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Anne O'Dell web page: New York State Horse Council Trail Chair
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Brookfield Trail System
Location: Brookfield, Madison County, NY
Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Camping: Free, no reservation needed
Trail Miles: 130
Maps: Available from NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, Region 7, P. O. Box 594, Sherburne, NY 13460-0594, 607-674-4036 (M-F, 8 to 4:45). After hours call 607-674-9766 or 674-9555.
USGS Quad: Brookfield, Hubbardsville, Sherburne, 7.5'
Multiple Uses: Camp, Hike, Horse, Cross Country Ski, Snowmobile
Getting There: The town of Brookfield is approximately 25 miles southwest of Utica. To get to the assembly area from the NYS Thruway (I-90), take exit 31 to Route 12 South to the town of East Hamilton (approx. 29 miles). Turn left onto Larkin Road, follow for 3 miles to its end at Moscow Road. Turn right (south) on Moscow Road for 1/2 mile to the site of the former Moscow Hill Civilian Conservation Corps Camp; this is the Assembly Area.
Submitted By: Anne O'Dell Click here E-mail

More information from: Beth Worden
Some information on the Brookfield System...I live about one hour for there and ride there frequently.

The facilities at the Moscow Hill Assembly Area: Covered tie stalls, approx. 75. Camping is free. (The only reason I love NY!!!) The trails are abundant. The trails can be steep (up hill, both ways) and rocky but are certainly passable and wide enough. Also, the mud is plentiful if there has been rain - Yes, water can stay on a side hill!! There have been many improvements in the past 2 years. Water pump available for watering horses and also a creek within 500 yards of the camping facilities. A private General Store is located directly across from the assembly area. They sell supplies, offer breakfast, lunch and dinners. This is a plus for you cowboys (and gals) without cooking skills. Also, they give trail rides on with their own string of horses. All-in-all, a good place to ride and camp.
Happy Trails,
Beth Worden
E-mail: Submitted by: Beth Worden Click here E-mail

Endless Trails Guesthouse
Endless Trails Guesthouse is located at 8856 Larkin Road Hubbardsville, NY 13355.
We have a 350 acre farm across Moscow Road from the Brookfield Trail System Assembly Area.
We provide box stalls and guest rooms with private bathrooms for those horse riders or drivers who prefer a comfortable bed. We have trails on our farm wide enough for wagons and carriages that lead to the Brookfield Trail System Assembly Area.

Web page Endless Trails Guesthouse

Pam Williams
Phone 315-899-3351

CATSKILL FOREST PRESERVE
Bear Spring Mountain Wildlife Management Area
(Southwestern Catskills)
Location: Walton, Delaware County, NY
Difficulty: Moderate
Camping: RESERVATIONS REQUIRED, call 1-800-456-CAMP. FEE.
Trail Miles: 25
Maps: Available fro the NYS DEC Region 4, 1150 North Westcott Road,
Schenectady, NY 12306-2014, telephone 518-357-2048. Campground phone number April to December ONLY: 607-865-6989.
USGS Quad: Corbett 7.5'
Multiple Uses: Camp, Fish, Hike, Horse, Hunt, Mountain Bike, Swim, Cross Country Ski.
Getting There: This trail system is located on the western edge of the Catskill Forest Preserve, about five miles southeast of the Village of Walton. Drivers beware! If you take Route 206 from Walton to enter the trail system from its northern edge, you and your towing vehicle will encounter several seriously steep climbs.
A less direct but easier route: take Route 17 to the East Branch exit (56 miles east of Binghamton). Take Route 30 north about 7 miles, turn left onto East Trout Brook Rd, which takes you to the camping facility.

The Sleepy Hollow Horse Trail System
(Eastern Catskills)
Location: Palenville and Haines Falls, Greene County, NY
Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Camping: NOT PERMITTED
Trail Miles: 11+
Maps: For a copy of "Horse Trails in New York State", contact NYS DEC
Region 4, 1150 North Westcott Rd, Schenectady, NY 12306-2014, 518-357-2234.
USGS Quad: Kaaterskill, 7.5'
Multiple Uses: Hike, Bike, Horse, Snowmobile
Getting There: There are two access points.
1. Bogart Road, Palenville: Take the NYS Thruway (I-87) exit 20 for Saugerties. Turn left over the overpass and then right onto Route 32 north. Take Rte 32 about 6 miles to its intersection with Route 32A. Follow 32A two miles to its end; turn left on Route 23A west; Bogart Road is almost an immediate right. Drive down Bogart Rd, bear right at split, slow down, small dirt parking area will be on left. This area is usually not full.
2. Schutt Road, Haines Falls: Directions above to Route 23A; stay on 23A. This is a hairy haul as you will be hauling uphill much of the time and around a lovely hairpin turn over Spruce Creek. After the hairpin, look for Route 18 on your right. Turn onto 18, pass a general store (good coffee!) and bear right. Pass Bruce Feml's farm; Schutt Rd will be on your right. It would be wise to stop, get out, and walk down Schutt Rd. a hundred feet or so to the parking area, on the right, to see if there is enough room for your rig. The area is popular with hikers and the lot is often full to overflowing. Arrive VERY early on weekends, or plan to ride during the week.
Submitted By: Anne O'Dell Click here E-mail

The Otter Creek Horse Trails
Location: Greig & Watson, Lewis County, NY
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Camping: Free at this time (may change in 1998)
Trail Miles: 65+
Maps: Available from NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, Region 6, RD 3 Box 22A, Lowville, NY 13367, phone 315-376-3521.
USGS Quad: Crystal Dale & Brantinham; 7.5'
Multiple Uses: Camp, Fish, Hike, Horse, Snowmobile, Cross-Country Ski
Driving Directions: From the NY State Thruway (I-90), take NYS Route 12 to Glenfield. Turn right into the hamlet of Glenfield (Main Street). Turn east (right again) onto Greig Road. Follow Greig Road to the end. Turn left onto Pine Grove Road. Follow Pine Grove Road 1.2 miles and turn right (east) onto Chases Lake Road. The entrance to the Trail System,which leads directly into the Assembly Area, will be approximately 3.4 miles on the right.
Submitted By: Anne O'Dell Click here E-mail

More information from: Jim Ives
Just got back from riding in Otter Creek State park and thought I would give you some details.
The place is really tailored for the horse people. They have free camping with about 100 tie stalls. Picket lines are not allowed. Coggins tests and health records are mandatory if you want to stay in the camp ground. All of the stalls are under roof and have running water near by and a dump station for campers with holding tanks. They have one facility with running water (cold) and toilets but no showers. Also have firewood cut and stacked for you to use (Free if you can believe it). This is the first year for no picket lines and to prevent turning people away they put in a large overflow area for additional camping.
Most of the trails are sand with some gravel. Not much in the way of rough terrain. All of the trails are kept in very good condition and marked clearly. Blow downs etc. are kept cleared. They also have picinic tables and places to tie the horses at some of the scenic areas along the trail. You will occasionally run in to some ATV's but they are very considerate of the horse people.
Camping permits for stays of longer than 3 days or for groups of campers are no longer required.
Trails are still well marked and will be just enough of a challenge for a long day of exploring. It takes about a week of daily 5 to 6 hour rides to cover most of the marked trails. The best trails pass through serene valley glades with twisting descents to sturdy bridges across creeks and marshes.
Picnic tables are present at particularly scenic lookout spots marked on the free trail map. One trail takes riders through a stand of amber trunked pine trees supporting a canopy of soft green.
If you see a "Caution" sign and bear footprints in the mud, stay alert. Bears are far less of a threat than some of the private cottage owners. Ignore the road signs asking riders not to stray into nearby cottage areas and you'll find yourself in an angry confrontation.
Local services are becoming available to support visiting horse campers. John Oeschger of nearby Lyons Falls (315-348-5266) has high quality hay grown on his farm at a reasonable price.

The park ranger and his staff are very accomodating and really help to get you settled in for the stay. With the number of rigs over the weekend (full house) I was amazed at how quiet it was by 9 P.M.
Also on the way home we saw signs for a place in Brookfield New York that is supposed to have 160 miles of trails. It is about 20 miles south of Utica on Route 12. I don't have any details on this place yet, but according to people that I talked with at Otter Creek this place was started first and Otter Creek was tailored after it. They said it is also quite nice.
If you have any questions, please feel free to E-mail me. Happy Trails, Jim
Submitted by: Jim Eves Click here

Mane Stay Horse Camp (Otter Creek area)
If you love the great trails at Otter Creek but would like the human comforts of water and electric for the trailer or would rather a dry cabin with electricity instead of a tent - check out the accomodations available at Mane Stay Horse Camp. Independence RIver trail and Shady trail are about 200 feet from the entrance to Mane Stay. Debbie and Jerry are most gracious hosts. Jerry rode the trails with us. Our horses seemed to appreciate the chance to stretch out in one of the spacious and safe corrals. The box stalls were safe, clean, and under roof. We look forward to a return trip.
Mane Stay Horse Camp Phone # 315-376-7924
Web Page Mane Stay Horse Camp
Submitted by: Mim and Ralph Ackerman Click here

Horse Camps at Otter Creek Horse Trails
The best variety of camp and campsite rentals for you and your horse at the premier trail riding vacation destination in New York State- Otter Creek Horse Trails!
Located at 7636 Hiawatha Lake Rd. Glenfield, NY 13343, 40 minutes north of Utica, NY in the beautiful foothills of the adirondack mountains.

Safe, comfortable and private!
Ride 65 miles of pristine sandy trails running through creeks, rivers, woodland and pine forests all managed by New York State Department Environmental Conservation.
Stay at our adirondack camps, cabins or campsites with all the comforts of home for both you and your horse.

For complete details go to web page, e-mail ot call 315-771-8884
Web Page Horse Camps at Otter Creek
E-Mail: Liz Click here

Hector National Forest
Hector: Miles? camping? PH 505-624-6058

Finger Lakes National Forest
(Used to be known as the "Hector Land Use Area")
Location: Hector, Schuyler and Seneca Counties, NY
Difficulty: Easy
Camping: Free, no reservation needed
Trail Miles: About 12.5
Maps: Free maps in a brochure about the Forest are available at the trail head, or in advance from the Forest Office. Topographic maps are available from the Forest Office for a small charge. Finger Lakes National Forest, 5218 State Route 414, Hector, NY 14841, phone 607-546-4470.
USGS Quad: Burdett & Lodi, 7.5'
Multiple Uses: Camp, fish, hike, horse, hunt, cross-country ski, snowmobile.
Getting There: From Watkins Glen, NY, take State Route 414 north for 8.1 miles to County Route 2 (Route 2 is about .6 mile north of the Hector District Rangers Office). Turn right onto Route 2 (look for a sign pointing to the Red House Country Inn) and go 3.9 miles to the Backbone Horse Camp entrance on the left.
Submitted By: Anne O'Dell Click here E-mail

Six Nations Horse Trail (Sugar Hill)
Watkins Glen: Six Nations Horse Trail (Sugar Hill) 40+ miles of trails, Watkins Glen, NY Free camping no reservations needed. Camping permits are needed for a stay of 4 days or longer or groups of 10 & larger. Coggins required & proof of rabies recommended. Multi-use area 16 tie stalls in parking area, water & pit toilets. Hitch racks and some set up electric fence in grassy area can also picket between trees.
Directions. From Rt 17, take exit 40. North on Rt 226 to Rt 23 (12 miles). Turn right on Rt 23 and follow it to the intersection with Rt. 21. Turn left onto Rt 21, to Tower Hill Road. Turn right on Tower Hill Road go about 1/2 mile and turn left into the Tower camping area.

NOTE: Call ahead PH# 607-776-2165 or 607-292-6822 there are three or four archery events held in the forest throughout the year. During these events, the Tower trail head area and certain sections of trail are closed to horses. another place to camp is on Corbett Hill Road, no water, has pit toilet BEWARE of the marching convicts from near by prison camp the mass of red dressed men marching and singing tends to spook most horses.
Submitted By: Garth & Kathy Rumsmoke Click here E-mail
Garth and Kathy Rumsmoke, Horse travel information

Donameer Farm, (Near Sugar Hill)
Hammondsport: Located on 90 scenic acres, 10/ 12x12 stalls 12 hookups 30 amp & water close to barn. Several fenced pastures and area of grass to put up portable electric, in 2002 adding several good sized paddocks in a big field. Riding consists of dirt roads, logging trails and neighboring fields Sugar Hill is just a 10 min trailer ride away. Fees: hookup $25 per night / for over 4 nights $20 / Box stalls $10 per night you clean / if we clean $20. Current neg coggins req. Well-behaved dogs welcome. Open Memorial Day weekend and close after Columbus Day.
Donameer Farm / P.O.Box 355 / Hammondsport, NY 14840 / PH 607-569-2115 / Cynthia Harrison & Neal Esposito / email; donameer@empacc.net
E-mail: Cynthia Harrison & Neal Esposito Click here E-mail

Submitted By: Garth & Kathy Rumsmoke Click here E-mail
Garth and Kathy Rumsmoke, Horse travel information

Bear Creek Appaloosas, Sevey's Boatyard Inc.
We have a campground and overnight stabeling with miles of private trails and are 5 miles from The Bear Swamp State Land where there are additional trails and a restaurant. We are the largest breeder of Appaloosa Horses in New York State offering breeding stock, show prospects and stallion service by Image Supreme, Sky Blue Quest, Skipa David, Bright Windstar and Bright King Solomon.
Stalls and campsites are available on a call ahead basis. Negative Coggins required.
Access to Skaneateles Lake for boating with launch ramp, boat rentals and swimming are available as well.
From Route 41A on the West side of Skaneateles Lake, one mile north of New Hope, turn East onto Apple Tree Point Road, Right on to Carver Road and left onto Glen Cove Road.

Phone: Bear Creek Appaloosas 315-496-2310 or Sevey's Boatyard Inc. 315-496-2092. Ask for Pete or Tammy Severson.
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E-mail Pete or Tammy Severson, Sevey's Boatyard Inc. Click here E-mail

Pocantico Preserve in Tarrytown
Tarrytown: Pocantico Preserve in Tarrytown, NY as a wonderful place to ride. About 22 miles of carriage roads are state owned, and the Rockefellers have opened up probably another 30 or more of their private carriage roads to the public. No camping, but excellent parking facilities with a hose and buckets and water available for the horses. Restrooms and a soda machine as well, and a small museum.
Yearly pass is about $30, you need current Coggins. Day passes , I think, are about 12 or 15 dollars. If you go once, you'll want to go again...Rangers as nice as can be. NO BIKES allowed. One trail goes right down to the Hudson, top of trail provides views of the Palisades and Tappan Zee Bridge.
Great place to ride. Footing always maintained, small gravel, wide trails, no steep hills, some moderate climbs.
Submitted By: Esther Fiddes Click here E-mail

North Salem NY
Bacster Rd. off 124 you can ride for 6 to 7 hours and never ride the same trails twice.
Submitted By: DJ Click here E-mail

Mary Ann Rafferty, House in NY state
I have a place available to rent for long weekends or week at a time vacations in NY State.
Sullivan County. About 90 miles from NYC..
House is 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and bath with an enclosed front porch with a hammock. A 2 car garage with a 3 room apartment over it with a bathroom. Also an outside shower house with a shower, sink and toilet. We also have a 3 to 4 stall barn and fenced pasture.
The property itself is 23 acres. We are on back roads and connect to an old logging trail that connects to miles of trails too.
Closest towns:
7 miles to Narrowsburg NY
20 miles to Monticello, NY
20 miles to Honesdale, PA
40 miles to Port Jervis, NY
Phone 610-972-7079
E-Mail Mary Ann Rafferty Click here

R & R Dude Ranch
Otto: Year-round horseback riding facility BYOH or use ours.
We are a B & B with overnight stabling, 13 miles of trails on the property, and 2000 acres of trails on state land next to us.
R & R Dude Ranch, 8940 Lange Road, Otto, NY 14766.
Phone 716-257-5663 Fax 716-257-5664.
E-Mail Alice Ferguson Click here
Web Page R & R Dude Ranch Click here

C & R Stables and Campground
Sherburne: I live in New York State, near the Brookfield Horse Trail System. There are 130 miles of horse trails here, with camping facilities, no electric, hand pump for water. It is all wooded and hilly. Lovely system, free too. I have a stable next door and have a horse bed and breakfast type place. Also I have campsites with water and electric.
We are located just off route 12, North of Sherburne, on Moscow road.
Phone 315-691-3315
E-Mail Jean Folts Click here
Web Page C & R Stables Click here

Balsam Mt Trail head
Hardenburgh NY, Catskill Mnt. Rt. 28 to Drybrook Rd. to Mill brook road, 3 miles up on right is the Balsam Mt Trail head. One 1/4 mile in is a lean too for over night.
Small parking area available. 11,000 acres of trails some marked some not.
Submitted by: Dorothy Jones Click here

Lake Luzerne campgrounds
Lake Luzerne: Very close to Lake George, located on 4th Lake. Lovely area, lots of fun things to do in addition to riding. Horse camp ground is set apart from regular camping area. 22 horse sites.
Campground is NY DEP maintained, and is very well kept up. Two barns with tie stalls, two huge sections of paddocks, corral for each site, basically)high strong PT fence, with water spigots and pipe gates.
Some corrals set up for singles, others will hold several horses. Campsites easy to access, water available, flush toilets. Campgrounds has several hot shower locations. Trails nice, some rocky, but connect to longer trail systems. Close to Painted Pony Rodeo.

Web Page Lake Luzerne campgrounds Click here
Submitted by: Esther Fiddes Click here

Alana Payne
NewPaltz: I have access to 30 acres adjoining my home with an additional 50 acres of orchards for trailriding.
I am 4 miles from Lake Minnnewaska and Mohonk access trails for additional riding. On the premesis, I have 16' x 16' stalls available, huge grass turn out padocks some withrun in sheds.
Water and electric usage available at the stalls for camper hookup and ample parking.
Commercial liability with farm family insurance and 30 years experience inthe horse/trail riding industry.
I offer Western and english rifing at the facility. Horse rentals are available at a reasonable fee.
E-Mail: Alana Payne Click here

My Saddle Brook Farm
Walden: We are located less than 10 minutes from the I-84 & I-87 interchange just of route 17K on the Shawangunk Wine Trail in Walden NY. We are less than 1/2 hour from the Largest Factory Outlet in the World, Woodbury Commons; 25 Min. from Historical West Point, and just minutes from the Goshen Racetrack, Trotters Hall of Fame, and the NY State Horse Quarantine facility at Stuart Airport.

We offer a Full service Bed & Breakfast, for the horse & rider our facility offers large box stalls, indoor riding arena with heated viewing room, outdoor ring, grass paddocks, direct trail access, lessons ~ English & Western; beginner through advance, indoor wash stall, feed available or self supplied, Limited RV hookup.

My Saddle Brook Farm
163 Berea Road
Walden New York 12586
845-778-3420 or Cell: 914-804-0958

Web Page My Saddle Brook Farm Click here
E-mail: Helen M. King Click here

Pure Country Campground
We offer tent sites, RV camper and Horse trailer sites with electric and water (dumping station is available) and one family cabin at this time.
One major benefit that makes our sites unique is the easy access to 130 miles of the Brookfield Trail System. Brookfield is a famous haven for hiking, biking, bird watching, fishing and horseback riding or just a leisurely picnic among the area wildlife.
Fall foliage makes for amazing views absolutely perfect for photos.

Web Page Pure Country Campground Click here

Phone (607) 847-9265

Address:
176 Kelly Road
New Berlin, NY 11753

Double DAB Riding Stable
You can come and enjoy a beautiful horseback ride through miles of trails, your horse or ours.
Open year round, We also have pony rides, petting farm, picnic area. Located along the Chautauqua-Lake Erie Wine Trail. There are meny Bed & Breakfasts to chose from.
Double DAB has a farm-like environment. We have several kinds of farm animals. We have over 70 horses.
Most of them were born, raised, and trained on the farm.

Darlene Breads
5811 Welch Hill Rd
Ripley NY l4775
Phone 716-736-4418

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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

The Bark Eater Inn
Keene: The Bark Eater Inn Ph 518-576-2221

Mountain View Farm
Gardiner: Stalls, outdoor arena, 12.2 Miles of trail on the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail Close to Minnewaska State Park Preserve. Overnight parking, campers/tents, boarding per month, transportation.
Ph. 914-255-5563,
Addr:99 Dusinberre Road, 12525. Bonnie Lanier Rinaldo

Edgerley B & B
We have a beautiful B&B on a 14 acrea estate. The rooms all have private baths, some with jacuzzi. Our amenities include a hot tub, in ground swimming pool. We are located 5 minutes from Letchworth State Park and 10 minutes from Swain Ski Area. We serve full home cooked breakfasts. PLUS, we have a 6 stall horse barn, indoor 70x100 lighted horse riding arena. The property included an outdoor arena, paddock, pastures with watering available. We are located 1/8 mile off Route 436 between Nunda and Portageville, in beautiful western New York.

Edgerley B & B
9303 Creek Rd.
Hunt, N Y 14846
716-468-2149

E-mail: Jane & Ed Peterson Click here E-mail

R & R Dude Ranch
Otto: R & R Dude Ranch, Recreation Ranch Estates B & B.
Stalls, Holding pens, several pastures, arena. Have elect hookup for campers, 10 miles of trail. Rental Horses.
Alice Ferguson, Lange Road, P.O. Box 124, Otto NY. 14766.
Ph 716-257-5140

Paul Peachin
Oneonta, I have overnight space available for horse people who are traveling thru with their horses. I am located off I-88 between Binghamton and Albany NY. I am interested in receiving entries from other people who travel with horses and are willing to put the horses up overnight Ph 607-397-8931.
E-mail Paul Peachin Click here E-mail

Foxe Farmhouse Bed and Barn
Cherry Creek: 12X12 Box stalls, Paddock with run in sheds, pasture. 4000 acres of state and private forest. Double rooms and Single rooms.
Located on Chautauqua County Rt 66 between Ellington and Sinclairville. Ph toll free 877-468-5523. or 716-962-3412
Carol Lorenc, Proprietor, 1880 Thornton Road, 14723

Ken Williams
Franklinville: Located near Franklinville Ny, we have a pond 300 ft. long, by 130 ft.across, with lots of fish in it, theres plenty of camping all around the pond, Were about (1) hour from Buffalo Ny. We could supply a power cord, for trailer's, we have milles of trails, 20,000 acres to ride.

Driving directions from Erie Pa: Rt.17 to Hinsdale exit,turn left,go to Franklinville rt.98 turn left, go aprox 2 miles to Bennett rd.turn left, go aprox 3/4 mi red barn on right starts my property, 1200 ft from barn is my green mail box and my drive-way.!

Driving directions from Buffalo Ny: take I-90 to the 400, Olean Ny to Rt.16 take 16 for about 45 minutes to Franklinville Ny.
Go through Franklinville to rt.98 s. turn right go about 2 miles to Bennett rd. turn left go 3/4 miles red barn on right starts property 1200 ft from barn to green mailbox and driveway enjoy the view!

Ken and Sue Williams
6979 Bennett Rd.
Franklinville, Ny
PH 1-716-676-3543
As for driving directions, there are many ways to come, call or E-mail
E-mail Ken Williams Click here E-mail

Owl Creek Farm
We are located in the scenic Finger Lakes area - 25 minutes from Ithaca, Owego, Elmira and Northern Pennsylvania. Near Interstate 86 and just off Route 96.
Three large pastures are available for horses, 5 stalls and trails.
Overnight camping with electric and water available.

Please call for more information and detailed directions.
Owl Creek Farm
292 Owl Creek Road
Spencer, New York 14883
Phone 607-589-4792
Owners: Randy and Barbara Thayer

Submitted By: Mindy Albanese Click here

Painted Bar Stables in Burdett NY near Finger Lakes National Forest
We also offer overnight stabling in 12x12 stalls for vacationers.
Unfortunately we do not have the facilities to host their owners, but there are a plenitude of local bed and breakfasts that are listed on our website.

Web Page Painted Bar Stables Click here

Painted Bar Stables
4093 Lake Avenue
Burdett NY 14818

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Trail Rides (bring your own horse or mule)

Web Page for Trail Rides in New England area
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Trail Riding Events
Join us at NY Equestrian Campground for one of our Trail Riding Events held during the year.
We are a campground located in New Berlin, NY and we adjoin the Brookfield Trail System.
Accommodations include a pavilion with a comfort lounge and 4 bathrooms with hot/cold showers, 3 outdoor hot/cold showers, an outdoor 110' x 220' riding arena, covered 5' x 10' stalls with latches, etc.
For more information and event dates and details, please visit our Camping section and Training Events Calendar at LIHorseCommunity.com
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