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Places to ride and camp with your horses in Alabama

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Elkmont Rails To Trails
Near: Elkmont, AL
Trail Miles: 9;
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Camp: Not Rated
Elkmont Rails to Trails is a GREAT place to do a day ride ! There are NO facilities. In fact, you park right in "downtown" Elkmont. Downtown
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Oak Mountain State Park
Near: Pelham, AL
Trail Miles: 31;
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Beautiful trails designated for Equine use only, but do intersect with hiking and biking trails. The Lake Trail and Wildlife Center Trail are easily
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Sulphur Creek Trails
Near: Elkmont, AL
Trail Miles: 20;
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1,500 acres of great trails including hills, creeks, water fall, woodsy meandering trails. Lots of people ride these trails even on the week days!
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Hatchet Valley Farms
Near: Rockford, AL
Trail Miles: 30;
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Camp: Not Rated
Trails are hilly, rocky, and narrow -- suited for riders in good physical condition. No wagons. Negative Coggins
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Paul M. Grist State Park
Near: Selma, AL
Trail Miles: 21;
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Trails are moderate with hills and some climbs, flat stretches, shaded and wide enough in some places to ride side by side. Trails also offer awesome
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Town Creek
Near: Guntersville, AL
Trail Miles: 15;
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Trails are very scenic and a few places that you can stop by the lake to water your horses. Hilly from the very begining and some places are rocky.
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Warden Station Horse Camp
Near: Heflin, AL
Trail Miles: 30;
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4 riding trails...ranging from 1 1/2 hours to 8 hours. Primitive camping only. Restroom in campground. Bathhouse in next campground. Nice trails, easy
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Faye Whittemore Farms/Pumpkin Patch
Near: Jasper, AL
Trail Miles: 35;
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Several miles of shady trails, creeks, and the bluffs. The trails range from wide smooth level to creek crossings and a limited amount of climbing.
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Hodges Horse Park
Near: Hodges, AL
Trail Miles: 27;
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Beautiful rock canyons & beautiful views of waterfalls and other wildlife on the 27 miles of scenic trails.(Formerly known as Rock Bridge
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KC RANCH HORSE CAMP
Near: DOUBLE SPRINGS, AL
Trail Miles: 25;
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Trails vary from open ridge tops with outstanding views to rides along the sandy creek with many creek crossing having solid rock bottoms. Ride
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Maddox Horse Camp ( Okmulgee District of Talladega National Forest)
Near: Brent, AL
Trail Miles: 25;
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Trails are nice and shaded, wide enough to ride side by side, small creek crossing, some hills ( not to steep ) long straight aways. This place is
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Magnolia Branch Wildlife Reserve
Near: Atmore, AL
Trail Miles: 10;
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We have two trails, one is 7-miles long and the second is a 10-mile trail each of which are lead you through undeveloped forest with easy to cross
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Nolan Creek Riding Club
Near: Prattville, AL
Trail Miles: 10;
Trails: Not Rated
Camp: Not Rated
There are over 17 Acres of scenic land and trails to ride, intermingled with creeks and hills and beautiful countryside. There is always something
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Oakmulgee National Forest- Talladega National Forest- Chilton County
Near: Maplesville, AL
Trail Miles: 18;
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FREE! to ride and camp. Trails are wide enough to ride side by side. Mostly shaded, camp gounds are primitive and well shaded can accomidate about 10
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Seven Springs Lodge
Near: Tuscumbia, AL
Trail Miles: 100;
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The trails vary from easy to a little more difficult. The trails are marked very accurately. There are trails with hills, some with rocks, and some
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Shel-Clair Farms
Near: Vincent, Al
Trail Miles: 12;
Trails: Not Rated
Camp: Not Rated
Bring your horse and enjoy 12 miles of well-marked trails over 1,000 Acrres of our farm. Meander through woodlands, pasture land, crop fields, and
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St. Stephens Historic Horse Park
Near: St. Stephens, Al
Trail Miles: 15;
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Trails are shady with many water features with hills and wooden bridges. The trail wind along side a 70 acre quarry lake with white sandy beaches for
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Trails Etc
Near: Eufaula, AL
Trail Miles: 60;
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Easy, Sandy trails with creeks, woods, and open
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Walls of Jericho
Near: Scottsboro, AL
Trail Miles: 11;
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The Walls of Jericho has a 11-mile riding trail that starts from the southern parking area on HWY 79. Following the trail around will take riders down
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Wind Creek State Park
Near: Alexander City, AL
Trail Miles: 30;
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The trails offer a very diverse view of nature with different types of trees, ferns, animals, and views of Lake Martin.
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