Working land where riders play

Working land where riders play

In compliance with Governor Wolf's mandate regarding non-essential business operations in the face of the coronavirus emergency, ALL Rausch Creek recreational facilities, IN THEIR ENTIRETY, are CLOSED. <br>Any access, especially trail riding, will result in membership cancellation and will be referred to law enforcement.

In compliance with Governor Wolf's mandate regarding non-essential business operations in the face of the coronavirus emergency, ALL Rausch Creek recreational facilities, IN THEIR ENTIRETY, are CLOSED.
Any access, especially trail riding, will result in membership cancellation and will be referred to law enforcement.

Members may retrieve personal belongings from the campground by scheduling escorted access during regular business hours by calling 570-682-1075 or by email to trailriders@rauschcreekracing.com. We praise everyone for their continued support of us. RC certainly looks forward to returning to standard business procedures as soon as we are able and will be sure to update you as soon as any changes are made.

Members may retrieve personal belongings from the campground by scheduling escorted access during regular business hours by calling 570-682-1075 or by email to trailriders@rauschcreekracing.com. We praise everyone for their continued support of us. RC certainly looks forward to returning to standard business procedures as soon as we are able and will be sure to update you as soon as any changes are made.

Sarge's Memorial Ride

May 16 10:00AM to 1:00PM

Trailrider's Club Members Only


Peter Lee passed away October 17th, 2015, from a sudden heart attack while doing what he loved best—participating in a reenactment of the Hurtgen Forest battle not too far from RCTR.  He was an active member, one of our guides for the group rides and a strong supporter of Rausch Creek Trailriders. To everyone here he was known as Sarge. In honor of all he has done for the Trailriders facility, we are hosting a memorial ride on one of his favorite trails that has come to be known as Sarge’s Pass.



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