Category Archives: Trail Riding Locations

Trail Riding Locations

Find Trail Riding Locations all across the United States.  Find places to go ride with your horse for free of a low permit fee.

Trail riding is riding horses outdoors on trails, bridle paths, and forest roads.  A trail ride can be of any length, including a long distance, multi-day trip.

Trail Riding may be an informal activity of an individual or small group. Or an event organized by a club or other organization. The list of riding locations on Find My Horses is where you can get your horse, load it up in your trailer, drive to the area, then ride your horse for free or a low fee.

Find My Horses is compiling a list of places in the United States to Trail Ride.  The list will be added to often as submissions are put in.

Horseback trail riding is one of those outdoor outings that can bring your love of animals and your love the outdoors together. Imagine how invigorating a ride in the country will leave you.

Have a great trail ride.

Miller Peninsula-Thompson Spit – Washington

Find out about the horse trails at Miller Peninsula-Thompson Spit - Washington. Length: 5-mile loop Elevation: 360 feet A Discover Pass is required. Explore a cool lush ravine that leads to a remote beach on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Walk along the shore under towering bluffs to a spit littered with drift logs and…
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Trails at Port Gamble Washington

Learn about the trails at Port Gamble Washington.  For a full list of horseback riding trails, please go to this website.   Another map of trails can be found here. Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park Port Gamble WA 98364 Size: 1890 Acres Region: North District Features:  Walking trails, equestrian trails, biking trails, access to water for water trails and kayaking, parking…
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Franklin-Marion State Forest

Franklin-Marion State Forest 310 Firetower Road Sewanee, TN 37375 931-598-0830 Park offers 20 miles of marked trails for hiking, bird watching, mountain biking, horseback riding and hunting on the Cumberland Plateau. Franklin-Marion State Forest was acquired in 1936 from the Cross Creek Coal Company and was highly degraded. Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Forestry Division assumed…
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Marsh Creek State Park in Downingtown Pennsylvania 

Contact Information: Mailing Address: MARSH CREEK STATE PARK 675 PARK ROAD DOWNINGTOWN  PA  19335 Phone Number: Information:  610-458-5119 11.5 miles of trails Bridle trails and horse trailer parking are on the west side of the park and have loops of various distances. Use extreme caution when riding in hunting areas during hunting seasons.   You may also like:…
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Salamonie Reservoir Bridle Trail

Salamonie Reservoir 9214 W. Lost Bridge West Andrews, IN 46702 Phone: 260-468-2125 Hikers and horseback riders are advised to wear hunter orange or other bright clothing while on trails during hunting season. Horse Trails Main Access Provides riders from outside the forest access to the trail system. A short trail with comfortable riding on the…
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Midwest Trail Ride

Midwest Trail Ride is located just south of Bloomington Indiana along Hwy 446 and Hunters Creek Rd; in beautiful Southern Indiana’s Lawrence County (view map). We are surrounded by the Hoosier National Forest with over 150 miles of trails to ride. There is 108 electric and water campsites, 13 cabins and 375 horse stalls.  We are open every day from April – November for…
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Chickamauga Battlefield Park in Georgia

Learn about Chickamauga Battlefield Park in Georgia to go trail riding at. Horseback Riding During the Campaign for Chattanooga, both Union and Confederate armies utilized thousands of horses to pull wagons, ambulances, and cannon, while mounted troops fanned the countryside scouting for their respective armies. Today, some trails at Chickamauga Battlefield and Lookout Mountains are open…
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Tower Ridge – Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Tower Ridge - Eau Claire, Wisconsin Trail Riding 1230 S 82nd Ave Eau Claire, WI 54703 (715) 839-4783   While the Eau Claire county forest is open for horseback riding, horses are not allowed in county parks with the only exception being a horse hitching area at the Coon Fork dayside. Two signed riding trails…
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Percy Warner Park and Peeler Park

Percy Warner Park and Peeler Park are two places to go trail riding in the Nashville, Davidson County. [gallery columns="2" ids="13533,13534"] Percy Warner and Peeler Park are the homes of the only two municipally owned and maintained horse trails in Davidson County. Bring your horse to explore the ten miles of trail in Percy Warner…
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