In our area the Provincial Parks are closed so no going there, if you do, your car can be towed and maybe fines handed out.
The trails we ride on are private property, farms, so we can still go there but because of the wet conditions we don't ride much there until it dries up some as we should be respectful of neighbours property.
I keep my horse at my sister's so no problem going to see him and we can ride together but right now I don't go into the house and we try to keep a "social distance' and so far it is working.
We are retired and don't have to go out much anyway and a neighbour offered to pick up groceries for us tomorrow.
I have heard on the news that we should be looking our for our elderly and frail neighbours to be sure they are doing ok. I think to myself yes I should be thinking about who in the neighbourhood needs a checking up on and the phone rings and someone is calling to check on us. I then realize that we are the oldest in the area, the frail and elderly, that set me back on my heels. But the neighbours have all been good here, we've had several calls offering help if we need it.