Dakota Dash

Aug 5 & 6, 2023 - Leonard, ND

SAT: 50E/25LD/10Intro SUN: 25LD/10Intro

Notice: No CTR in 2023

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Online Registration & Payment

Ridecamp Location

Contact Ride Manager - Amy Ellison

Ride Information

Ride NameDakota Dash
Last Date to Submit Entry Online08/01/2023
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Ride ManagerAmy Ellingson
RM EmailEmail hidden; Javascript is required.
RM Phone(605) 228-7151
Registration Type
  • Pre-registrations appreciated
  • On site registration accepted with no additional fee
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Mail Registration To:Amy Ellingson
1113 7th Street
Britton, SD 57430
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Sanctioned by
  • AERC
  • MnDRA
  • UMECRA
Ride Camp Description
  • Camp is in a campground
  • Camp is on privately owned land
Ride Camp Websitesheyenneoaks.com
Ride Camp LocationSheyenne Oaks Campground
6050 County Road 23
Leonard, ND 58052
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Ride Camp Coordinates46.53346231604322, -97.21946400073593
Ride Camp Directions

Signs to ride camp will be posted on ND Hwy 46 (approximately 7.5 miles north of camp) and on ND Hwy 18 (approximately 7 miles east of camp). Those are the best routes into camp. Other routes are available, but they will not be marked and would have more gravel roads to drive. Directions using Google Maps have been found to be accurate.

Fees Required
  • Camping Fee - Paid to Park
Onsite Amenities
  • Potable water on site
  • Showers on site
  • Flush toilets.
  • Cell service is good
Dogs & Generators
  • Generators allowed within specified hours only
Camping - add'l information

Reserve a campsite through Sheyenne Oaks at https://sheyenneoaks.com/. If reservable sites are full, please contact the campground at 701-361-8566 for overflow reservations. Corrals are available at the campground but also must be reserved.

Horse Containment
  • Tie to trailer - optional
  • Corrals onsite
Horse Containment Information

12x12 corrals available (must be reserved through the campground). All manure removed from corral and campsite areas. All hay removed; do not leave for the next guest. NO horses in the campsites. Tie to a wooden corral post for saddling. Fill holes if your horse is a digger. Horses are NOT allowed in electric sites, they must be tacked up at the corrals.

Meals Information
  • Award potluck dinner (bring a dish to pass)
Nearest HospitalLisbon Area Health Services. 905 Main Street, Lisbon ND. 701-683-6400
Trail Characteristics
  • Sharing route with mountain bikes
  • Cattle - in same space
  • Cattle - in adjacent space
  • Mild Sand
  • Flat ride
Trail Description

Trails will include single track cow paths, as well as portions of the groomed North Country National Scenic Trail. Footing is largely sandy soil and dirt, with occasional gravel sections. Relatively flat terrain with small, rolling hills. Cattle will be present on some trails. Water on trail will primarily be available in large, windmill driven stock tanks. Gates separating pastures will need to be open/closed due to the cattle - but are of a type that could be opened from horseback. Mounting blocks will be provided at gates.

Vet Checks
  • All checks in camp

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