Reservations for equestrian (horse) camps are by phone only. Check availability at ReserveAmerica, com before calling. Brown County State Park encompasses nearly 16,000 acres of rugged hills, ridges, and ravines. Glaciers from the most recent ice age provide meltwater to create the park's narrow ridges, steep slopes, and deep ravines.
Nicknamed “Little Smokies” because of its resemblance to the Great Smoky Mountains, Brown County State Park is the largest park in Indiana, with 20 miles of tree-lined roads and panoramic views. It also includes a large equestrian camp with 118 modern electrical sites and 91 primitive sites with moorings for horses. The park offers 70 miles of horseshoe trails and you can ride your own horse or take part in a guided trail ride. With access to 20 miles of equestrian trails, campers on horseback can enjoy this state park in the mountains of North Idaho.
Located on the southern end of Lake Pend Oreille, this 4,000-acre park offers a wealth of recreational opportunities, including hiking, biking, boating, swimming, disc golf, a radio-controlled aircraft course, and a World War II museum. The camp has six equestrian sites with central water.
With more than 5,000 acres of poplar and coniferous forests, Mueller State Park has more than 40 miles of picturesque trails, perfect for horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking and camping. Visible wildlife includes black bears, moose, coyotes, lynxes, hawks, and more.
There are about 132 campsites available, including two equestrian sites where a tent or motorhome can be accommodated. There are also pens and indoor stalls inside the barn. With more than 24 miles of wooded trails for hiking and horseback riding, this equestrian camp has 11 horse camps and 40 stalls. The campsites have electricity and water, as well as a lakeside beach and a golf course.
Located in the Blackwater River State Forest, this camping area offers 55 miles of equestrian trails that cross some of the most picturesque forests in Florida. Check out the lakes, streams, and even the access to a sandbar along the stream. The campground offers three pens, 60 stables, and 56 campsites with electrical connections for recreational vehicles and tents. The dump station, toilets and showers are also available.
Oregon has more than 75 horse camps across the state. Many provide individual pens for 2 to 4 horses. Drive, camp, and hike the trails. Equestrian camping is available at several state parks.
Services vary depending on the park and range from primitive walks to areas suitable for platforms. Some equestrian campsites include paddock or stable facilities and bathrooms with showers. Call the individual park for details and reservations. With open landscapes marked by rolling hills and pretty tree glades, it's no wonder that the North Star State is so popular with horse lovers.
This campground connects you to numerous equestrian trails and also has the amenities for your four-legged friend. You can also choose something other than an equestrian camp, such as a destination that allows outdoor camping or bondocking. Horses have been an integral part of the way humans have explored, played, and worked outdoors for thousands of years. Next time you're in the park, check it out and you'll meet a whole new group of campers who enjoy the outdoor experience just like you, except that they like to do it with and on their horses.
You'll be surprised how much use this dedicated camping area gets during the camping season. And although nowadays you're more likely to see motorhomes at the campground than horse trailers, there are hundreds of horse trails from coast to coast where you can still enjoy the scenery from your saddle. You'll narrow your search only to sites that are designated as horse camps with special services for equestrian campers. However, if you want to find even more, use The Dyrt's equestrian filter when searching for campgrounds.
In this state park there are 3 campgrounds for horses, 2 campgrounds for horse groups, and trailer parking for horses next to Pecho Valley Road. However, one of the most popular starting points for any night riding adventure is Anthony Creek Horse Camp. Two horses are allowed at each camp and campers must bring their own food, bucket of water, and tools to clean their horse's excrement. There are about 70 miles of horse trails near Roundup Group Horse Camp, a campground that can accommodate 20 riders and their horses.