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Eufaula, AL

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I rode here a couple of times this summer and loved it!! Tons of trails with a little bit of everything from wide trails around fields to twisty trails through the woods! I especially liked the varied terrain and water crossings. If you are looking for a good place to condition your horse then this is it! The staff go out of their way to make you feel welcome and make sure you have everything you need. In fact, they even have a bed and breakfast co-located in case you don't have a LQ trailer to stay in! I highly recommend this place for riding and plan on going back in the fall as soon as I can.
Reviewed by: Piezon on 9/26/2016 9:52:14 PM
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Experience: Not Specified Ride Date: 8/15/2016 Hometown: Enterprise, AL

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Last April, my husband and I went on a scouting trip for our 32nd wedding anniversary. The goal of this trip was to find places to ride and camp with horses within a few hour radius of home. We went several hours away and planned to stop at Trails-Etc. as our last stop on our way home. Boy am I glad we did! Who knew that only an hr and a half from home would be such a wonderful place?! I'd give it more stars if they were available! Kent and Dawn are the perfect hosts. When we arrived they had stalls ready for our horses complete with filled water buckets. Our campsite had a gorgeous view next to the lake. We received a personal tour on horseback of the trails and enjoyed campfire fellowship at night. (They are so delightful that we invited them.) And the trails....oh my! They are beautiful! I've never seen grassy road-like trails before. There are loops of them to canter on, wooded trails to meander through, creeks to walk down and cross over. We exercised our barefoot horses' back ends on the "stair step" hill and took a long coffee break at the screen house site complete with outhouse, fire pit and high line for tying our grateful-to-rest horses. We rode all day and didn't cover all of the trails. We rode the next day and still didn't exhaust them all. I am so grateful for this gem so close to home, but honestly, if it were further we'd travel to get there. We can't wait to go back!!
Reviewed by: Pendleton Family on 9/17/2015 2:33:07 PM
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Experience: Intermediate Ride Date: 9/13/2015 Hometown: Newton, AL

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Nice combination of well-groomed, wide trails and single-track trails, going through natural woods and planted pines and looping around planted fields. Easy riding but not boring. Lots of water crossings with a wide, shallow creek. Out on trail, there is a very cool little screened in shelter where you can stop and have lunch, with picket lines already set up for your horses. Good maps and well-marked trails (although the trail marking is in process so sometimes we got a little turned around). Easy to find the property, and the property owner is wonderful - super friendly and helpful. Didn't camp there, but there are RV electric hook ups that looked easy to park in. This place is definitely a hidden treasure!
Reviewed by: trinitydogs on 9/7/2015 6:09:43 AM
Experience: Intermediate Ride Date: 9/6/2015 Hometown: Seale, AL