Back Country Horsemen of Washington (BCHW), is a 501 (c) (3) organization with 32 chapters across the state dedicated to: keeping trails open for all users; educating horse users in Leave-No-Trace practices; and providing volunteer service to resource agencies.
This short survey is a follow-up to a nationwide survey that was circulated a year ago (Jan.-Feb. 2020) This data is being collected to determine where non-equestrians occupy horse camping sites, or trailheads, and assess the impact on equestrians.
Please follow this link or click the button below to complete the survey.
A horse camping site is any camping site designed to accommodate the inclusion of equines, i.e., tie rails, high-lines (or site that permits users to set up their own high-line), tie-stalls, box stalls, corrals, etc. on Public Lands.