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Trail Badges
All non-resident horseback riders are required to have a RHCA trail badge to use the trails. Applications for a trail badge may be obtained at the Association office or downloaded (see below). Completed applications should be submitted with a passport sized photo (1 1/2" x 2"). If a non-resident equestrian does not have a trail badge or has a badge and is not on a horse they will be refused entry. 
Submit your application, Covid-19 waiver and photo to
All horseback riders and pedestrians must check in with gate attendants when entering the community.
Bridle Trails 

Rolling Hills has nearly 30 miles of recognized bridle trails in the community. The trails are maintained by the Rolling Hills Community Association and monitored by the Caballeros Club. The bridle trails are open to equestrians who have RHCA issued trail badges and pedestrians accompanied by a resident. Bicycles and motor vehicles are prohibited on trails. 

If you are aware of unsafe conditions on a trail please contact the RHCA office immediately at or (310)544-6222.  If it is after business hours or a weekend, please notify the gate staff.

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