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Today's favorite place is Mammoth Cave Maple Springs Campground near Mammoth Cave,KY It is reviewed by Brenda Wallace .
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Mammoth cave Horse Camp was one of the best camps I have ever rode in. The camp post, Janet and Kevin Davis took care of our every need. The McCoy Trail was my favorite, but it is very technical. The Raymer Trail was also one of my favorites and the best maintained, I would highly recommend this camp and I plan to return again more....
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Come visit the newest location, Pierce Creek Equestrian Campground which was added by Michelle001.   It is near Shenandoah , IA.   Easy to moderate trails through grassland and timber. The trail goes around a lake and offers beaut ...more
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Hauling Horse in Hot Weather    Discover how to help your horse stay cool on the trailer this summer and what to do if he overheats in this article from The Horse's Summer 2024 issue. (thehorse.com)(7/13/2024)

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