Land Conservancy SLO SEALS THE DEAL ON PISMO PRESERVE! $12 Million Raised in the Nick of Time! Now let us work together to build the trails. November 22nd is the day for trail building training. We have an opportunity contribute to trail building in a community effort, as we learn and work side by side with hikers and bikers. In the afternoon of November 22nd we will set foot on the Pismo Preserve as volunteers! Equestrian input can only make the trails better for our rides, so sign up and join in this effort now!
See the view of the Pacific from the Pismo Preserve. Next fall we will ride up there to see it in person! Those who sign up for trail school will get to go up on work parties before the official opening!
We had a great time camping last spring at Lopez Lake County Park! See slideshow here:
Ride Nipomo is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equestrian interests in South San Luis Obispo County, located on the central coast in California. Nipomo itself is a small, but very old, historic ranchland country nestled at the foot of a mountain range. We include members from all over who value the trails, the fun and the community building of this alliance.We work to maintain a healthy equine community and keep up existing riding trails. We actively seek the establishment and recognition of new trails as properties are developed and the area grows. An additonal goal is to ensure Nipomo continues to remain a horse "friendly" community while the personality of our community evolves with new developement.
Constant meetings with Planning and Zoning, as well as local community groups are necessary to maintain good relationship and keep reminding them that we moved here to be in an area where we CAN ride our horses! Our Board is active with these groups and continue to follow development by attending many meetings, and encourage the continuance of our existance. Each time a new development comes in, our officers make sure that horse access is considered.
Our event signs were donated by Robin McDonald of Avila Sign & Design (select image above for websight!)
Not only that, but also many members get out and physically dig, shovel, rake, haul chips to build and maintain trails not only on the roadsides but also in the developments that have trails designed into their community. Many hours are donated annually and we are always looking for more eager trail lovers to help us!
Work days and ride days are planned throughout the year - become a member or renew and check our newsletter for articles, updates and lots of riding information! Check out our Sponsors page for services of all kinds!
We still have some Ride Nipomo Shirts available in varying colors. Please call if you are interested in one. They are extremely reasonable.
Also we have some Ride Nipomo Saddle (or not) Purses available. Made by Artisan Karyn Cleary. $25.00 for larger ones, & $15.00 for the smaller ones. The purses will be available in two weeks, email email@example.com at that time. Money made from these goes into our trail maintenance, newsletters, & our website. Hopefully these will make excellent Christmas presents, or good friend gifts.
As most of are Ride Nipomo members know, Heacock trailers has always been here to service and repair your horse trailers needs. As of this last September we are pleased to be your local Sundowner Trailer dealer.
For those of you that have been on the fence thinking of that new trailer, we are offering tremendous savings on not only are 2014 models in stock, we also are offering the same great savings on 2015 and special order trailers through the 1st of the year. Take advantage of these Fall specials. Sundowner is now all aluminum and offers the best warranty in the business, three year bumper to bumper and 7 year structural. Come in and take a look, we’ll be here to answer any questions regarding a new, used or existing trailer. Thank you for your patronage over the years, we look forward to being your local trailer source for all your needs.
All the Best,
Greg Landry, Heacock Trailers (Matt & Tony!)
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