Why Join and become a Member of the 
Kensington Trail Riders Association?

The equine community located in the Greater Metropolitan Detroit area is continuously expanding. More people are purchasing horses and transporting them to various rural locations for purpose of riding them in the countryside, woodlands and the open spaces, underscoring the need to create and maintain a viable trail system that can be safely used by the equine community. As such, the mission of the Kensington Trail Riders Association is to preserve, protect and improve the equine trail system located within the borders of the Kensington Metropark, and within the guidelines established by the Huron-Clinton Metropark Authority.
1. Partnership and affiliation. Partner and participate with other like minded members to help improve and maintain Kensington Metro Parkʼs equine trails.
2. Receive online information sharing/networking from various       
horse related groups in the Detroit Metro area.
3. Members can ride in the Milford 4th of July and Thanksgiving/      
Christmas Parades
4. Join us for an early summer and early fall camp out weekend at 
 Kensington Metropark. 40 pickets sites.

Membership Form
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Horse Trail Riding Permit Form
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Kensington Metropark equestrian trails are well groomed and not shared by bicyclists. Meander through wooded and hilly terrain, open fields and scenic views of the Huron River and Kent Lake. Observe wild life and waterfowl. Our
trails consist of the North Trail...3.3 miles round trip; East Trail...3.6 miles; South Trail...11.0 miles round trip; West Trail...9.1 miles round trip. Well designated signage throughout trails. Bridal tags are required by Kensington Metropark. Feel safe knowing that if anything should happen to you or your horse, the park will have your “in case of emergency” help information on file. Also hunting is not allowed in the park. Summer bug problems are minimal. Staging area with hitching posts and picnic tables. Large area for rigs to turn around.
Warning: Under the Michigan Equine Warning Law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury or death of   a participant in an equine activity resulting from the inherit risk associated to an equine activity.
Now you can pay for your membership using PayPal!