Camp & Trail Rules
Long C Trials offers clean, family fun!
Every person entering Long C Trails is required to stop at the office first.
Upon arrival, you will be required to sign a waiver form for each and every person, no matter what age.
No alcohol: if we see it, you must leave. No refund.
No loud profanity or behavior which would be offensive.
Proof of current negative Coggins test required. The Coggins test is the test for detecting antibodies for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA), a viral disease of members of the equine family (horses, burros, and mules, but not llamas). The test is required by all states for equines crossing state lines. Recently the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) joined the states in promulgating this requirement.
You are totally responsible for the safety and conduct any animals you bring to Long C Trails.
Ride your horse slowly in the campground.
Horses may not be tied to trees for long periods of time: riders will be fined for damages.
No smoking in barns or inside cabins.
Quiet in camp by midnight.
Please do not litter: help us keep a really neat place for you.
Please do not do anything which would endanger yourself or other visitors.
We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave without a refund.
If you have to open a gate, please close it back.
Stay on marked trails.
Maximum camping time allowed is two weeks.