WELCOME TO THE MAYBURY TRAIL RIDERS WEB SITE
Our fall ride - Maybury Spooktacular was a huge success. A record number of riders - close to 30 costume clad riders joined the fun. Thank you to everyone for your support!!!!! see photos
Thank you to Eagle Scout candidate Akash Patel who organized a crew of 16 Boy Scouts and their family members to trim and make the necessary culvert repairs on the Maggie Trail. This included bringing in crushed limestone for the decking and a sturdier upstream brace. Thank you also to Maybury State Park, for sending this scout our way, your help and especially the use of your Gator in for this project. We could not have moved that stone so efficiently!!!
As of Monday, June 11, 2018, the west side equestrian entrance is now locked and you will need the lock code to enter. If you are an equestrian who wants to enter and exit the park on horseback using this entrance, please call the park at 248-349-8390 to register and to obtain the code. Please note that this code is not to be shared with others.
IF YOU SEE A BIKE ON THE TRAIL - PLEASE CALL THIS #:
1-800-292-7800. Make note of the letter of the trail that you are on. You can also file a RAP Complaint Form.
Please keep a look out and BE SURE TO SIGN IN when you ride in the park. Hopefully this data can build the case for grant funding and other resources.
EMERGENCY VET CONTACT NOW AVAILABLE
Thanks to former President, now Member at Large,
Cindy Kessler an Emergency Vet Contact is available for the park. Feel free to call this vet and the Park in case of Emergency.
MAYBURY STATE PARK EMERGENCY VETERINARY CONTACT
DR. HILLARY LOBAR 248-707-1098
Park Office 248-348-8390
Enjoy all the new amenities Maybury has to offer Trail Riders.
To protect and maintain a safe and fun environment for all horse trail riders in Maybury State Park. After your visit to our web page, please plan a visit to the park to see the new staging area!
To our fellow trail riders, please keep in mind the following -
because of the Maybury Trail Riders, you and your horse benefit from:
•Running water available in the staging area •Designated horse trail entrances on west & north side of park •Organized trail rides throughout the year
• Increased horse trailer parking, improved staging area and coming soon - bridge crossing on the west side of the park.
The park does not assess an additional* fee for using these trails. Please consider joining us or even making a donation. Continuation of these improvements are helped made possible through your membership or contribution.
*Recreation Passport required for entry.