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Acadia National Park, Maine - The Historic Rockefeller Carriage Road System
In-Park stabling and overnight camping Available June - October Reservations Required
Phone: 207-276-3622, In Season
Phone: 859-356-7139, Winter number
Write: Acadia's Wildwood Stable, Box 241, Seal Harbor, Maine, 04675
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DESCRIPTION: According to the US National Park Service, Acadia features the finest and most extensive system of purposefully built horse riding and carriage driving roads in the nation! Built between 1913 and 1940 by the late John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Acadia's 57 mile carriage road system is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Some 47 miles are located in the park and 10 miles are on the Rockefeller family's private estate which they open to horse use (no bikes however)

The park's stable, Wildwood is an old estate farm and 30 box stalls are provided. 10 camp sites are for stall renters who want to camp in the park and near by their horse.

Submitted By: Bobbye Winterberg Click Here

Carousel Horse Farm
Casco: We offer rough camping services for horseowners plus stalls and paddocks or trailer tieing and portable coarrals are allowed. The camping area is fenced in and leads directly onto the trail head. We have over one hundred miles of trails which include two spectacular mountaintop views and two lunch rides to area restaurants. There are over thirty miles of firm sandy trails and over 40 miles of driving trails. We also have rocky challenging trails for the more advanced rider. We also offer a few horses here for lease to experienced riders or horse owners who cannot bring their own horse.
Take I-95 North into Maine and get off at exit 11 the Gray exit. take a left after the toll booth onto route 202 approximately 3 miles down route 115 forks off to the right. Take that right and follow about 2 miles to the first intersection with a light. take a right onto route 302. follow about 4 miles to Raymond. at second light in Raymond take a right onto route 121. about one quarter of a mile in you must take another right to stay on 121. go 6 miles to first blinking light, go straight about one mile the speed limit drops to 30, one quarter of a mile later there is a church on the right and the Casco town hall directly across the street. Take left turn in front of the town hall. After you have made the turn Oxford Bank will be on your right. we are the seventh drive after the bank on the right. It's the first farm and there is a large sign on the road that says Carousel Horse Farm.

Tiffany Payton

Carousel Horse Farm
LLC69 Leach Hill Rd.
Casco, Maine 04015
Phone 207-627-4471

E-mail: Tiffany Payton Click Here
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Triple J Farm
We are a new facility in Bowdoin, ME (located on 201 near Brunswick, ME). We have overnight camping with individual turn-outs at each campsite for horses. Fire rings, picnic tables, hot shower, camp equipment available, etc. Great fun!. Unlimited miles of trails-direct access from farm. We host a number of benefit trail rides.
Great prizes for the winning posse. Continental breakfast and lunch provided.

Directions: From I-295 North, Exit 37 (old 25) - right off the exit onto Rt 138. Follow Rt 138 approx 2.5 miles to intersection of Rt 201. Right onto Rt 201 (north) approx 2.5 miles. Triple J Farm is on your right (sign just after drive to farm) just beyond Country Fare Landscaping and Golf Course. House and barn are 1000 ft. from the road.

From I-295 South, Exit 37 (old 25) - left off the exit onto Rt 138. The follow above directions from that point.

Phone: 207-666-3097
E-mail: Triple J Farm Click Here

Rocking S Ranch
Fort Fairfield: The Rocking S Ranch, Inc in Fort Fairfield, Maine offers Horse Camping with Trailer hookup and Box Stalls or Horses in Camp. We have over 50 miles of trails and riverfront camping and riding.
Phone 207-768-1444
Web Page: Rocking S Ranch Click Here
E-mail: Steve Ulman Click Here

Memory Lane Vacations
Andover: Open 4 seasons but for horseback ~ May 1st to October 25th
Located in the Western Maine Mountains, Memory Lane offers an exclusive vacation adventure for horse owners.
Small & friendly, where you won't be forgotten. Deb & Matt will be sure your stay is special. Enjoy the fully furnished studio complete with kitchen, bathroom, deck, satellite TV, heat, A/C & hot tub.
It is furnished with all eating & cooking implements, stocked with towels and linens. It has a private entrance.

There are two campsites with electric hook-up. Community fireplace & picnic table are available for the guests. Water hose is located nearby. Other rough camping spots available too.
Horse accommodations in open-air box stalls or inside the old barn in solid box stalls. There are several electric paddocks and a round pen for turn-out or exercise. There have been as many as 10 guests horses stabled here at one time. There is running water to all paddocks.

The trail system is unbelievable with loops from 1-2 miles and up to 30+ and with many options adding up to over 100 miles of trails. They are varied in terrain and range from easy/beginner to adventurous/experienced.
There are a lot of water crossings including the beautiful sandy bottomed Ellis River which is a short walk from Memory Lane. All trails leave the property directly, no need to trailer out to ride!

Directions: From Route 2 [between Rumford on the East & Bethel on the West] take Route 5 North toward Andover village, this is also called Ellis River Road. Memory Lane will be about 9 miles up from that intersection of 2 & 5. It is on the right side and there is a sign at the roadside.
See photos on the website.

Designated a Best of America by Horseback TV official destination!
Proud hosts of the Grand Tour of Maine in Sept. 2007 and Reunion Ride scheduled for Oct 10-12, 2008!

Web Page: Memory Lane Vacations Click Here
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Deb Cayer & Matt Bean
551 South Main Street
Andover ME 04216

Horse Trail in North Maine Woods at Historic Pittston Farm
We are just beginning, we have one trail ready, it is part of our recreational Trail and starts here at our facility. The trail route has recently been changed because of the new multipurpose ATV tail that comes here.
The horse trail is now incorporated with the ATV trail and added many miles, can go from our facility to Jackman, via State of Maine Public Reserve Land, toward Jackman.
The distance of our new trail is about 7 miles one way and maybe to can extend it all the way to Jackman, about 45 miles. (Still to come)

We will be having many more shorter trails but this is a beginning. I will update your with improvements and I hope to have a package developed soon with a Riding stable in Jackman.
There is no cost for use and trail is moderate in difficulty.
We are located West or Moosehead Lake (1 hour) and North or Rockwood, ME (30 min.). on the Northern Road. 04478

Submitted By: Jenny Mills Click Here
Bob and Jenny Mills
Historic Pittston Farm
53 Pittston Farm Road
Pittston Academy Grant Twp., ME 04478


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".

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Trail Rides (bring your own horse or mule)

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New England Horse and Trail
E-mail: Submitted by: Lois Crowley

Ellis River Riders
Our club hosts lots of open rides through the season. Our facility has a 20 stall barn, 20' X 50' picnic pavilion, food booth, water and lots of lovely trails. We are in the western mountains of Maine. For more information visit our web site thanks alot!!!
Ellis River Riders, web site Click Here
E-mail: Deb & Matt Click Here

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