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Beartown State Park

Monterey: PH 413-528-0904

Erving State Forest

Erving: Trails, Ph 508-544-3939

Kennith Dubuque Memorial State Forest

Charlemont PH 413-339-5504

Maudsley State Park

Newburyport: Trails PH 508-465-7223

Horseneck Beach State

Westport Point: PH 508-636-8816

Harold Parker State Forest

North Andover: Trails PH 508-686-3391

Nickerson State Forest

Brewster: Trails PH 508-896-3491

Pitsfield State Forest

Pitsfield: PH 413-442-8992

Savoy Mountain State Forest

North Adams: Trails PH 413-663-8469

Willard Brook State Forest

West Townstead: PH 508-597-8802

Wompatuck State Park

Hingham: PH 781-749-7160

Myles Standish State Forest

Horse camping is terrific here. Horses stay on your site in your own style of coral or high line system. 37 Sites dedicated to horse campers only with well maintained and clean bathrooms.
Large sites accommodate the largest of trailers. There is a host family on the sites weekends from Memorial Day thru Labor Day. Camping is being extended this season into October.
The forest has an extensively well marked bridle trail system, however if you ask and explore you can learn of the more shaded and scenic interior trails that are out of the sun and show off the natural pond systems deep in the forest. From one hour loops too extensive five plus hour loop rides there is much to offer.
The ground and footing is sandy base with few rocks and roots. The Cutter field system always has a breeze on a hot day with ample grazing for a mid afternoon break. If you have a camper or LQ trailer the park offers a very accessible dump station behind the main office.
This camping for horses is a hidden secret in Southeastern Massachusetts’s that any horse enthusiast should try.
Submitted by: Jim Munro

Domnarski Farm

Ware: We allow trail riders to park at our farm and ride for free. We also host group trail rides that are fun.
Phone 413-262-8432

Matthew and Lisa Domnarski
77 Bacon Road
Ware, Massachusetts 01082

E-Mail: Domnarski Farm, Matthew and Lisa Domnarski
Web page Domnarski Farm


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

Some campgrounds are also good for layover places

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

Thom Gifford

Middleboro: Thom Gifford, 56 Summer Street
Middleboro, MA 02346.1309, PH 1-508-947-3563, FAX 1-508-947-4022
E-mail: Thom Gifford
Swallows Nest

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Trail Rides (bring your own horse or mule)

Web Page for Trail Rides in New England area

Trail Rides in New England states
Eastern Competitive Trail Ride Association
New England Horse and Trail
E-mail: Submitted by: Lois Crowley

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