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Sugar Shak Horse Camp

Near: Bryson CityNC (Weather)
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Campground We offer pet-friendly lodging for you, your horse and dog in a cozy cabin (sleeps 6) with attached barn (4 stalls) and pasture available.
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Directions From Asheville, NC Take I-40 West to exit #27 (US 19/74 West). Follow 74 West through Waynesville. Take the Whittier exit #72, make a left onto WHITTIER MAIN ST [NC-1415] - go 0.4 mi. bearing left after you cross the railroad tracks. Continue on THOMAS VALLEY RD [NC-1397] (your will go under Hwy 74 and the Tuckaseigee River will be on your left)- go 1.1 mile Turn right on THOMAS COVE RD [NC-1413] - drive 500 yards & stop at the gray gate and the cabin is on your left. From Atlanta, GA Take I-85 North to I-985, until you reach 441 North. At Dillsboro, NC take Hwy 74 West to the Whittier exit #72, make a left onto WHITTIER MAIN ST [NC-1415] - go 0.4 mi. bearing left after you cross the railroad tracks. Continue on THOMAS VALLEY RD [NC-1397] (your will go under Hwy 74 and the Tuckaseigee River will be on your left)- go 1.1 mile Turn right on THOMAS COVE RD [NC-1413] - drive 500 yards & stop at the gray gate and the cabin is on your left. From Chattanooga, TN Take I-75 N, take exit #20 onto US-74 East, after about 6 miles take the 64 East Ocoee Exit and continue East on Hwy 64/74 to Andrews NC this road then becomes 19/74. Take Whittier exit #72, make a left onto WHITTIER MAIN ST [NC-1415] - go 0.4 mi. bearing left after you cross the railroad tracks. Continue on THOMAS VALLEY RD [NC-1397] (your will go under Hwy 74 and the Tuckaseigee River will be on your left)- go 1.1 mile Turn right on THOMAS COVE RD [NC-1413] - drive 500 yards & stop at the gray gate and the cabin is on your left.
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(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. ) 
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 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)

   

   

   

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