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Our MissionWe build and maintain horse camps and trails for Oregon. Works to ensure that public lands remain open to recreational equestrian use We promote education of equestrian and other groups in the use of Leave No Trace, and riding etiquette We link equestrians by relating news that impacts all Oregon Equestrian users
Our ChaptersWe have 11 local chapters throughout Oregon.Our chapters are key to our success through their efforts with our limited resources of time and people we work to fulfill our Mission.Each chapter strives to keep their actions and activities relating directly to the mission set forth the OET founders, Also offering family-oriented events, rides, and campouts for members.
Make Friends and Make a DifferenceMeet fun people through our organized trail rides, campouts and work parties.Your new friends will help you uncover and find the best trails to ride.Help your OET friends to build and maintain great places to ride and camp.Help us to voice our equestrian rights to always ride on public lands.
Member BenefitsNew members receive the OET Guidebook - Includes horse camp and trail information, and Map References.Access to OET Trail Mail - An online tool offering an open forum for discussion of equine topics.Riders' Roundup Monthly Newsletter - Read articles about equestrian news, reviews of favorite camps and trails.Be part of our 50-year history of ensuring Oregon trails and campgrounds on public lands still hold a place for all Equestrians.
Our StoryIn 1970, a group of dedicated horsemen and women met to form OET.To solve the growing resistant towards equestrians using Oregon's public trails and camps.Today our challenge is to maintain safe equestrian access on our public lands in harmony with other user groups through education.The OET video helps to further explain what Oregon Equestrian Trails is all about. Click to watch it. AboutUsChaptersOur MissionOur StoryMembershipBenefits
“Volunteers are not paid—not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless!”-Anonymous
OET’s mission is to keep horse camps and trails not only open but useable! We do this in cooperation with Oregon State Parks, Oregon Dept. of Forestry (ODF), USFS and many other agencies and land managers!!
Oregon State Parks 100 years!
Our Oregon State Parks are celebrating 100 years~you will see many opportunities across all of the parks throughout our state. Check out their website!
WHAT’S NEW & EXCITING IN OET?
Enjoy our many events! Find riding partners and learn first hand about trails and horse camps all over Oregon. Come play with great groups and enjoy your horse to the fullest!
Our calendar of events also has information about each chapter’s monthly meeting. Come join us!
Find a Chapter Near You
There are many great volunteer opportunities throughout the organization. You can join a committee, help with welcoming members, be a chapter officer and of course, ride and camp!
NCOET/North Coast – CCOET/Columbia County – NWOET/Northwest – WVOET/West Valley – NVOET/North Valley – MVOET/Mid Valley – EOET/Eugene – MHOET/Mt Hood – CEOET/Central Oregon – ROET/Roseburg – SFOET/Silver Falls
Our monthly newsletter full of great articles and lots of timely information including what’s happening in different areas of Oregon in our chapters!
You can choose to receive a hard copy or get one each month in your email. When you are a member.
Our chapters have Annual Prize Rides, Poker Rides Fundraising rides, Educational Speakers, New Years rides, Horseback Easter Egg Hunts, Christmas parties and that’s just to name a few!
Horse Camp Annual Maintenance as well as Trail maintenance and Blazing Trails are all available if you wish to join in.
Each Chapter has Events and Projects throughout the year.
2022 will be a great year for Equestrians and Horse Lovers!
Crater Lake will have some new horse trails for you to try out in the Summer. Milo McIver in Estacada is a year around horse trail with great amenities! There will be Scavenger Hunt there in August put on by the North Valley Chapter! Check out our calendar in the drop down menu above. Our Chapters have a monthly meeting almost every month of the year.
Questions? Call 503-908-4461 for more information.
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