Where are Wellington’s Bridle Paths?

Since 1999, Wellington has dedicated and maintained more than 100 miles of public and private bridle trails throughout the Village. These pathways include roadway easements, canal right-of-ways, and public and private bridle path easements. The trails are maintained to provide safe riding conditions for both horses and riders. Funding for bridle trail maintenance and improvements, including the installation of trail head and markings, landscaping, trail footing and trail crossings, is budgeted in Wellington's Capital Improvement Plan each year. Through the Equestrian Master Plan process, Staff will identify potential trail expansions and improvements to provide the safest and most secure pathways for horses and riders. 

View Wellington's existing bridle paths in our GIS Map Gallery.

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1. What is Wellington’s Equestrian Community?
2. What is the Equestrian Overlay Zoning District?
3. What is Wellington’s Equestrian Preserve Committee?
4. Where are Wellington’s Bridle Paths?
5. What are the requirements to build a Manure Bin?
6. What are the frequent definitions and equestrian disciplines?