• By Albert Depew

Wildhorse Trail

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The Wild Horse Trail is a three-quarter mile long trail accessible from the northern end of the softball field’s east parking lot at Centennial Park.  The trail provides access to other trails on BLM lands north of Centennial Park, and it hooks up with an existing road and trail, creating a 1.5 mile loop.

True to its name sake, hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians will almost always see wild horses from this trail that has great views of Carson City.  Completed in 2018 with the help of Muscle Powered, this trail is the culmination of a Carson High School Senior Project by former student Conner McRae.

Warning:  Wild horses are fascinating to observe, but do not approach them; they are wild, and they can be dangerous.