Just got back from my first trip to Seven Springs. We took a young horse to expose him to mountain type riding and we were not disappointed. We ride the smoky mountains and it
is as close as you can get without being there. From hills, steep climbs, descents, rocks,wide roads to narrow knee knockers. They have it all.
Absolutely loved the one of a kind Rattlesnake saloon. One great place to see and eat at!Didn't much care for the two rattlesnakes on the trail, one almost got one of our
horses, but hey, it's rocky and wilderness, you got snakes. The scenery was amazing,
especially the vew from mountain top. You can ride horses into Bee Hive,and Waterfall
cave.The most amazing rock formation is Wave Rock. It looks just like the front of a huge ship with waves crashing on its bow. Someone had posted the stalls were dangersous and small. My quarter house is 16 hands and he laid down every night.There are no
rocks in the stalls. Ocassionaly if you dig down far enough stones might come up but they are not lined with gravel. There are 6 barns of covered stalls, over 70 campsites.
The only downfall was there are only 12-14 full hook up sites and no designated dump station, you have to use an empty full hook up to dump out. So, you don't have shade trees, you trade it for some amazing trails. Everyone was very kind. Both of my horses threw shoes and she had a farrier there in less than 2 hrs. I absolutely plan on going