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Our East Bay Hills are beautiful. We have some of the best riding country in the world, with over 1,200 miles of trails in the largest of all U.S. urban park systems. But we do not take this good fortune for granted. The East Bay Parks were once closed to equestrians, and
TWHA was formed to reopen them. From time to time new controversies threaten our access to some of our best trails, and development threatens local stables and pastures.

TWHA advocates for the equestrian lifestyle in the East Bay — places to keep our horses, parks to ride in, trails to ride on, safety, parking for horse trailers, and solidarity among equestrians.

We provide social resources and events to bring equestrians together. We raise funds that go to trail improvement and maintenance, and to raising awareness of our concerns with park management. Over the last 10 years our popular East Bay Hills Ride has attracted equestrians from all over California and raised $150,000 to support our parks and trails, which in turn has given us a credible voice with the East Bay Park District.

10% discount at local tack shops!
Parties! Rides! Campouts! Trail work days!

Please join us, and lend a hand if you can:
  
Online Membership Form
  
Mail-In Membership Form
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