Bryce Canyon Utah Trail Week
June 7th - June 14th, 2022

What: A full week of horse camping and trail riding in the unique Bryce Canyon, UT area.

Who: All members from the entire state of Nevada. This is a statewide gathering and will be a big hoot!!

Where: Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park in Cannonville Utah. There are still a few sites available but they are going fast. Contact the Park to reserve your space at 435-679-8229.

When: Tuesday, June 7 to Tuesday, June 14, 2022, or any part thereof.

Amenities: Full hookups and equine stalls.

How Much: Only your cost of stay at the Park.

Please RSVP ASAP to reserve your spot. 

Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park info:  https://www.brycervandhorsepark.com/

If you have any questions or want to help, please call Sheryl Schmalz at 702/278-8433.

Pine Creek Canyon Update

During a recent phone conversation with our local BLM Representative John Allen discovered the following:

There have been some concerns that changes may be in the wind to change equestrian access to BLM areas, especially in Red Rock.

1st, there was a notice about The Harris Springs area that had been burned over in the Carpenter one fire and has not yet recouped, mainly due to lack of rain. As a result the closure will continue.


2nd, some riders reported that they were told that they could not ride the Pine Creek canyon trail in Red Rock. Investigation shows that this trail has been closed to equestrian use, due to the high amount of foot traffic, for at least 7-8 years. But there was no direction specific to that trail given. So, we need to honor that for now.


3rd, They announced decisions for public comment coming this month. These were based on a previous meeting (ZOOM) which I attended last year with the result in no changes to equestrian use in the Calico Basin areas. As well as no additional bike trails. What we will see is the construction of a paved jogging path paralleling Hwy 159 from Charleston Ave. to Hwy 160. I have invited Josh to attend a meeting with BCHA in January so our members can get 1st hand info and make suggestions .


BCHNVB President   John Allen