50 State Trail Riding Project

Great horse trails in every U.S. state contributed by the equestrian community... you! Get inspired to get outdoors and horseback ride, because the more we horse lovers utilize our trails, the better chance we’ll have in keeping them open to horses. Contact us to contribute and share your favorite trails.


 


Horseback Riding in West Virginia’s Camp Creek State Park and Forest

May 30, 2018
Trail riding enthusiast Susan St. Amand revisits Camp Creek State Park and Forest in wild, wonderful West Virginia as part of Equitrekking's 50 State Trail Riding Project. Located in Camp Creek, West Virginia is a beautiful horse camping facility named Double C Horse and Rider Campground situated within the Camp… Read more »

Exploring Virginia’s George Washington National Forest on Horseback

May 30, 2018
Equitrekking contributor Susan St. Amand shares her experience horseback riding in the George Washington National Forest in Virginia.  The George Washington National Forest covers an expansive area along the Appalachian Mountains situated along the western part of Virginia and into West Virginia as well as connecting to the Jefferson National… Read more »

The Best State Parks in Arkansas for Equestrians

May 19, 2018
From rolling hills and highlands to beautiful forests and mountain ranges, Arkansas offers equestrians a variety of terrain that is ideal for horseback riding. Also, its state parks embrace equestrians and provide riders with access to incredible horseback riding experiences. Read on to learn more about the best state parks… Read more »

Great USA Horse Trails- Equitrekking 50 State Trail Riding Project

May 13, 2018
Equitrekking's 50 State Trail Riding Project highlights great horse trails in every U.S. state contributed by the equestrian community... you! Find great riding destinations across the USA where you can bring your horse and sometimes also ride with local outfitters. Get inspired to get outdoors and horseback ride, because the… Read more »

Three of the Best Tennessee State Parks for Horseback Riding

May 10, 2018
The state of Tennessee is home to over fifty beautiful state parks and an abundance of scenic Appalachian terrain that is perfect for trail riding. Many of the state parks offer public equestrian trails and even guided trail horse rentals for visitors to enjoy. Here is a brief roundup of… Read more »

Top Texas Parks for Horseback Riding

March 21, 2018
Texas State Parks provide some of the most diverse landscapes for visitors, including all levels of riders. With different terrain and landscapes, find out about some of the top Texas parks for trail riding below. Dinosaur Valley State Park View overlooking the Valley and Paluxy River at Dinosaur Valley State… Read more »

Horseback Riding in Little Missouri State Park

February 25, 2018
Take a tour on horseback through some of North Dakota's most awe-inspiring terrain at Little Missouri State Park.   One of the best places to experience North Dakota's famous badlands is Little Missouri State Park and the best way to see it is from the saddle. This wild and rugged country… Read more »

Horseback Riding the Natchez Trace in Mississippi

February 15, 2018
Experience the scenic beauty and history of the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail on horseback.  The "Old Natchez Trace" is a historic forest trail that was used by wildlife, indigenous people, and early settlers. The 444-mile long footpath ran through Chickasaw and Choctaw land and served as an ancient highway connecting… Read more »

Horseback Riding in the Pacific Northwest: Adventures from Trees to the Sea

January 29, 2018
Equitrekking contributor and author of Alta Mira Horsemanship shares some of her favorite spots to go horseback riding in the Pacific Northwest.  Usually, when I tell people that I moved from sunny San Diego, California to the melancholy vibes of Seattle, Washington, they don an expression of complete shock. “Why… Read more »

Exploring Washington’s Riverside State Park on Horseback

November 30, 2017
Equitrekking contributor Shelah Wetter describes the trails in Riverside State Park near Spokane, Washington as park of Equitrekking's 50 State Trail Riding Project.  Riverside State Park lies nine miles outside of the heart of Spokane, Washington. The park boasts 12,000 acres, 55 miles of trail, and is the largest state… Read more »