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Granger Lake Multi-Use Trails The Granger Lake Willis Creek Park Trails are open to hikers, bikers, and equestrian users.

OVERALL TRAIL USE:

- Use of trails is not permitted on scheduled hunt days.

- Trails are multi-use. Hikers and bikers always yield to equine and pass on equine's left.

- Do not block gate access. Overflow may park outside the back gate of the parking area. Vehicles are not permitted on the trails.

- Leave all gates as you found them. There are cows here. The parking area gate should be kept closed.

- Alcohol is not allowed on the trails.

- Quiet hours are in effect between 10 pm and 6 am.

- Ground fires are prohibited except in provided fire pits.

- Dogs must be on a leash at all times for the safety of others and to protect wildlife and cattle.

EQUESTRIAN USE:

- Proof of negative EIA (Coggins) test within the past 12 months is required for equine.

- It is best to stay on the trails. There are dump sites and wire on the ground in various areas.

- Approach other riders at a walk and ask permission of riders in front before passing.

- Keep equine out of the park area (north of equestrian parking area and main park road).

- Pick up or scatter all equine manure and hay in the parking area.

- Soap should not be used when washing equine.


Address: 7 mi E of Granger via FM 971 on the San Gabriel River
Phone: 512-859-2668
Our Email: CESWF-OD-GA@SWF02.USACE.ARMY.MIL
Willis Creek Equestrian Area

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