Cross Timbers Equestrian Trails Association, a non-profit 501(c)3
organization, was formed in January 1993 for the purpose of developing and
maintaining equestrian trails and to promote trail safety and responsible trail
use through membership and volunteerism. CTETA provides these volunteer services
to over 25 miles of trails in Denton County, North Texas. Our volunteers clear
deadfall, trim trees, cut back brush, and mow grass. CTETA trail ambassadors
patrol trails helping to maintain safety for our riders.
We serve under the guidelines of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at the following locations:
- Lewisville Lake
- Grapevine Lake
The club has individual, family, and business memberships, and has logged hundreds of volunteer hours for trail maintenance and in our trail ambassador program.
Purpose: To develop and maintain equestrian trails and to
promote trail safety and responsible trail use through membership, education, and
Stewardship: In cooperation with and under the guidelines of the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and area municipalities for the above listed
Ambassadors: In cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to
function as a courtesy service on designated equestrian / hiking
Activities: Monthly trail rides, volunteer trail
maintenance & ambassador program, quarterly Board meetings, annual
educational meeting, and annual volunteer appreciation BBQ.
Membership runs from November 1 to October 31. Annual dues:
$25 Single; $35 Family; $50 Business - business card and link included on
Established: January, 1993