Saddle your horses and journey the trails at Georgia State Parks. Six of our beloved state parks have equestrian facilities and miles of trails for horseback riders to enjoy.
A.H. Stephens has twelve miles of trails as well as overnight primitive campgrounds. The trail fee is only eight dollars for you and your horse to enjoy a delightful ride through the trails.
Hard Labor Creek offers twenty-two miles of trails as well as stalls, a riding ring, and equestrian camping.There is a ten dollar trail fee and annual passes are available. F.D. Roosevelt has twenty-eight miles of trails with stables as well as horse rentals.
Fort Mountain has twenty-five miles of trails as well as eight primitive equestrian campsites.There are horse rentals available as well as stables.General Coffee has thirteen miles of trails which includes an eight dollar trails fee.There are also ten equestrian campsites.
Watson Mill Bridge has fourteen miles of trails, camping area, and stalls. There is a ten dollar trail fee and annual passes are available. There are horse stalls with campsites available.
These six parks welcome you and your horses, but remember to present your horse’s negative equine infectious anemia test at the park office and pay your trail fee before entering the trails.