National Owned Campgrounds
There are three campgrounds, three equestrian trail heads, and four day use areas for the public to enjoy operated by the Corps of Engineers.
Camping is open to equestrians at the Bruce Brockett Trailhead. Campers must be in self-contained units. Tent camping and campfires are prohibited. Parking area can accommodate up to 10 horse trailers.
There is a long, rich culture of equestrian use along the Buffalo River. From the time of the early settlers until today, horses and mules have been used to support the commerce of the region.
When you mention Kentucky, most people think of fine horses. So it’s not surprising that outstanding opportunities abound for horseback riding in the Daniel Boone National Forest.
The Shawnee Hills took millions of years to form. The rock formations and cliffs at Garden of the Gods are made of sandstone
The German Ridge Trail is affiliated with the German Ridge Recreation Area. It is a 24 mile trail designated for use by horseback riders, mountain bike riders, and hikers.
This 48.7 mile trail designed for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking is made up of a variety of long and short loops that wind through scenic hardwoods providing a chance to get away from it all.
The Huron-Manistee National Forests comprise almost a million acres of public lands extending across the northern lower peninsula of Michigan.
Little Elden Springs Horse Camp is a campground that was created for those who love horses and enjoy riding in a beautiful landscape. This camp has been designed for the particular needs of equestrian campers in mind.
Little Lick Campground on London Ranger District is a favorite destination for campers who also enjoy horseback riding on Little Lick Trail #502 and Nathan McClure Trail #530. The campground is located on a