About the CLRC
The Catalina County Line Riders is a non-profit equestrian group established June 1994 with the goals of preserving trails, legal access to public lands for all non-mechanized trail users, trailhead design to accommodate horse rigs, and the western way of life. We collaborate with Counties, Cities and Towns for those goals. We are segment stewards for the Arizona Trail, maintain trails, and participate in the Game & Fish Adopt-a-Ranch program. Members receive a monthly Newsletter containing full details on all rides and events.
MARY JANE PERKINS
Ben & Lee Showalter
Poco Bueno Ride
Organizations We Support
PIMA TRAILS ASSOCIATION. CLRC belongs as a group to PIMA TRIALS and a portion of your CLRC membership dues pays for your associate membership with the PIMA TRAILS ASSOCIATION. The PIMA TRAILS ASSOCIATION works with Pima County and surrounding cities and towns to achieve our common goal of access to trails and development of trailheads for all non-mechanized trail users.
ARIZONA HORSE COUNCIL. The ARIZONA HORSE COUNCIL has a paid lobbyist who attends legislative sessions in Phoenix and watches out for and fights for our rights as horse owners on issues such as zoning, easements, land use and much more.
ARIZONA TRAIL ASSOCIATION. The CLRC has been a segment steward of the Arizona Trail since 1995. The ARIZONA TRAIL ASSOCIATION brings trail users from all over the world. CLRC supports their efforts by maintaining a segment of the trail, volunteering for special projects such as repairing gates and hitching posts and anything else we can do.
AMERICAN TRAILS. AMERICAN TRAILS is a national organization with a lobbyist at the national level, supporting the same goals as the CLRC. AMERICAN TRIALS does amazing work which has benefited us all.