State Owned Horse Campgrounds

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A.H. Stephens State Park
Crawfordville
This pretty park west of Augusta is best known for its equestrian facilities, Confederate museum and lakeside group camp. Horseback riders can explore 19 miles of trails and stay overnight in their own campground.
A.J. Jolly Equestrian Campground
Alexandria
A.J. Jolly Stables opened to the public in 2012. The 1,000 acre county-owned park contains 20 miles of trails and offers a diverse selection of activities. At 1,000 acres, A.J. Jolly Park is one of the largest county parks in Kentucky.
Alafia River State Park
Lithia
Alafia State Park is home to 17 miles of bike trails, ranging from beginner to advanced. Alafia also offers equestrians and hikers the opportunity to explore mixed hardwood forests, pine flatwoods and rolling hills with 20 miles of hiking and horse trails.
Argyle Lake
Argyle Lake
Colchester
Known as a fisherman’s delight, Argyle Lake State Park has a full complement of recreational opportunities. Just 7 miles from Macomb, Argyle Lake also offers picnicking, camping, hiking and boating facilities in a scenic, natural setting.
Beaver Creek State Park
East Liverpool
Beaver Creek State Park, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, is one of Ohio’s most scenic parks.
Blackwater River State Forest
Milton
The Coldwater Recreation Area, bordered to the north by Coldwater Creek, offers trails that take horseback riders through some of the most scenic woodlands in Florida.
Branched Oak State Recreation Area
Raymond
Branched Oak has 6+ miles of interlocking multi-purpose trails that meander through trees, open grasslands and scenic overlooks on the south side of the lake.
Brighton Recreation Area
Howell
Brighton Recreation Area provides 4,947 acres of recreation for park visitors to use. The area has a combination of high, irregular ranges of hills, interspersed with a number of attractive lakes.
Brown County State Park
Nashville
Nicknamed the “Little Smokies” because of the area’s resemblance to the Great Smoky Mountains, Brown County encompasses nearly 16,000 acres of rugged hills, ridges and fog-shrouded ravines.
Buckskin Mountain Passage
Marble Canyon
The 12.5-mile northern trailhead stretch of the Arizona Trail makes its way south through the steep and rugged eastern flank of Buckskin Mountain, where it treats visitors …