Our location—Crum Park—was a public park from the 1930s until 1987, when it closed to the public. The horse stables, on the other hand, remained on site. This turn of events gave us our very own private park for horse riding. Maintaining the park included bridges, waterfalls, gravel roads, retention ponds, stump grinding, tree service, land, and grass. When the stables closed we were excited to share our land management experience with our community.