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Number of Trails:  30  Total Mileage:  999 Difficulty:  More Difficult Trail Rating:   Camp Rating:   

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Trail Description: Big South Fork is the largest equestrian National Park in South East USA. Endless trails through wooded wilderness - anything from easy to challenging, well marked trails to guessing... The Park is so big, you can ride and see nobody all day.      
Best Time to Visit: April-June September-December
Times to avoid: August
Campground : Indulge yourselves - instead of camping, try the comfort of our Bed and Breakfast and 4 cabins, with 26 all wood stalls for your 4 legged friends. Nestled between Big South Fork and Pickett State Park, you can walk your horse to one entrance into Big South Fork or trailer 2 miles one way and 3 miles the other, to access the most popular trails. (Total of 26 sites)
Human Facilities: Horse Facilities:Operated by:Contact:Additional Information:
toilet, shower, Lodging stall, tie-up, water Julia and Clare
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Julia and Clare  931 879 9454
3636 Pickett Park Hwy
Jamestownzz  38556
Directions: North of Jamestown TN, from H127, take H154 N and we are 81/2 miles on the left. West of Oneida TN, from H27, take H297 W, at the end junction, turn right, we are 300 yards on the right.  Map

This information was provided by: on 9/7/2007 3:49:44 PM

Notes on Difficulty Rating:  
(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. ) 
 More Difficult (Moderate hills over consistent surface; possibly some narrow trails and short steeper slopes) 
 Rigorous (Easy to More Difficult for rider but physically challenging for horse such as on a level surface through deep sand) 
 Challenging (Possible rocky, uneven surface, steep slopes, uncleared trails, faster flowing streams and other obstacles that lead to more difficult riding for rider and horse)