Trails of Santa Cruz (California) $10.00
Wilder Ranch (has a horsecamp), Henry
Cowell Redwoods, Forest of Nisene Marks State Park, Fall Creek State
Park, Santa Cruz and beach area trails are shown with icons for
multi-use fire roads, multi-use trails, major trails, etc. plus
distances in miles and more.
Pony Express National Historic Trail $3.00
Camping and Picnicking in
The National Forests of Utah $4.00
Florida National Scenic
Trail Riding in Iowa $3.00
76 state and county areas for riding
plus 45 areas for camping in this map.
National Park System
Map & Guide $2.00
As of January 1, 2006 there are
388 parks administered by the NPS. All are shown in this Guide
on a United States map. Turn it over and each Park's name,
address, phone number and website is listed.
National Grasslands $3.00
National Grasslands are lands
managed for multiple uses as part of the National Forest System.
They are the most 'overlooked' and 'ignored' public lands when
it comes to seeking equestrian trails!! Yet they offer thousands
and thousands of acres for riding and camping. The Little
Missouri NG in North Dakota has 1,028,051 acres to ride and is
home to the 100-mile Maah Daah Hey multiple-use trail. (Book on
trail in Two Horse book section.) States with NGs are
California, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, North
Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming. This
brochure shows locations of the Grasslands by state plus name,
address and phone number for each National Grasslands.
Wildlife Refuge System Visitor's Guide $5.00
Guide and Map lists all
National Wildlife Refuges in the United States that offer
recreational opportunities. Many are open to trail ride and
camping at specific times of the year. Each state is listed with
Refuges in that state containing name, address and recreation
Bautista de Anza Historic Trail Map & Guide $2.00
Showing the route from Arizona
to the San Francisco Bay Area in California, places to explore
on horseback are listed plus historic sites along the Trail.
State Parks Guide $5.00
All Colorado State Parks are
listed in this Guide with over 20 having equine access. Parks
are listed alphabetically followed by a brief description,
pictures and symbols to show what types of recreation is allowed
in each park plus what facilities can be found -- dump station,
water, picnic areas, horsecamps, etc. Each park's name, address
and phone number. Included is a copy of 'Equestrian Trails' in
Guide to Your National Forest & Grasslands $3.50
This Guide shows all National
Forests and Grasslands throughout the nation color keyed for
easy reference. On the back are Region addresses include states
in that Region and then forests or grasslands located in that
specific Region. Phone, fax and addresses for each included.
Trails System Map & Guide $2.00
All National Scenic and
Historic Trail routes are shown on this map on one side. On the
other, contact information for each. (Important -- remember, NOT
all of these trails are 'on the ground'. Many are still in the
planning and drawing stages so always contact the agency to find
out where trails are available to be ridden.)
& Kings Canyon Map & Guide $2.00
This map shows trails in the
Parks plus description of what's to be found. Reference phone
numbers and addresses are listed so to be sure to contact them
for a current copy of their "Grazing Locations" along with
Wilderness Permit and Stock Information.
National Historic Trail $2.00
From Missouri to California
this trail was the 'freeway' for western expansion. Although not
on the ground in all states, this is an interesting map to see
where it was and to find out where sections are available to be
Located in Northern California,
Whiskeytown offers horsecamping and trails in this National Park
System Unit. Map shows location of horsecamp and trails plus
provides address, contact phone number and website address.
National & State Parks $2.00
North of San Francisco,
California these Parks stretch almost to the Oregon border along
Highway 1. Horses are allowed on numerous trails and 3
horsecamps are available. Contact phone numbers and addresses
included along with map of Parks.
Recreational Trails $3.00
Lewis and Clark, Oregon,
Mormon, Pony Express, California, Oxbow and other trails all
cross Nebraska. This map shows locations and what agency to
contact for more information on equestrian uses.
Alaska is known as the 'last
frontier'. Many trails are open to horse use and with a large
and active horse industry and Horse Council, Alaska IS a state
to explore on horseback. This map is topographic with a an all
new and detailed index. (Measures 56 x 28 inches)
Nevada Map $20.00
This map covers
California-Nevada and shows rivers, lakes, trails, roads,
wilderness areas, National Forests, National Parks, National
Trails, campgrounds, towns and more from Mt. Lassen south to the
Tehachapi Pass plus Highway 99 corridor from Chico to
Bakersfield. Measures 30 x 50 inches.
San Francisco Peninsula Trails $10.00
Guide to Federal,
State Parks, Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District lands,
county parks, city parks and other lands that offer horse trails
in Santa Clara, San Mateo, Santa Cruz and San Francisco,
California counties. Each entry includes name, address, phone
number and short description of what's available -- trail length,
overnight use, trail head, etc.
State Forest (Iowa) $2.00
locations and trails.
Oroville (California) $2.00
Public Lands - Recreational Opportunities $7.50
One side shows
locations of National Park Service, US Fish & Wildlife
Service, Nevada Division of State Parks, Bureau of Land
Management, Forest Service and Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit
public land units in state. Turn map over and find 'horseback
riding' listings for all agencies along with contact phone
Trails of San Juan Capistrano $2.00
Shows locations of
equestrian trails and stables in San Juan Capistrano.
Equine Trail Guide $5.00
brochure-guide shows locations of private stables, bed and
breakfast and outfitters plus National Parks and Forests, US Army
Corps of Engineers, Tennessee State Parks, Forests and City Park
lands and trails that allow horses. Each listing includes name,
address, phone number, trail information.
Maps of the Santa Cruz Mountains $10.00/each,
Map 1 -- Entire network of
trails connecting Castle Rock, Big Basin Redwoods, Portola
Redwoods State Parks. Featuring Skyline-to-the Sea Trail.
Map 2 -- Big Basin Redwoods State Prk
including Rancho del Oso Horse Camp, Butano Redwoods State Park,
Ano Nuevo State Reserve and all internal and connecting trails.
Featuring the Skyline-to-the Sea Trail.
National Forest Service Maps
$ 12.00 each
These are the newest forest service maps available. Reminder:
Two Horse can provide ANY National Forest Service map for ANY of the 50 states. Just send
us the name of the National Forest; we'll send the map. (Any NFS map is only
not sure of the National forests in a specific state, the map "Outdoor America" will be helpful. Any questions, call us
or send email.
Six National Forests with two having more than one map can
be found in Arizona
There are 18 National Forests in California -- the
largest number of national forests in any one state in the Nation -- plus one Management
Unit and a National Grasslands! Thousands of miles of trails and horsecamp sites from
northern to southern California! ('*' denotes forests with Pacific Crest Trail.)
Has only two National Forests -- Humboldt and Toiyabe
-- but they are scattered over the entire state. Seven different maps by Ranger
Districts are required.
Thirteen National Forests and a National Grasslands can
be found within the state. ('*' denotes forests with Pacific Crest Trail.)
Farther north, the seven National forests of Washington
require additional planning for trail rides and horsecamping adventures because of later
snow melts. ('*' denotes forests with Pacific Crest Trail.)
of Northeast Marin County, California $10.00
of the Coastside & Northern Peninsula, California $10.00
First complete trail map of parks and
preserves around San Rafael and Novado. 117 miles of trails on
13,000 acres. Includes two Historic State Parks (Olompali and
China Camp), 17 County Open Space Preserves, four County Parks,
Mt. Tamalpais Watershed's Sky Oaks, Bay Trail and Bay Area Ridge
San Bruno Mountain, Milagra and
Sweeney Ridge, Montara Mountain, beaches from San Francisco to
Half Moon Bay. 75 miles of trails on 11,000 acres.
Yosemite National Park Official Map & Guide
Includes updated January 2000 Stock Information Bulletin on
where to go, services and campgrounds with stock sites such as Wawona, Bridalveil Creek,
etc. Also enclosed is Recommended Stock Camps in the Yosemite Wilderness.
Pacific Crest Trail National Scenic Trail NFS Maps
As old as the hills, these out of
print PCT maps provide a wealth of information through
Washington and Oregon for anyone planning to
ride (or hike) the 2,500 mile long trail. Each map contains: trail route; topographical
readings; essential services (trailheads with stock facilities, grazing areas, potable
water, etc.) with a number matrix corresponding to locations; a letter matrix
corresponding to map locations which describe specific areas and terrain; private and
other public land addresses that the Trail passes through plus other vital information.
(There are no NFS maps for California section of PCT. Refer to California Forest Service
maps designated with an '*' for PCT, above).
|Washington Northern Portion PCT (Canadian
border south to Snowshoe Butte in central Washington)
|Washington Southern Portion PCT (Showshoe
Butte south to Washington-Oregon border)
|Oregon Northern Portion PCT
(Washington-Oregon border south to about Bachelor Butte, Sisters)
Portion PCT (Bachelor Butte, Sisters south to Devils Peak, Mt. McLaughlin)
|Oregon Southern Portion PCT (Devils Peak
south into northern portion of Klamath National Forest, California
Bureau of Land Management
Recreation Guide $ 5.00 each
Guide/Map shows all BLM lands within a particular state. Valuable resource for locating
district offices and BLM areas for trail riding and horsecamping.
Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area
Lava Beds National Monument
The Santa Monica Mountains rising above Los Angeles,
California have a diverse landscape with dense chaparral, fragrant sage, grassy hillsides
to rugged coastline for trail riding and horsecamping!
Lassen Volcanic National Park Map
Located in Northern California, this volcanic land
was the site of the Modoc Indian wars with the US Army. In the lava beds Captain Jack with
52 warriors held off a 20 times larger army for almost five months. This harsh environment
offers a special challenge to experienced trail riders for early spring and late fall
rides and horsecamping (Inserts with trail routes and stock regulations).
Mount Tamalpais State Park Map (California)
Along with numerous trails, the Pacific Crest Trail passes through the middle of the
Park. A small corral near the Park's northern boundary is for PCT users only. But, there
are two other Lassen horsecamps open to horsemen -- Juniper and Summit Lakes. Trailer
access to both. Corrals available by reservation.
Includes Mt. Tamalpais State Park, Muir Woods
National Monument, parts of Marin Municipal Water District and Golden Gate National
Mount Diablo State Park Map
Includes all current trails, staging areas, trail heads in Mount Diablo State Park and
adjacent public lands.
Trail Map of the Southern Peninsula
Equestrian, hiking, biking map for San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties in the San
Francisco Bay Area. Features parklands in the hills above Portola Valley, Palo Alto, Los
Altos Hills, Cupertino, Saratoga, Mountain View.
California State Parks
Official Guide and Map $
California State Park System has nearly 300 parks. On one side map shows locations of
parks throughout California. turn map over for facilities/activities per Park. Horseshoe
designates horse trails.
Bizz Johnson Rail Trail
This northern California rail-to-trail winds
25.4 miles from the Susanville Railroad Depot to the Mason Station trailhead north of
Westwood. Easy trail. Lots of water. but make sure your horse isn't afraid of the dark --
there are two railroad tunnels to ride THROUGH.
Florida's State Forests
Map $ 2.00
Map includes locators, forest names,
telephone and mailing addresses.
Nebraska Recreational Trail Map
Includes trail names, contact phone numbers
and surface conditions.
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