Northern Saddle Club makes improvements with grant

Wisconsin State Farmer
Alan Bird, a Northern Saddle Club volunteer is working on the restroom at Horse Shoe Falls Equestrian Trail System.

HOMESTEAD - The Northern Saddle Club received a grant from the Wisconsin State Horse Council Trail Grant Program this year to make improvements on the restroom, campground and trails at the Horse Shoe Falls Equestrian Trail System. 

This trail system is located near Dunbar-Pembine, WI and has 25 miles of trails to horseback ride. 

Many volunteers helped build and stain the restroom, install fire rings and picnic tables at the parking/camping area at the trailhead and they also improved signage on the trails. 

The Northern Saddle Club is a non-profit club that is family oriented. Members do not have to own a horse to join. 

The club has helped establish three equestrian trail systems within a 20 mile radius:  Hall's Creek Equestrian Trail System, Bush Lake Flats and a connector trail between these two trails are located in Homestead, in Florence County.

For more information about the trails or Club, visit the website at or call Heidi at 906-396-7457.