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Mammoth Cave Horse Camp, near Mammoth Cave, KY

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We really enjoy going to MCHC. We've been there for a spring and fall trail ride which is really nice, if you didn't get enough food, it's your fault! We've also been there 8n tge dead of summer. The camp is usually quiet and you do your own thing. It's a nice time to go if you want quiet! Kevin and Janet are great host along with all their staff. Trails are nice and you can go you own pace. I do agree with a suggestion to put a trail head sign somewhere. This last time there, we where there and another couple was in the cabins. They looked a bit lost until we found out they where looking for the trailhead. All 8n all, we love going there.
Reviewed by djar on 8/14/2021 5:21:30 PM Experience: Intermediate Ride Date: 8/9/2021 Hometown: Bethel, OH

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First visit to Mammoth Cave Horse Camp. What a place! Mostly level sites, water and electric, plus a dumpsite! We chose the spring group ride, this was our first ever group ride, not only for us but our horses. About mid week Kevin encouraged us to take one of the group rides, he assured us that we would be fine with the group he recommended. Thanks Kevin, we had a great time! Lunch on the trail was great!. We had entertainment every night, the food was home cooked and really good! The staff was so friendly and the cooks did a great job! We had a wine tasting and steak dinner one night! The stalls where good and ready for us and we had a free bag of sawdust midweek! Kevin made it a point to visit each table at sometime through the week during one of the meal times. That was nice! Great place, can't wait to go back!
Reviewed by djar on 4/24/2018 7:18:52 AM Experience: Beginner Ride Date: 4/14/2018 Hometown: Bethel, OH
True West Campground, Stables and Mercantile in BSF, near Jamestown, TN

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We pulled into True West after a hard drive, anxious to unload, take care of horses and ourselves. To our surprise check in was easy and thorough and to top it off Shawn lead us to the barn and helped unload then cleaned out the back of the trailer! We had what they called a "shared site" with our friends, they encouraged awning to awning parking, how nice is that! We where first timers there with winter horses, hadn't seen a hill yet, the Martin's understood and where able to recommend trails that wouldn't over work out horses. On Saturday we had covered dish Mexican night. It was such fun to get to know our host Donna and Shawn Martin! Really looking forward to going back! What a wonderful horse camp!
Reviewed by djar on 5/31/2017 8:59:37 PM Experience: Intermediate Ride Date: 3/10/2017 Hometown: Bethel, OH