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Hard Labor Creek State Park
Rutledge, GA.: There is a total of 22 miles of trail, laid out in a large circular trail. Several crosstrails divide it into a series of shorter trails. There are approximately 30 stalls available for overnight and the campgrounds for the riders is right next to the barn. It has electricity, water and a nice comfort station. To make a reservation you need to call 800-864-7275 (for all Ga Parks) 30 days in advance. If you plan to visit on a weekend make your reservation as early as possible, due to it close proximity to Atlanta, it is a popular destination. Weekdays you'd probably have the trails to yourself. PH 706-557-3001
Submitted by: Mack Adams Click Here
Mack Adams
Tumblin A Ranch

A.H. Stephens State Park
Crawfordville: 12 miles of trails, camping PH 706-456-2602

Olympic Horse Park
The Olympic Horse Park in Conyers has miles of trails, some are wide manicured and some are hill climbing, creek crossing type. At some points on the trail there are mountain bike crossings which could cause a dangerous situation for a spooky horse or inexperienced rider. Bring current 12 month Coggins, cost is $5.00 per day to ride.
Submitted by: Paula Nalley Click Here

Cochran Mill Park
Cochran Mill Park, South Fulton County several miles of trails through the woods with several creek crossings, hill climbing ect. no camping. No charge for day rides.
Submitted by: Paula Nalley Click Here

McIntosh Park
McIntosh Park, Carroll County, wide manicured trails that follow the Chattahochee River, Cost ?? Bring Current 12 month Coggins
Submitted by: Paula Nalley Click Here

Update - Nov 25 2003
Mcintosh park is now open during hunting season in Carroll county,ga.
They have four horse camping areas, no electricity or dump station.
Water is available on site. 12 miles of trails. Also, Carroll county just voted in a tax which included building a new park near Temple ga.
That will have horse trails and camping in a 750 acre park.
Submitted by:  Tracy Smith Click Here

More information from David Waits There is a $3.00 per horse charge for non-Carroll County residents.
Riders must also share the trails with mountain bikes and they sometimes out number the horse riders.
Lots of wildlife at this park, it is not uncommon to see large herds of white tail deer along the river bottoms early morning and late evening.

Directions from I-20 west, exit 8 then south on GA 5 (about 20 miles) to 16/27A cross this intersection and the park entrance is about two miles on left.
Park is closed on Mondays, Hours are sunrise to sunset and camping is allowed along the river for horses. Camping on Fri. & Sat. nights only. $8.00 per campsite per night. Picnic table and fire ring at each camp site. Horses must be tied to trailer or high line.

(I also have scanned maps of this park & its trails, If you would like one just let me know.
We also have scanned maps of Hard Labor Creek State Park & Talladega National Forest, I also have GPS coordinates for points of interest in TNF and Mcintosh.

Submitted by: David Waits Click Here

Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park
The Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park has finally opened its trails for riders to bring your own horse in cost is $5.00 per day, current 12 month coggins. FDR State Park is located by Warm Springs/Calloway Gardens. This is in Central Georgia.
Submitted by: Paula Nalley Click Here

Watson Mill Bridge State Park
Comer: Watson Mill Bridge State Park now has 12 miles of horse trails open open with an additional 2 miles under construction.
Staging area includes a rest room and shower house facility. Primitive camping allowed. Spring of 2000, a horse stable was completed.

Watson Mill Bridge State Park now has 12 miles of horse trails open and a new equestrian camping area. For information go to the link below:
Watson Mill Bridge State Park, web page Click Here
$3.00, Annual riding pass $30.00.
PH 706-783-5349
Watson Mill Bridge State Park, web page Click Here
E Mail: Lee Moon Click Here

Mule Top Mountain Outfitters
Mule Top Mountain Outfitters in Blue Ridge, GA. They have a web site at and they offer mountain trail rides, overnight camping, wagon rides, hay rides and other amenities. They will also board horses and have special packages for folks who want to bring their own horses (although this info is not currently listed on their web site. The directions page gives detailed directions from Atlanta to Blue Ridge and from Blue Ridge to MTM.

Mule Top Mountain Outfitters, web page Click Here
Submitted by: J. Jordan Click Here

Sugar Cove Farm
Hiawassee NC: Sugar Cove Farm has about 50 miles of mountain trails, some open and some primitive, in the North Georgia Mountains along the North Carolina Border in the Nanahala National Forest Wilderness. The farm is available for vacation rental, for riding, board, horse rentals, overnight accomidations, bed and breakfast, and just plain fun. Check out their site at or call Buddy and Nancy Taylor at 704-389-6558 for more information.
Buddy and Nancy Taylor, web page Click Here
Submitted by: L. Matt Wilson Click Here

NOTE: The farm actually sits astride the North Carolina - Georgia border, but you can not drive a car to the farm except from the North Carolina side, because the Georgia side abuts a Wilderness area and crosses a high ridge. Its even a difficult ride, but a beautiful one, in from the Georgia side.

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park - Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia - Near Chattanooga, TN
Several miles of horse trails that are gently rolling and mostly in the wooded areas.
One short under-road tunnel and a few road crossings (one quite busy).
Horse trailer parking only in specified area on the west end of Dyer Road at the West side of the park. Trail is shared with hikers only. Monuments and cannons are scattered along the trail side, so beware if your horse is spooky. No camping or overnight facilities are available for trailriders, but check out Lotawahtah Farm, Chattanooga in the Tennessee overnight facility listings to board close by.
Submitted by: Brenda Brandon Click Here

Waters Creek in the Chattahoochee Forest
It is approx. 10 miles from Cleveland, GA going towards Blairsville on Hwy 129. Turn left on US 19 ( like you are going towards Suches) and the road is on the right about 1/2 mile leading into Waters Creek and the campground area. Stop at the park fee area, and pay of course, and it will tell you where to park. There is enough parking for several trailers.
The ride is beautiful as you follow the river through the forest. It can be a 4 hour ride if you want to ride to the top of the mountain to the lake. Very easy riding though. Good for beginners like kids. I live in Habersham Co. so if you know of any place to ride near there let me know.
Submitted by: Rebecca Mason Click Here

Shady Acres Trail Rides
Northeast Atlanta, Shady Acres Trail Rides, Guided trail rides through beautiful pastures, along creeks, through pine forest and hills. Only 30 minutes northeast of Atlanta.
My farm connects to 1,700 acres thru a friends cow pasture. we have a couple hour ride, or go further for about 3-4 hours. I live here and have a couple of stalls available and paddocks. I don't have overnight for people, but something may be worked out. I charge 10 per horse for trail access for BYOH.
Outside Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Call for reservations.
Jan Sweeney, 3319 Bold Springs Road, Dacula, GA 30019
E-mail: Shady Acres Trail Rides Click Here

Transition Farms
Cartersville: Enclosed stabling or shedrow, lighted indoor arena, two outdoor arenas, trainer and caregivers on ground at all times. Daily turnout if needed. Guided trail rides available.

Location: Between Chattanooga, TN and Atlanta, GA. 2 miles off I-75 at exit 296 Cass-White exit. Rv Campground 1 mile from farm. Motels and restaurants close by.

281 Cass-White Rd
Cartersville, GA 30121
Phone 770-383-3093 or 770-364-7289
E-Mail: Transition Farms, Melody Noel Click Here

Willis Knob Horse Camp
Clayton: The Willis Knob Horse Camp is part of the Chattahoochee National Forest and is nestled in the Northeast Georgia Mountains 11 miles east of Clayton. It has nine campsites with water and electricity available. Reservations may be made by calling 706-782-3320 and asking for Gloria. The fee is $16/site thru the week, with group camping required on the weekends. Weekends require the reservation of the upper loop of 3 sites plus one optional, the lower loop of 5 sites with one optional, or all 9 sites. There is a 1/4 mile access trail to the 17 mile Willis Knob Horse Trail.

The Willis Knob Horse Trail can be accessed from a trailhead parking area on the road to the campground or from the campground. It is a loop trail that travels through the mountains and along the Wild and Scenic Chattooga River. There are three official crossings of the river that allow access to the 18 mile Rocky Gap Horse Trail in South Carolina.

District Office at 706-754-6221, Chattooga River Ranger District

Grove River Ranch LLC, Equestrian Center & Retreat
Gainesville: We have 4 levels of accommodations for people: retreat cabin, camp sites with hookups, bunk house at the stables, or primitive camping. Breakfast can be stocked at the cabin or bunk house. We have 4 levels of horse accommodations: stalls, high lines at the campground, run pens with shelter, or portable corral panels.
We have a small trail system at the ranch, and we are less than an hour away from 4 national forest trails, a state park with trails, and a county park with trails. Since some of these systems are day use only, riders may choose to base camp at our ranch and be transported to a different trail system every day.

Located northeast of Gainesville, Georgia, 4 miles from I-985 and 9 miles from I-85

From I-985: Headed north from Atlanta, I-985 is a connector to Gainesville off I-85. Traveling either north or south on I-985/Highway 23, at mile marker 33, turn south on Athens Street and go about one mile into the small town of Lula. Go straight at the stop sign, cross over the railroad tracks, immediately bear to the left onto Highway 51. Go about 4 miles, just past mile marker 4, turn right onto Hickory Flat Road.
Hickory Flat Drive will be one mile on the right. After turning onto the gravel road of Hickory Flat Drive, proceed about 3000 feet to the equestrian center.

From I-85: Traveling either north or southbound, take Exit #149 (Banks Crossing). Turn north on Highway 441, go about 2 miles to Highway 164. Turn left onto Hwy. 164 and go about 3 miles toward Homer.
On the outskirts of Homer, turn left onto Highway 51 and go about 6 miles. Just before mile marker 4, turn left onto Hickory Flat Road. Hickory Flat Drive is one mile on the right. After turning onto the gravel road of Hickory Flat Drive, proceed about 3000 feet to the equestrian center.

CJ Farmer, home/office (706) 677-0072 cell (770) 527-2505 or (770) 540-8380 barn (706) 677-0070
E-Mail: CJ Farmer Click Here
Web page Grove River Ranch LLC, Equestrian Center & Retreat Click Here

Bussey Point
There now 4 primitive campsites for camping with horses located at Bussey Point Corp Of Engineer Wildlife Recreation Area on Lake Thurmond (Clarks Hill, still, to some of us GA folks) located between Lincolnton & Augusta. $6 per night/ no reservations. All sites located at water edge/ beautiful. Tielines. 12 miles of wooded trails plus numerous dirt roads. No hunting allowed except 3-4 times a year (primitive weapon hunt weekends). No vehicles.

The number of campsites (primitive) accommodating horses and large trailers is 14 now. All are waterfront on lake Thurmond, and there is now an additional well with hand pump.
Still just $6/night. Miles of trails in the woods and on natural surface roads totals about 20 miles.
The map of trails can be found at
Web page Trail map Click Here

Linda Antopolsky
COE # 1 800 533-3478
Sites were developed through efforts of local equestrian volunteers. More may be added as need is proven to the COE.

Submitted By: Linda Antopolsky Click Here

Hot to Trot Equestrian Center
Commerce: Great location for over night stays and lot of hotels and places to eat. We have a brand new barn with great pastures and a 250 x 150 lighted riding ring with 12 x 12 stalls, fly spray systems and great trails to ride as well.
Hot to trot Equestrian center is located in Commerce GA. Just 4 miles off of I-85 northeast of Atlanta about 50 miles.
We are close to Athens, Atlanta, Buford, Braselton and ez access to all major interstates.
Overnight stays are $25.00 and trail rides are $45 per hour great wooded trails.
We give the best possible care. Phone 706-423-9402
E-mail: Hot to Trot Equestrian Center Click Here

Georgia Pinhoti Trail and Holland Farms
Gaylesville: Primitive Camping available on our beautiful 1200 acre cattle farm. The camp site is on a mountain spring with water year round.
Picket lines are allowed as are campfires except when banned by the Ga. forrestry due to drought.
We ask that you please pack out what you pack in.
The trails on our farm are unmarked. Most of the trails are in the 1200 acre valley property which is beautiful and easy to maneuver around. There are also more challenging trails on Kincaid MT. and a guide can be provided for a reasonable extra charge.
The trails on the Pinhoti trail are marked, our farm connects the Pinhoti at the Simms Mt. trail. There are miles of trails to ride anywhere in the Valley.
There is a small country store one mile from the camping area which carries gas, and groceries.
No reservations are needed, just a courtesy call to let us know when and for how long your coming.
$15/ day/ trailer up to four persons
Home phone (256)422-6251 or cell (256)557-8377

E-mail: Kristy Erwin Click Here
Kristy Erwin
5906 co. rd. 80
Gaylesville, AL. 35973

Jake & Bull Mtn trail system
Dahlonega: Jake & Bull Mtn trail system in the Chattahoochee National Forest about 14 miles NE of Dahlonega GA. Over 30 miles of trails. Two primitive camping areas, one on Jake Mtn and one on Bull Mtn. There is no cost to stay at either campground.
Take Ga Hwy 52 NE out of Dahlonega towards Elijay. About 14 miles you'll turn right onto Nimblewill Church Rd. Go approx 2 miles and turn right into Jake Mtn camp area.
Or, go another 1/2 mile and turn right onto forest service road 28 then take the first left. Follow gravel road for 2 miles to Bull Mtn camp area. No water or electric or creeks at either camp. There are high tie posts installed. For info contact the local equine organization who partners with Forest Service and mtn. bike organization to maintain the trails.
Chattahoochee Trail Horse Assoc at Trail maps can be located on Forest Service website. You will be sharing the trails with mountain bikers so please be advised. 98% of the bikers are very courteous and will pull over & stop when encountering horses.
Web Page Chattahoochee Trail Horse Assoc Click Here
E-mail for: Chattahoochee Trail Horse Assoc Click Here

R-Ranch in the Mountains
Dahlonega: R-Ranch in the Mountains Resort is a unique vacation property in the North Georgia Mountain town of Dahlonega.
Located approximately 70 miles from Atlanta and a mere 15 minutes from historic downtown Dahlonega, R-Ranch in the Mountains Resort, is THE weekend getaway in the southeast. Here, you and your family can enjoy horseback riding, swimming, fishing, hiking, tennis and rustic cabin and/or RV camping. RV enthusiasts can enjoy unparalleled mountain views as well as plenty of green space between 140 sites.
R-Ranch in the Mountains Resort�s cozy mountain cabins provide the ideal anecdote for the hectic pace of everyday life. Horseback riding at the Ranch is free and unlimited to our owners, as is the pool, fishing lakes, and trails. Surrounded by Chattahoochee National Forest, any outdoor lover is sure to appreciate our large expanse of mountain, lake, and pasture land. Overlooking this breathtaking property is the R-Ranch in the Mountains Resort Lodge.
R-Ranch in the Mountains Resort�s lodge is an amazing venue for any special event, including weddings and corporate meetings. All of this can be yours, just call R-Ranch in the Mountains Resort today to make R-Ranch, your Ranch and stake your claim in the North Georgia Mountains.

Negative Coggins Required within 6 months if from out of state.

R-Ranch in the Mountains
PO Box 310
Dahlonega, GA 30533

Web Page R-Ranch in the Mountains Click Here
E-mail for: R-Ranch in the Mountains Click Here

Cherokee Creeks Stables
Cherokee Creeks Stables offers an amazing camping experience for you and your horses. Once home to the Cherokee Indians and still beautifully preserved, the mountain trails offer spectacular views, waterfalls, history and more. Ride at elevations between 1600 and 2000 feet. We provide 20 stalls and 160 acres of privately owned Northwest Georgia Mountains, adjoining 3000 acres of Fort Mountain State Park and approximately 20 miles of trails with more to come in 2009.
Camping facilities are available with water and electric hookup. Hot/Cold showers for our guests.
Negative Coggins required. Neil Harrison 706-537-5779 or e-mail.
E-mail for: Neil Harrison Click Here

Fort Mountain Stables We offer guided horseback riding adventures on 25 miles of scenic trails to suit your level of experience and desired saddle time. Our trails include old talc mine shafts where you can experience Mother Nature's air conditioner in the summer and heater in the winter, scenic overlooks and waterfalls. Wildlife has been known to venture out to greet their guests of the forest. You could see deer, turkey or bear strolling through the park.
Chris and Meghan Ensley 706-517-4906 or e-mail
E-mail for: Chris and Meghan Ensley Click Here
Web Page Fort Mountain and Cherokee Creeks Stables Click Here

Directions from Chattanooga: ~50 miles
I-75 South to exit 336 Dalton By-Pass
Merge onto N DALTON BYP / US-41 S / US-76 / GA-3 (6.3 miles)
Turn LEFT onto US-76 E / GA-52 E / CHATSWORTH RD SE.
Continue to follow US-76 E / GA-52 E. (8.2 miles)
Turn RIGHT onto N 3RD AVE / GA-2 / US-411 / US-76 / GA-52 / GA-61. (1.4 miles)
Turn LEFT onto E FORT ST / GA-2 / GA-52 / WOODY GLENN HWY.
Continue to follow GA-2 / GA-52 / WOODY GLENN HWY. (2.3 miles)
Stay straight on CLIFFMINE RD
Take RIGHT fork to the Barn

Directions from middle Atlanta: ~95 miles
Take I-75 North towards Chattanooga
Merge onto US-411 N / GA ? 61 N via exit 293 towards WHITE (38 miles)
Turn RIGHT onto GA-2 / GA-52 / WOODY GLENN HWY. 2.3 miles
Stay straight on Cliff Mine Rd
Take RIGHT fork to the Barn

Meghan Ensley
Fort Mountain Stables
Phone 706-517-4906

Sleeping Rabbit Ranch
We offer overnight pasture boarding
Bunk house will sleep 4
Primitive campers welcome

Gaylesville: Trails nearby: Little River Canyon, Pinoti Trail (Ga.), Privite trails by request with guide.
If you're just passing through or would like to stay and camp and ride, We'd love to have you at the Sleeping Rabbit.

5906 county road 80
Gaylesville, Alabama 35973
E-mail: Sleeping Rabbit Ranch Click Here

Little Mulberry Park
Dacula, Only five miles but a good mixture of hills and flats provide the perfect "keep your horse in shape", workout. There is no charge. There is a water hose and pad to rinse off your horse and a porta-john.
Beautiful senery and a few deer. There is several good places to canter and they even have a stretch on a hill top where they keep the grass cut short that is intended for running.
Park phone is for all Gwinnett county parks 770-978-5270
Horse parking address is 1300 Mineral Springs Rd., Dacula, Ga., 30019.
Submitted By: Chuck Mills Click Here

Mingo Trails Horse Park
Over Twenty Miles of Wide Shady Trails! Wagons Welcome! Full Hook Up available. Primitive Camping also available. Bathrooms and Hot Showers, Arena.
For Directions and more information check us out at or call for more information 478-278-6963. Several Organized Rides each year.
Ask about joining Mingo Trails Saddle Club and Ride All Year!
Mingo Trails Horse Park, 3566 Little Sandy Creek Road, Toomsboro, Georgia 31090.

For Directions and more information check us out on our webpage.
Web Page Mingo Trails Horse Park Click Here
Tina Vollrath

Sunset Ridge Campground
We are the newest campground in Elberton Ga. and would like to extend our campground services to riders.
We are connected to the army corp. property around Lake Russell where riders may ride lakeside.
(540 miles of shoreline) We have primitive campsites away from Rv sites where riders have shade and may tie up and camp. We have trails leading out of campground onto corp. line.
We also have cabins and shower facilities.

Russell State Park (Ruckersville Rd) west approx. 3 miles turn left onto Hulmes Chapel Rd. go 4.8 miles turn right at Sunset Ridge Campground sign. GO TO END OF PAVEMENT.
Contact Mike Case 706-988-8091

Web Page Sunset Ridge Campground Click Here


Layover Hosts for your horse or mule. (No Trail access)

Rodeo Grounds, Fair Grounds, B and B's, Horse Motels, Private residences

Campgrounds, ranches and trail ride places are also Overnight hosts. The places listed here are "OVERNIGHT ONLY".

This is a link to B & B Online,   Bed and Breakfast with equine accommodations

Linda's Riding School
Conyers: Linda Greene Ridley, 3475 Daniels Bridge Road, 30207. Ph 770-922-0184 or 770-918-1272. General horse boarding and overnight.

Hi Ho Hills Farm
Rincon: 12 main stalls, turn out, 3 pastures, room for campers and tents. Electric hookup. Ph 912-826-5808.
Addr: 939 Goshen Rd. 31326, We are located 5 mi. off exit 19 in Ga. It is the 1st exit in Ga. going South on I95, we are 3/4 mile off the road (Goshen).
E-mail: Robin Hughes Click Here

Catcarrdian, Farms, Hounds, Designs
Talmo: Ring with lights and jumps, 3,000 acres of trails, Cross country jumps, pasture, Riding lessons, horse training.
Addr: 3732 Roy Parks Road, 30575.
Cathy Carr-Hope, owner 770-503-9913
Bobby Whitfield, farm manager 770-534-8308
Heather Russell, instructor 770-532-1963

Silver Fox Farm
McDonough: Silver Fox Farm, 415 Stone Rd, McDonough, GA 30253, 770-320-9977, located minutes from I75 and McDonough, 15 stall barn, hot and cold wash rack with heater, lighted arena, round pen, ceiling fans above all stalls, training, lessons, trails, kids play area, fishing pond, and much more.
E-mail: Tammy Freilich Click Here

MacKenzie Farms
Lithonia: MacKenzie Farms Specialized Trailer Sales & Equine Transportation.
Indoor stalls, paddocks, arena. for overnight stabling.
New & Used Horse Trailer Sales (Exiss, Kiefer Built & Trail-et) * Repairs * Service * Trailer Parts & Accessories * Overnight Stabling * Nationwide Horse Transportation *
Submitted by:Bruce & Arlene MacKenzie E-mail, Click Here
MacKenzie Farms  web page, Click Here

MacKenzie Farms
Bruce & Arlene MacKenzie
2956 Union Grove Road
Lithonia, Georgia 30058
Phone: (770) 482-8328
Fax: (770) 482-5560
1-800-GET MACK

Sand Hill Stables
Perry: We have 30 stalls with about 12-14 available every night.
We do not have any turn-outs for overnighters. Our stalls are 12'X12' with open front and a 12' shed row in-between stalls. We do have a hot walker and an arena along with a 1 mile track for exercise.
We are located on HWY 127 W. about 1 mile from I 75. Get off on exit 135 and take HWY 127 towards Marshallville for 1 mile. We have a sign on the left of the road and the barn is up on a hill with plenty of space to turn trailers around.
We can only provide electric hook-ups for a trailer and the cost is $5.00 per night. We charge $15.00 per horse. We furnish feed troughs and a water bucket in each stall.
Home 478-987-2156
Business 478-987-7187
Charles and Tricia Nelson
P.O. Box 127, Perry, GA

Robert (Bob) Mulcay
Roswell: My stalls are 12x14 and I generally have at least a half dozen empty stalls.
Robert (Bob) Mulcay
355 Cagle Road
Rosell, Georgia 30075
770 667-0356
E-Mail: Robert A Mulcay Click Here

Heatherfield Horse Park
Trenton: Yhe farm is located 10 miles west of Chattanooga, Tn. The farm is directly south of the interstate 24 and Interstate 59 split. the farm is two miles from interstate 75. $15.00 per stall per night inital bedding provided, ample parking, six miles from motels and resturants.
Directions: Take exit I69 off interstate 24 (approximately 10 miles west of Chattanooga) At stop sign turn left on to State Road 299 and go one mile. Turn left on to Slygo Rd. go one mole, farm is on the right surrounded by black board fence. Ph 423-314-5211

Addr: 5229 Slygo Rd., Trenton Ga., 30752 Attn. Mary Piez

Sugar Cove Farm
Hiawassee NC: Sugar Cove Farm has about 50 miles of mountain trails, some open and some primitive, in the North Georgia Mountains along the North Carolina Border in the Nanahala National Forest Wilderness. The farm is available for vacation rental, for riding, board, horse rentals, overnight accomidations, bed and breakfast, and just plain fun. Check out their site at or call Buddy and Nancy Taylor at 704-389-6558 for more information.
Buddy and Nancy Taylor, web page Click Here
Submitted by: L. Matt Wilson Click Here

NOTE: The farm actually sits astride the North Carolina - Georgia border, but you can not drive a car to the farm except from the North Carolina side, because the Georgia side abuts a Wilderness area and crosses a high ridge. Its even a difficult ride, but a beautiful one, in from the Georgia side.

Lynne McClung
Ridgeview: Near Helen & Clarkesville. Many trails nearby, Primative camping.
Ron & Lynne McClung, P.O.Box 370, 150 Ben T. Huiet Hwy.[255alt], Sautee-Nacoochee, Ga. 30571-0370 PH 706-754-7102.
E-mail Lynne McClung Click Here

Sparkleberry Farm
Metter: Boarding, Leasing and Riding Instruction. Rural setting with miles of riding available. Excellent barn facility. Paddocks/Pastures have sheds and/or trees for shade. Excellent security owners on premises.
Phone: 912.685.5958
Barn: 912.685.4195
Rt. 1
Metter, Georgia 30439
E-mail Kathy L. Dixon Click Here

Kelli Mann, (North GA)
I have a place for a few horses to stay overnight. I have three stalls or turnout. I'm a private residence so there are no hassles. Coggins papers and health certificate is required for each horse.
There are hotels three/four miles from the house.
Please call for reservations. Cost $20.00 per horse/night.

Hide Away Farm
Kelli Mann
Canton, Ga 30114
678-575-0434 cell
E-mail Kelli Mann Click Here

Hot to Trot Stables
Pooler: Hot to Trot Stables is located just off of I-95 and highway 80 in Pooler, Georgia just five minutes from downtown Savannah. We offer wooded trail rides for hours both small and large groups. We will provide anything your heart desires from childrens bithday parties to large BBQ dances and moon light trail riding. Just ask and if we dont have it, we will do are best to make arrangements to provide it.
Over-night stays for your horses and long term boarding available. Riding lessons both english and western. Educational horsemanship programs designed for your special groups. Children weekend day camps and summer camps, ages 6 and up.

We are family owned and live on the farm. We will take care of you and your horses with a personal touch. Call for information or reservations at 912-964-8118 or Bring the whole family or just drop the kids off.
E-mail Hot to Trot Stables Click Here

Mason Place Horse Ranch
Canon: We are a bed/breakfest/barn facility that has 2 rooms in our home, 7 stalls, riding ring-pasture turnout, trail riding. Our location is 5 minutes from 1-85 and 15 minutes from the S. Carolina border.
Phone 706-356-5228
1211 Jackson Bridge rd. Canon, GA. 30520
E-mail Mason Place Horse Ranch Click Here

Luella Stables
McDonough: General and overnight horse boarding with easy trailer access, parking and a wide variety of lodging and restaurants nearby. We feature a 100'X 200'arena, training trails, jumps, barrels, and other training props. Riding lessons are also available.
Conveniently located 1/4 mile off Exit #216 on I-75, 20 miles south of Atlanta.

Luella Stables
1356 Highway #155 South
McDonough, Georgia 30253
Phone: (770) 898-8213
Mobile: (678) 358-7130
E-mail Luella Stables, Karl Sauebrey Click Here

James and Debbie Waller
Commerce: I have a few stalls in my barn that are mostly not used, so I wanted to offer them to anyone traveling with their horses.
We are just a few miles off I-85 north of Atlanta in Commerce Georgia. The UGA Vet School is only about 15 miles south of us in Athens. Watson Mill State Park is about 25 miles, as are in the North Georgia Mountains. We travel with our horses, so we know it's nice to find a place to layover. We have meet some real nice folks in the process.
Phone (706) 335-4227 Ask for James or Debbie.
E-mail James and Debbie Waller Click Here

Hidden Paradise Farms
Macon: We are on the Hurricane evacutation route.
We are within 15 minutes of Macon right off of I-475.
Please provide vet records such as shots, worming and coggins for your horses.
Phone numbers 478-935-9221 or 478-335-3084.
321 McCallum Place
Lizella, GA 31052

E-mail Michael Wuolukka, Hidden Paradise Farms Click Here
Web Page Hidden Paradise Farms Click Here

Five Forks Cattle Company
(close to the boarder of Georgia and South Carolina)
We are located just off Interstate 1-85 about an hour and a half N of Atlanta and about 20 minutes S of Greenville. We have clean box stalls, fresh water, and Hay available. We have a comfortable two bedroom house with central HVAC right beside the stable and corral area so there is no need to go to a hotel.
We can normally provide house and stable with short notice. Give us a call at 864-423-7364

Five Forks Cattle Company.
Scott Wilson 864-423-7363
I-85 at exit 21 in South Carolina
Web page Five Forks Cattle Company Click here
E-mail: Five Forks Cattle Company Click Here

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Trail Rides (bring your own horse or mule)

Blanche Manor
Ellijay: Blanche Manor in Ellijay, is only a few minutes from Blue Ridge, GA and Copperhill, TN.
Riders can bring their own horses if they would like, as long as they have a negative coggins.
We also provide a full service horse rental operation for beginner to experienced riders. We do hay rides with a dinner and bonfire on Friday and Saturday nights. The ride is very beautiful and relaxing in which we cross streams and climb ridgetops.
Our contact numbers are 706-455-7433 or 423-496-1060.
E-mail Peggy Blanche Click Here
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JL Adams Farms
Camilla: We have over 1,000 acres of contiguous property and have cut over 12 miles through pine stands, oak groves, and farmland. We provide a country buffet at lunch. The first trail ride had all 5 star ratings from those involved.
Check our web site for Current ride dates.

5358 Schley Road
Camilla, GA 31730
PH 229-336-8298
FAX 229-336-1266

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E-mail Vicki Adams Davis Click Here
Web Page JL Adams Farms Click Here

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