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anyone who wanted to ride laurel hill wma but never made it there

here is the perfect opportunity to ride the trails at laurel hill wildlife mgmt area. july 25 you're invited to a trailride fundraiser event with games and refreshments. this is a chance to ride the trails that you now you have been meaning to and havent made it there yet. they are shaded trails mostly by creeks. they are marked and maps are available. plus a scavengerhunt and photo opps for your horse by nathaniel to raise money for his trip to national youth leadership conferenc in washington dc. contact p_bass@bellsouth.net for more info

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Comment by patty bass on July 23, 2009 at 10:26am
Dana, i will be there before 8am, signing in will be 8 - 9(to pick up scavenger hunt llists etc)and everyone will most likely be ontrail 9ish or so. parking at the squirrell camp lot(artemisLN), get there off hwy64. hope to see you there. Patty B
Comment by Greg Hall on July 3, 2009 at 11:38am
I live not 10 minutes from Laurel Hill. Been there countless times. It is alot better to ride now than it was in the begining. I was one of the first people to ride there.Trails are more wore down now. It is a very nice place. Lots and Lots of trails, that are plain easy to see without a map. Right now, trails are dry and only wet around the creek crossings and a few springs. It's a nice place to spend a day!!! I also have several other places to ride close by my house, have room for a few trailers here on my farm (no hook-up available) if someone wanted to stay over night. All I ask is give me some notice and don't steal me blind!!! You can contact me here till we get to know each other...Happy Trails!!!
Comment by patty bass on June 28, 2009 at 9:25pm
the trails all seem to dry off quickly exceppt right down by the creeks there is some muddy places. i enjoy riding there and a map isnt needed to stay on trail. hope to see you all there.
Comment by Kari K on June 28, 2009 at 7:15pm
Laurel Hill is one of the prettiest places I've ridden. A must see if you are w/in driving distance. Some hills and trails next to drop offs, but nothing a good horse can't manage easily.
Comment by Gale on June 27, 2009 at 6:35pm
I rode at Laurel Hill this past Thursday.. IT WAS GREAT !! NOTHING DANGEROUS or some of the crazy stuff at Many Cedars.. just good old fashioned woods riding... there are spots of deep mud and you gotta watch out for holes.. but the trails are EXCELLENT.. easy to find your way around without a map

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