmet if they choose.
Bits and Pieces Souvenirs
Our souvenir shop is open seven days a week and carries Breyer model-horse toys, t-shirts, hats, sweatshirts, sunscreen, insect repellent, water bottles and an assortment of basic horse accessories.
Horseback Riding With Your Own Horse at Tahoe Donner
Equestrians who wish to bring their own horses and ride the Tahoe Donner Trail System – and are not boarding at the Equestrian Center – must call in advance at (530) 587-9471. There is a trail fee of $15 per horse payable in the main office. Riders may pull back into the Equestrian Center, follow the signs for public riders and unload their horses. Trailer parking is located at the south end of Alder Creek Adventure Center, or you may park on the street.
Thank you for visiting Tahoe Donner Equestrian Center. View our safety tips online before coming out for a trail ride. Please call (530) 587-9470 or email email@example.com with questions.