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||LAW ENFORCEMENT AND EMERGENCY
WHAT A HORSE SEES |
A video guide for all trail users - horses, hikers, and mt. bikers - and how to keep everyone safe on the trails. Produced by the Back Country Horsemen.
AUBURN STATE RECREATION AREA MOUNTED ASSISTANCE AND PATROL
General trails and park lands assistance. Phone (530) 885-4527
BACK COUNTRY AND CAMPING SAFETY INFORMATION
Excellent information for all types of situations, including lightning, camping information, if you get lost, essentials checklist, etc.
CALIFORNIA CALSTAR SHOCK TRAUMA AIR RESCUE
Critical care helicopter rescue for all trail users on northern California trails
Phone (530) 887-0569 or request their services at 9-1-1
CPR TECHNIQUE FOR NON-CERTIFIED PERSONNEL
This is a very short video for all trail users so they can save lives.
Department of Fish and Game CAL-TIP for reporting poaching and polluting
A Confidential Secret Witness Program - Call 1 888 DFG-CALTIP (888 334-2258)
EEA - EMERGENCY EQUINE ASSISTANCE USA registration
The Emergency Equine Assistance network aims at putting people who are stranded with their horses away from home in touch with people in their area who can pick up their horses and take them home or to overnight accommodation. Additionally, some members can provide other support, such as towing, mechanical assistance etc.
EL DORADO COUNTY SCLAR LARGE ANIMAL EMERGENCY EVACUATION
A Large Animal Emergency Evacuation Program approved for operation in El Dorado County.
Phone (530) 647-6227
EL DORADO COUNTY SHERIFF (No website, phone only)
Emergency - - Dial 911 or 530-626-4911
Sheriff - non-emergency
Placerville Office (530) 621-5655
South Lake Tahoe Office (530) 544-6809
EMERGENCY EQUINE ASSISTANCE LIST
Emergency network of equestrians helping other equestrians with roadside emergencies
FAWN RESCUE Kindred Spirits is a volunteer, non-profit fawn rescue organization, licensed by the the California Department of Fish and Game. 24-Hour Hotline (530) 889-5822
FIRE: CAL-FIRE WILDFIRE UPDATES Cal-Fire keeps a database of all fires in the current year, as well as update on current fires. If you have an RSS News Feed Reader or RSS enabled browser, you can subscribe to the RSS feed, as well as Twitter.
FOLSOM LAKE STATE RECREATION AREA MOUNTED ASSISTANCE AND PATROL
General trails and park lands assistance. Call (916) 988-0205
GOLD COUNTRY WILDLIFE RESCUE
Emergency capture and transport Specialists for injured wildlife. 7am-7pm daily May through August.
5901 Horseshoe Bar Road, Loomis (530) 885-0862
NEVADA COUNTY LARGE ANIMAL RESCUE UNIT, LAR-1
A Large Animal Emergency Evacuation Program operated by Nevada County Consolidated Fire District.
Phone (530) 273-3158
NEVADA COUNTY CVMA DISASTER RESPONSE GROUP
Serves both Placer and Nevada Counties to assist in disasters in evacuation and sheltering of animals.
NEVADA COUNTY SHERIFF (No website, phone only)
Emergency - - Dial 911
Sheriff - non-emergency
Western Nevada County (530) 265-7880
Eastern Nevada County (530) 582-7842
NEVADA COUNTY SHERIFF'S SEARCH AND RESCUE
A unique animal welfare organization dedicated exclusively to rescuing and sheltering animals in disasters.
NORCOM DISPATCH CALL NUMBER (No website, phone only)
FOR ALL TRAIL INCIDENTS ON CALIFORNIA STATE PARK LANDS IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
operators available 24/7
PLACER COUNTY LARGE ANIMAL RESCUE UNIT, LAR-1
A Large Animal Emergency Evacuation Program operated by Nevada County Consolidated Fire District approved for operation in Placer County.
Phone (530) 273-3158
PLACER COUNTY CVMA DISASTER RESPONSE GROUP
Serves both Placer and Nevada Counties to assist in disasters in evacuation and sheltering of animals.
PLACER COUNTY SHERIFF (No website, phone only)
Emergency - - Dial 911
Sheriff - non-emergency DISPATCH
PLACER COUNTY SHERIFF SEARCH AND RESCUE MOUNTED UNIT
Auburn Justice Center
2929 Richardson Drive
POISON CONTROL CENTER FOR ANIMALS HOTLINE
Staffed by Board-certified veterinary toxicology specialists 24/7
A $65 consultation fee MAY apply, which includes any follow up consultations.
They will work with your veterinarian or emergency staff.
SACRAMENTO COUNTY SHERIFF (No website, phone only)
Emergency - - Dial 911
Sheriff - non-emergency DISPATCH
SACRAMENTO SHERIFF' SEARCH AND RESCUE MOUNTED UNIT3200 Longview Dr
Sacramento, CA 95821
U.C. DAVIS VETERINARY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (VERT)
Emergency large animal rescue in central California.
Call 9-1-1 to request their services
YUBA COUNTY SHERIFF (No website, phone only)
Emergency - - Dial 911
Sheriff - non-emergency DISPATCH
(530) 749-7777, ext. 8
YUBA COUNTY LARGE ANIMAL RESCUE UNIT, LAR-1
A Large Animal Emergency Evacuation Program operated by Nevada County Consolidated Fire District approved for operation in Yuba County.
Phone (530) 273-3158
YUBA SUTTER DOMESTIC ANIMAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE (YSDADA)
Promoting the safety and well-being of domestic pets and farm animals in the Yuba Sutter area affected by a governmentally-declared disaster by providing these animals with emergency shelter, necessary veterinary care, and identification for reuniting animals with their owners.
||FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY DISTRICTS PARKS AND TRAILS
CLICK ON ANY GREEN LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION!|
GENERAL TRAIL INFORMATION
Bay Area Trail Center
Bear Yuba Land Trust trail map and links page for Nevada County and beyond
Best Trails in Placer and Nevada Counties List
BLM Maps and Brochures, Mother Lode Division
BLM Maps of California Trails
California BLM Wild Flowers Calendar
California Hiking Trails, organized by county
California Horse Trails, Campgrounds, Trail Rides, Overnight Hosts
Database of all hiking trails in the U.S.
Far northern California Trail Heads
List of Horse Camping and Day Use Sites in Northern and Central California, produced by Sandy Greenblat
The OGRE Mt. Bike Trail Guide to the Central Sierras
Placer County trails, including in the American River Canyon and Trails in the American River Ranger District of the Tahoe National Forest,
Tahoe Horse Trails
Trail chart and information for 12 popular trails
SPECIFIC PARKS AND TRAILS
American River Parkway Sacramento CO website and interactive map
American River Parkway directions and review
Auburn SRA - main California State Parks website
Auburn SRA - EveryTrail map
Auburn SRA - Auburn Overlook Equestrian Staging Area pictures and review
Auburn SRA - Auburn Overlook Staging Area Review
Auburn SRA - Confluence and Old Lime Stone Quarry Review
Auburn SRA - Foresthill Divide Loop Trail Review
Auburn SRA - Foresthill Stagecoach Road Trail Review
Auburn SRA - Omstead Loop Trail, Bandanna Map and Review
Auburn SRA - Omstead Loop Equestrian Staging Area, Auburn SRA; Highway 49 at the town of Cool and Review **NEW**
Auburn SRA - Quarry Trail Loop and Review ***NEW***
Auburn SRA - White Oak Flat Staging Map for WST and Review
Baldwin Lake Trails and Review
Big Meadow Trailhead and Review
BLM trails and recreation, Mother Lode District
California State Parks Gold Country Region Trail Guide
Cache Creek Ridge Natural Area Report and Review
Cache Creek Ridge Natural Area BLM website
Camp Far West and Review
Cool Horse Trails
Cronan Ranch Regional Trails Park, BLM Guide
Cronan Ranch Regional Trails Park, Coloma Valley Recreation Guide
Cronan Ranch Regional Trails Pictures
Cronan Ranch, Magnolia Equestrian Staging
Cronan Ranch, Staging, Bandana Map, Review
Cronan Ranch, South Fork American River Trail MAP
Dru Barner Equestrian Park Horse Camp Information
Dru Barner Equestrian Park Horse Camp Info and Map
Dru Barner Equestrian Park Directions, Bandana Map, Review
Dru Barner/El Dorado National Forest Trails Pictures
Eldorado National Forest - BLM trails and recreation
Eldorado National Forest - Equestrian Camping facilities (Dru Barner, Loon Lake, Tells Creek, and Wrights Lake)
Eldorado National Forest - all 61 non-motorized trails list, including distance, elevation, difficulty, use
types and comments
El Dorado County trails and recreation
Empire Mine Trails and Review
EUER VALLEY HORSE CAMP ALERT: Euer Valley Horse Camp has been sold to Tahoe Donner Association and is currently closed to horse camping. Excellent alternative to Euer Valley is Little Lasier Horse Camp in the Tahoe National Forest just a few miles away.
Far Northern California Trail Heads (Siskiyou, Shasta, Trinity and Del Norte counties)
Folsom Lake SRA - Main California State Parks Website
Folsom Lake SRA Trails Map
Folsom Lake SRA - Avery's Pond, North Fork of the American River, Pioneer Express Trail, Milepost 47.5 and Review
Folsom Lake SRA - Falcon Crest (Monte Vista) Directions and Review
Folsom Lake SRA - Granite Bay Staging review
Folsom Lake SRA - Granite Bay Assembly Area pictures and review
Folsom Lake SRA - Granite Bay to Beals Point on the Pioneer Express Trail Review
Folsom Lake - Sterling Pointe Equestrian Staging and Review
Folsom Lake and Sterling Pointe Trails and Review
Folsom Lake SRA - Lake Natoma and Negro Bar Equestrian Staging Area, Folsom Lake SRA
Folsom Lake SRA and Placer County Parks - Peregrine Trail Pictures and Review
Folsom Lake SRA - The Middle Trail, Granite Bay area, Folsom Lake SRA and Review
Folsom Lake SRA - Beeks Bight Trail, Granite Bay area, Folsom Lake SRA and Review
Folsom Lake SRA - The historic 1854 North Fork Ditch visible along the Beach Trail between Sterling Pointe and Beeks Bight, Folsom Lake SRA and Review
Folsom Lake SRA, South Fork American River Trail MAP
Foresthill Divide Loop and Review
Gold Country Trails Council Equestrian Trailhead - Nevada County
Gold Country Trails Council supplies for Highway 20 area - Harmony Ridge Market
Grass Valley and Nevada City area trails map and list by Nevada County Land Trust
Hidden Falls Regional Park
Hidden Falls Regional Park, Seven Pools Trail Review
Hidden Falls Regional Park, Blue Oaks Loop Trail Review
High Sierra Horse Camp and trails (privately run, open to the public)
Historic Donner Trail
Lake Oroville SRA
Lakeland Equestrian Area at Lake Oroville SRA
Lake Tahoe Trails and Reviews
Little Lasier Meadows Horse Camp
Loney Meadow Horse Camp, Trails and Review
Loney Meadow - Grouse Lakes Area and Review
Malakoff Diggins SHA
Meadow Vista Trails
Winchester Trail (Meadow Vista) and Review
Nevada County trails and recreation
Northern California Hiking Opportunities in State Parks
Northern California Hikes and Reviews
North Yuba Trail Reviews
Placer County Trails, a complete guide
Placer County trails, parks and recreation information
Pt. Reyes National Seashore
Robie Equestrian Park information and review (privately run, open to the public)Robie Equestrian Park Pictures
Robie Equestrian Park Foundation Guide
Robie Equestrian Park Trail Map
Robinson Flat Campground Photos and directions
Silver Lake Trails and Review
Skillman Flat Horse Camp
Spenceville Wildlife Area
Spenceville Wildlife Area and Doughtery Wildlife Area map and information
Spenceville Wildlife and Recreation Area Trails and Review
South Fork American River Trail MAP
South Yuba Trails
Sly Park and Review
Spenceville Wildlife Preserve, Equestrian Trails, Review
Stevens Trail in Colfax
Tahoe National Forest
Tahoe National Forest - Castle Peak Directions and Review
Tahoe National Forest - Little Lasier Meadows Horse Camp
Tahoe National Forest - Lone Grave and Gold Country Trails Council Staging and Review
Tahoe National Forest - Loney Meadow Horse Camp, Trails and Review
Tahoe National Forest - Loney Meadow Horse Camp area, trails and lakes, SF Chronicle review
Tahoe National Forest - Western States Trail, Michigan Bluff to El Dorado Bridge section, trail review
Tahoe National Forest - Truckee, Sawtooth Trail ReviewTahoe National Forest Camp Information List
Tahoe Rim Trail
Tahoe Horse Trails
Traylor Ranch Nature Preserve Trails and Review
Weimar Institute (privately owned, open to the public)
Weimar Institute Trails Review
||RUNNING CLUBS AND TRAILS
||EQUESTRIAN CLUBS AND TRAILS
||MT. BIKE CLUBS AND TRAILS
||HIKING CLUBS AND TRAILS
||TRAIL ADVOCACY ORGANIZATIONS
ACTION COALITION OF EQUESTRIANS (ACE) a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization working to preserve and expand the availability of Northern California public trails for equestrian use. ACE provides the primary funds for the Park Watch Report website.|
AMERICAN RIVER CONSERVANCY a non-profit organization protecting and enhancing natural habitats in the American River watershed where wildlife can flourish.
AMERICAN RIVER PARKWAY VOLUNTEER EQUESTRIAN TRAIL PATROL rides the 23 miles of the American River Parkway, as well as Gibson Ranch County Park trails, acting as eyes and ears for the County of Sacramento, Department of Regional Parks. The Patrol is a non-profit organization to promote safety in the use of park property and facilities, to create good will, and to assist the general public and County Park employees.
AUBURN STATE RECREATION AREA CANYON KEEPERS a volunteer group promoting healthy recreation by providing assistance and information for visitors to the state park by organizing hikes, conducting trail maintenance, providing guided history walks, and assisting the professional ranger staff.
BACK COUNTRY HORSEMEN OF CALIFORNIA
To improve and promote the use, care and development of California backcountry trails, campsites, streams and meadow. To keep the backcountry trails and forage areas open to horsemen on all public land, and promote public awareness and interest in the historical aspect of horsemen and stock in the backcountry, and to help educate backcountry users on ways to use the trail and forage in a manner that conserves the backcountry resources.
BEAR YUBA LAND TRUST
(formerly the Nevada County Land Trust) is a non-profit, membership-supported group promoting voluntary conservation of our natural, historical and agricultural resources. NCLT exists to create a balance between nature and the needs of the people who make a life and a livelihood here.
BICYCLISTS OF NEVADA COUNTY (BONC) committed to fun rides and better trails, building and improving singletrack, responsible mountain bicycling, preservation and improvement of riding opportunities, cooperation with other interest groups and the education of cyclists and non-cyclists alike.
CALIFORNIA EQUESTRIAN TRAILS AND LANDS COALITION is committed to develop an Equestrian Trails and Lands Coalition among concerned California organizations for the purpose of protecting our mutual interests in the preservation and use of trails and access to public and private land uses, and to inform and to educate Public Agencies, Legislators and the general public about equestrian recreation issues.
THE DIVIDE HORSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION
The Divide Horsemen's Association is dedicated to working with the community to develop and maintain new and existing equestrian and hiking trails on the Divide.
FRIENDS OF EL DORADO TRAIL people who want to enjoy beautiful El Dorado County through hiking, biking, and equestrian use from El Dorado Hills to South Lake Tahoe.
EMIGRANT TRAIL CONSERVANCY organization that provides advocacy to open, maintain and support the six miles of existing legal easements of the historic Emigrant Trail from Highway 49 to Dog Bar Road in Nevada County.
FOLSOM AUBURN TRAIL RIDERS ACTION COALITION (FATRAC) an official International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) affiliated bicycle club created to protect, preserve and enjoy the trails you ride.
GOLD COUNTRY TRAILS COUNCIL a Nevada County volunteer organization providing non-motorized campsites and trails for public use, including construction and maintenance of group equestrian campgrounds (such as Skillman Horse Camp and Little Lazier Meadow Horse Camp) and 30 miles of trails, mainly along the Highway 20 corridor.
LOOMIS BASIN HORSEMEN ASSOCIATION a non-profit information and awareness equestrian group dedicated to the Loomis Basin trails, Loomis Basin Arena, Traylor Ranch and the rural lifestyle.
MEADOW VISTA TRAILS ASSOCIATION dedicated to maintaining and establishing safe walking, running, biking and equestrian trails throughout Meadow Vista, and the neighboring communities of Applegate, Christian Valley, Clipper Gap, Colfax, Eden Valley and Weimar, for the benefit, health and enjoyment of the community while preserving the integrity of the environment.
NEVADA COUNTY LAND TRUST (now the BEAR YUBA LAND TRUST) is a non-profit, membership-supported group promoting voluntary conservation of our natural, historical and agricultural resources. NCLT exists to create a balance between nature and the needs of the people who make a life and a livelihood here.
NORTH FORK AMERICAN RIVER ALLIANCE is a nonprofit organization created to protect and preserve the natural, cultural and historic beauties of the North Fork American River Canyon and to preserve the wild, scenic and cultural heritage within the watershed.
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL ASSOCIATION to protect, preserve and promote the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail as an internationally significant resource for the enjoyment of hikers and equestrians, and for the value that wild and scenic lands provide to all people.
PLACER COUNTY LAND TRUST works with willing landowners and conservation partners to permanently preserve natural and agricultural lands in Placer County for future generations.
PROTECT THE AMERICAN RIVER CANYONS (PARC) is an Auburn-based grassroots educational group dedicated to the preservation of the wilderness, recreational, cultural, and historical resources of the North and Middles Forks of the American River and its canyons for all to responsibly care for and enjoy.
RECREATIONAL TRAILS ADVISORY COMMITTEE - PARK WATCH a public liaison committee for Folsom Lake and Auburn SRA, it also originated a non-profit web-based trail alert and incident reporting system as part of the Park Watch program for public trails and lands within El Dorado, Nevada, Yuba, Sacramento and Placer counties. Its goal is safer and more enjoyable trails for all trail users.
SACRAMENTO VALLEY CONSERVANCY works to preserve the beauty, character and diversity of the Sacramento Valley landscape by working with citizens, property owners, developers, public agencies and other nonprofit organizations. It preserves dedicated open space by the acceptance of gifts, private purchase, facilitation of public acquisition, conservation easements and by cooperative efforts.
SIERRA BUTTES TRAIL STEWARDSHIP Formed in 2003, the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) is a volunteer driven 501c3 non-profit whose primary goal is the maintenance and enhancement of the trail systems in Plumas and Sierra Counties.
SIERRA NEVADA ALLIANCE organization is an Alliance of 80 member conservation groups protecting and restoring Sierra lands, water, wildlife and communities over the 400 mile mountain range.
SOUTH COUNTY HORSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION founded in 1987 as a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to perpetuate and promote the preservation of land for horse trails in and around southern Sacramento County. The broader purpose of SCHA is to advocate for and support equestrian and open space interests within California.
TAHOE RIM TRAIL ASSOCIATION is a volunteer, non-profit organization established to plan, construct, and maintain the Tahoe Rim Trail.
THE WENDELL AND INEZ ROBIE FOUNDATION a private non-profit public benefit corporation dedicated to the acquisition, preservation, maintenance and protection of historic and other trails throughout the Sierra Nevada and foothills of Placer and El Dorado Counties and support of the Robie Equestrian Park as a staging area for trail riding in the High Sierra.
WESTERN STATES TRAIL FOUNDATION a foundation and endowment dedicated to preserving the integrity and heritage of the Western States Trail.
||TOPOGRAPHICAL AND BANDANA MAPS OF TRAILS
||PHONE NUMBERS FOR STATE AND FEDERAL PARKS, TRAILS AND LANDS
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM)|
Bizz Johnson National Recreation Area (530) 257-0456
Cache Creek Management Area (707) 468-4000
Chappie-Shasta Staging Area (530) 224-2100
Hog Lake Plateau (530) 224-2100
Lassen Applegate Trail (530) 233-4666
Mother Lode Field Office (916) 941-3101
Payne's Creek Recreation Area (530) 224-2100
Reading Recreation Site (530) 224-2100
Suprise Valley National Back County (530) 279-0610
RAILS TO TRAILS
Bizz Johnson Trail, Susanville (530) 257-0456
El Dorado Trail, Placerville
Merced River Trail, Folsom (916) 985-4474
Paradise Memorial Trailway, Paradise (916) 872-6291
Sacramento River Rail-Trail, Redding (530)224-2157
Truckee River Trail, Tahoe City (916) 538-3796
Western States Pioneer Trail, American River (916) 885-4527
** El Dorado National Forest
Supervisors Office (916) 662-5061
Amador Ranger District (209) 295-4251
Georgetown Ranger District (916) 333-4312
Pacific Ranger District (916) 664-2349
Placerville Ranger District (916) 664-2324
** Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (530) 573-2600
** Mendocino National Forest
Supervisors Office (916) 934-3316
Corning Ranger District (916) 824-5196
Covelo Ranger District (707) 983-6118
Stonyford Ranger District (916) 963-3128
Upper Lake Ranger District (707) 275-2361
**Plumas National Forest
Supervisors Office (530) 283-2050
Beckwourth Ranger District (530) 863-2575
Feather River Ranger District (530) 534-6500
Mt. Hough Ranger District (530) 283-0555
**Six Rivers National Forest
Supervisors Office (707) 442-1721
Lower Trinity Ranger District (530) 629-2118
Mad River Ranger District (707) 574-6233
Orleans Ranger District (530) 627-3291
Smith River National Recreation Area (707) 457-3131
Ukonom Ranger District (530) 627-3291
**Shasta Trinity National Forest
Supervisors Office (530) 246-5112
Big Bar Ranger District (530) 628-6106
Hayfork Ranger District (530) 628-5227
McCloud Ranger District (530) 924-2184
Mt. Shasta Ranger District (530) 926-4511
Shasta Lake Ranger District (530) 257-1587
Weaverville Ranger District (530) 623-2121
Yolla Bolla Ranger District (530) 352-4201
**Tahoe National Forest
Supervisors Office (530) 265-4531
Downieville Ranger District (530) 288-3231
Foresthill Ranger District (530) 367-2224
Nevada City Ranger District (530) 65-4531
North Yuba Ranger District (530) 288-3231
Sierraville Ranger District (530) 265-4531
Truckee Ranger District (530) 587-3558
**National Park Service Units
Lassen Volcanic National Park (530) 595-4444
Lava Beds National Monument (530) 667-8104
Point Reyes National Seashore (415) 464-5100
Redwood National Park (707) 464-6101
Whiskeytown National Recreation Area (530) 242-3400
Yosemite National Park (209) 372-0200
CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS
P. O. Box 942896. Sacramento, CA 94296. Main number (800) 777-0369
Auburn State Recreation Area, Auburn (530) 885-4527
Empire Mine State Historical Park, Grass Valley (530) 273-8522
Folsom Lake State Recreational Area, Folsom (916) 988-0205
Lake Oroville State Recreation Area (530) 538-2200
Malakoff Diggins, Nevada City (530) 265-2740
McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial Park, Burney (530) 335-2777
||LOST AND FOUND ON THE TRAILS
5/15/2013 LOST: Woman's watch in Auburn SRA
I fell down on the trail just slightly past the waterfall about 1/2 way to No Hands Bridge from Auburn Overlook and lost it there. It is an older watch w/metal band...Silver and gold in color. Slim. Would like to get it back if found. IF anybody finds it please contact me. I've had the watch a long time. Was a gift. Would be thrilled if someone found it! :) Thank you! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (408) 393-7071.
3/11/2013 FOUND This dog has been found an returned to her owner!
LOST: Border Collie mix by Cool
Sierra is a Foster Dog, new to her foster home on Strap Miner Trail, Cool, CA. She dug and got out from her fenced property. She is wearing a collar with a Border Collie Rescue of Northern California Tag. She is current on all vaccinations. Sierra is white with black spots and a black and white head, medium size, short coat, weighing 50 pounds. She is shy, and may not be easy to catch. But, she is food motivated and has never bitten anyone. Please call 530-885-7461 or 916-580-7848.
FOUND: Set of trailer keys with a Sundowner ring at the staging area in Cool. Contact Barbara at email@example.com
LOST: Silver concho, round with star center, came off saddle, may have screw back still attached. Hidden Falls. Call 530 346-9933.
01/26/2013 This item was found 2/4/2013
LOST: Flourescent green 3 gallon water bucket with yellow handle plastic Possibly left at the Granite Bay Horse Assembly Area.
FOUND: Blue/gray sweatshirt on the Pioneer Express Trail around Mile Marker 44. It was left on a boulder next to the trail. We left it there so the owner could find it. CLICK HERE to see a picture of the sweatshirt.
01/03/2013 LOST: Easyboot Back Country boot size 1 somewhere coming up the Auburn Cool trail or the fire road leading back into Cool. Possibly close to the top of the switchbacks before the pavement. If found, please call 916-834-3003.
12/10/2012 FOUND: Easyboot Epic, size 2, on trail at Spenceville Wildlife Area. This is not the Easyboot lost on 10/31/2012. If this is yours, it was left at the cattle shoot.
12/9/2012 FOUND: Riding crop on trails off Lomida Lane, Loomis. Call 916-726-9308.
10/31/2012 LOST: EASY BOOT EPIC at Spenceville about two miles out from the
cattle shoot. Furmanranch@hughes.net 530 274-7879
10/31/2012 FOUND: EASY BOOT GLOVE at the cattle shoot.
Left it there so someone could pick it up.
10/20/2012 LOST: Equestrian riding helmet. Left on vehicle when leaving Empire Mine Penn Gate Trailhead in Grass Valley, could be on Empire Street or roads beyond. Please contact Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org
9/26/2012 FOUND: a wrist watch was found today on the Sterling Pointe Trail. If this is your watch, please contact Donna at (916) 837-8880 and identify.
9/8/2012 Reported, but date of loss May 19, 2012. LOST: Bucket with horse gear, pick and crupper, reins. Left in parking lot behind Cool fire station. Call 530 626-1204.
8/12/2012 UPDATE 8/14/2012 : EASYBOOT AND OWNER REUNITED.
FOUND: Easyboot. Lomida area trail, Loomis. Call 916-765-9726.
7/29/2012 FOUND: Easy Boot on the Sugar Pine Loop Trail in Meadow Vista on Sunday 7/29/12.
Call Diane Phillips 530-269-1517
7/22/2012 LOST: CAMERA
Canon camera on the between Bull Pen and Penner Lake trail in Tahoe National Forest.
6/9/2012 FOUND: HONDA CAR KEY
On Litton Trail, Grass Valley. Call 530 478-5904
6/9/2012 FOUND: CAMERA
Found at bottom of Deer Creek Trail, Nevada City. Call 530 265-8162
6/1/2012 FOUND: Easyboot Glove on Quarry Trail near Poverty Bar
Western States trail about 1.5 miles west of Poverty Bar River Crossing. If yours please email at email@example.com and further describe.
5/27/2012 LOST: COLLAPSIBLE WATER BAG
Black collapsible water bag lost at Lone Grave, either on the Pioneer or Harmony trail.
If found, email Mpkril@aol.com
4/9/2012 LOST: Favorite hoof pick in the trailer parking area at Hidden Falls Regional Park in Auburn on Monday April 9th. The hoof pick is very small and sharp, custom made from a horse shoe. It is
stamped with the name of my horse "SALLY." If anyone has found it please call me at 530 268 6719, I will gladly travel to pick it up. - Anita
3/19/2012 FOUND: Keys were found on near the eastern end of the Center Trail, located south of Beeks Bight in the Granite Bay - Twin Rocks area within Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. Keys have been turned at Folsom Lake SRA headquarters, located in Building #005 at Folsom Dam. The street address of state park headquarters is 7806 Folsom-Auburn Road, Folsom, CA 95630. Folsom Lake SRA Headquarters phone 916-988-0205
CLICK HERE FOR PICTURE OF KEYS
3/3/2012 FOUND: GPS unit on 3-3-12 at Long Bar, near Sterling Pointe staging.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 916-652-3737.
2/24/2012 LOST: Brown Renegade horse boots. Left on water hose stand (near water trough) at Olmstead at Cool Staging - if someone picked them up call or email
Gigi (530)268-3024 or email@example.com
UPDATE: These boots were returned to Gigi on 2/25/2012.
1/14/2012 LOST: Grey Step Stool
Sterling Pt Staging Area. Left my step stool which contained a first aid kit for my
horse. If found please contact Adria (530) 878-6050
1/1/2012 LOST: Camera
Magnolia Staging or on the trails at Cronan Ranch
Lost a new camera on New Years day between noon and 3 pm. Blue waterproof easy share camera in a light grey bag with a light blue stripe.
Call Marty at 530-368-0152.
12/16/2011 FOUND: Brown Down Under Brand Horn Bag at Folsom Lake SRA
Bag found on Douglas Blvd first week December 2011. Has glasses, gloves, other items. Contact me and identify the contents to claim it as yours. If I am not contacted by Dec 22, I will leave it at Folsom Lake State Park Sector Office at: 7086 Folsom-Auburn Rd, Folsom
Call John 916-712-9306
12/6/2011 FOUND: Camera
Camera found at Lone Grave staging, Nevada City.
Contact Ann: Lawzer@aol.com
11/5/2011 LOST: Glasses
Men's prescription reading glasses at Granite Bay Equestrian Staging area
If found please call (530) 432-9978 ( leave message ) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
9/8/2011 FOUND: size 1 Easyboot on the Dogwood trail today. Please call (530) 265-4018 if you lost this boot.
8/23/11 UPDATE: Woo hoo! This helmet was reunited with its owner.
8/13/11 FOUND: Tipperary helmet found 8/13 late afternoon at Olmstead. Left on a picnic bench.
FOUND: Gold bracelet on the American River Bike Trail at the picnic table area between the 5-1/2 and 6 mile markers west of Sacramento State. Contact email@example.com and describe bracelet to claim.
FOUND: Keys found Tues. 8/16 on the American River bike trail, south side of Lake Natomas, heading east a few miles from Hazel Rd. Keys were on the edge of river, a few feet from water, very close to the trail info sign called "Ancient Riverbed".
Description: Toyota key, Toyota keyless lock, plus several house-type keys, mostly silver. Also, silver metal catch hook. I left the keys at the Aquatic Center. Ken 916.379.3870
FOUND: Sunglasses on Bear River trail from the Highway 174 Bear River bridge in Colfax.
Sunglasses found approximately 1/4 mile down the trail along the Bear River. They were left in a tree along the trail. If they are yours, go back and retrieve them.
FOUND: Renegade boots.
Note at the Auburn Overlook today stating that a pair of Renegade boots had been found there. If someone lost them there, the note is on the tie rail with a phone # to call to claim the boots.
LOST: Prescription glasses and case
Description: Light blue plastic frames in flowery cloth case.
Lost 8/5/11 - 8/9/11 Lake Tahoe Rubicon Trail/Balancing Rock We parked alongside the highway in a small parking area and walked down a steep path to a river. Right across and up a hill we could see Balancing Rock. Or they might be on the Rubicon Trail around Lake Tahoe.
Please contact Lynne at firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-813-0053
LOST: Truck Keys
Description: Auburn SRA. Truck key, electronic entry key and key to steering wheel lock. Lost somewhere on the Quarry Loop trail. Rode from Cool to the Quarry, crossed Hwy 49. Rode down to the river, Rode the river trail towards the highway, crossed at the river and rode up the Western States trail back to Cool. Call Gail at (530)613-4746
LOST: Boa Boot
About the first week of June, size 2 Boa Boot, somewhere between Horseshoe Bar Road and Rattlesnake Bar. Call 916-425-7665
LOST: Fanny Pack
On Pioneer Express Trail at Folsom Lake SRA between Rat Bar and Avery Pond. Dark green fanny pack with camera and I.D. cards. Call 530-346-9933. Reward.
LOST: Fleece Pad
Toklat white fleece pad, left it on top of my truck and drove off, losing it somewhere between Winchester-Meadow Vista Trails Association staging on Sugar Pine or Placer Hills Road - I don't think it stayed on the truck clear to Highway 80. Call 530-277-7765.