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Trails, Campgrounds and Overnight Hosts

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Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
Sharpsburg: PH 301-739-4200
184 miles from Washington, D.C. along the Potomac River to Cumberland, MD. for more detailed trail information go to.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal - The C and O Canal Click Here

Pocomoke River State Forest
Snow Hill: PH 410-632-2566

Potomac Garrett State Forest
Oakland: PH 301-334-2038

Savage River State Forest
Grantsville: PH 301-895-5759

Tuckahoe State Park
Tuckahoe State Park has trails for riding but it is also the site of Tuckahoe Equestrian Center. They sponsor lots of activities at the park and elsewhere (like Fair Hill). They also have wild west days in September.
park office PH 410-820-1668
Submitted by:Georgie Walks With Horses Hindsman Click Here

Happy Hills Campground
The Happy Hills Campground is located in Hancock MD. I-70 Directions: Take I-70 to Exit 1-b-Rt. 522S. Hancock, 0.2 mile Hancock exit, 144 West 2.4 miles, left on Willow Road 2.8 miles, left on Seavolt Road.04 miles.

Unsure of the miles of trails. They have marked mountain trails and the C&O canal National Park near by.
A new 20 stall barn or bring your portable corral.
There are 200 camp sites and 9 camping cabins.
There are bathhouses with hot showers, a swimming pool, miniature golf, game room etc...
Submitted By: David Elliott Click Here

Happy Hills Campground
12617 Seavolt Road
Hancock, Mary land 21750
(301) 678-7760
Fax (301) 678-7792
E-Mail: Happy Hills Campground Click Here

Tuckahoe Equestrian Center
The Tuckahoe Equestrian Center is a fast-growing, family and youth-oriented equine facility located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in Tuckahoe State Park, near the town of Ridgely.
We are a not-for-profit, 501 (c)(3) organization, actively promoting all equestrian activities such as 4-H, trail riding, driving, jousting, parades and horse shows which include jumping, dressage and English or Western equitation.
Web page Tuckahoe Equestrian Center Click Here

Hoof Prints in The Sand
Parsonsburg: Hoof Prints is a recreational and therapeutic trail riding center located in the Wicomico Forest on the eastern shore of Maryland. The eastern shore has mild temperatures and we welcome riders any time of the year.
Hoof Prints offers horse campers comforts and conveniences in a natural setting. Bring your horses, tents, RVs and stay with us or use our horses if you'd like.

We offer naturalist guided trail rides, therapeutic riding by NARHA certified instructors, and horse camping. Hoof Prints' is set on 20 private acres with trail access to 1200 acres of trails and roads maintained by Maryland's Department of Natural Resources.
Just a 25 minute drive to Assateague National Sea Shore, riding the beach with the wild ponies is a highlight for our campers. I have attached a flyer with more information about Hoof Prints. We welcome all riders for a unique eastern shore experience!

5367 Sixty Foot Road
Parsonsburg, MD 21849
(410) 835-8814
E-Mail: Sandy Winter Click Here
Web page Hoof Prints in The Sand Click Here

Trails in Maryland
Here's some info from the Maryland Rail Trail program (www.railtrails.org).

Baltimore and Annapolis Trail
Anne Arundel County, 13 mi. Asphalt surface. (410)222-6244

Goldmine Loop Trail
Montgomery County, 3 mi. Dirt surface.

Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway
Harford County, 50 mi. Crushed stone surface.

Mill Trail, Howard County
1 mi. Gravel ballast surface.

Northern Central Railroad Trail
Baltimore/Carroll County, 21 mi. crushed stone surface.
I've ridden this one on bike extensively. It's a beautiful trail that's mostly flat. It extends beyond Baltimore County into Carroll County where it becomes more hilly and then it continues into Pennsylvania as far as York.

Web page York County trail information Click Here

Number Nine Trolley Line
Baltimore/Howard Counties. 2 mi. asphalt

The following trails are maintained by Carroll County Equestrian Center
(410)857-2103 in cooperation with the Carroll County Dept. of Rec. & Parks.

Gillis Falls Equestrian Trails
Carroll County, 5 mi. woodland with stream crossings.

Union Mills Equestrian Trails
Carroll County, 8 mi. woodland/meadow with stream crossings.

Morgan Run Natural Environment Area Trails, Carroll County
I'm not sure of the length of this trail, but it's at least 10k, woodland/meadow with stream crossings.

Piney Run Equestrian Trails
Carroll County, 9.6 miles also with stream crossings.

Trail information on Liberty Reservoir can be obtained from TROT
Trail Riders Of Today (TROT) Click Here
This is an excellent ride.
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

Big Gunpowder Falls
We enjoy riding along the Big Gunpowder Falls in Gunpowder Falls State Park. The Big Gunpowder Trail runs from Rt 40 (Pulaski Hwy) to Harford Road at least 10 miles. There are several loops-Cow Branch Trail, Lost Pond Trail, Sawmill Trail, Stockdale Trail and Sweathouse Trail-that probably add another 10 miles of riding. So, you can make a nice day of riding. There is a small parking lot off of RT 40 on Jones Road and a large parking lot on Rt 1 (Belair Road) at the Big Gunpowder.
Submitted by: Karen Wilson Click Here

Potapsco Valley State Park
We enjoy riding in the Potapsco Valley State Park near Ellicott City. There is over 170 miles of trails.
We park in the McKeldin Area off Marriottsville Road.
Submitted by: Karen Wilson Click Here

Fair Hill
Fair Hill is 5,613 acres with an extensive trail system near Elkton on Route 273. There is camping and stables by reservations. 410-398-1246 .
Submitted by: Karen Wilson Click Here

Gambrill State Park
Gambrill State Park is located on Route 40 west of Frederick. Trailhead Parking Lot is about halfway up the mountain. All trails loop and return to the parking lot except Cotoctin Trail. The Catoctin Trail traverses 26.5 miles through the Frederick City Watershed, Cunningham Falls State Park and Cotoctin Mountain National Park.There are three overlooks offering excellent views of the surrounding area.
Submitted by: Karen Wilson Click Here

Susquehanna State Park
Susquehanna State Park is a great place to spend a day riding. It is located 3 miles north of Havre de Grace. Parking is available at the maintence barn. You can ride along the Susquehanna River to the Conowingo Dam and trails in the hills overlooking the river. There is also the Rock Run Mansion and Grist Mill and the Stepping Stone Museum. Submitted by: Karen Wilson Click Here

Black Acre Farms Inc
I have rooms available for rent in my home or camping in my yard.
We are located 20 minutes from Ocean City and Assateague Beaches.

Black Acre Farms Inc
7406 Libertytown Rd.
Berlin, Maryland 21811-2133
toll free 877-239-0577

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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

Equilibrium Horse Center
Gambrills: Stalls, pens, pasture, riding lessons, Birthday Parties, Summer Horse Riding Camp. Ph 410-721-0885 or 410-573-0545 Fax 410-573-0257.
Addr: 1685 Underwood Road, 21054.
Equilibrium Horse Center web page

Bonnie Evans, farm
Will provide overnite accommodation at my stable on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. We are located within 4 miles of Idlewild State Park.
Phone number 410-479-4848
Address: 27220 Iron Gate Road Federalsburg, Maryland 21632
E-mail: Bonnie Evans Click Here

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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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