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Trails, Campgrounds and Overnight Hosts

Pennsylvania State Park
Harrisburg: 158 miles, Camping?, PH 1-800-637-2757

Blue Knob State Park
Imler: PH 814-276-3576

Canoe Creek State Park
Hollidaysburg: PH 814-695-6807

Moraine State Park
Portersville: PH 412-368-8811

Nockamixon State Park
Quakertown: PH 215-538-2151

Tiadaghton State Forest
Tiadaghton State Forest also has some great trails for horse back riding. The phone number for camping permits (free) is (570)327-3450. There are approximately 200 miles of trails. Plenty of streams for water but no campgrounds that I'm aware of.
Submitted By: Jim Eves Click Here

Tyler State Park
Newtown: PH 215-968-2021

Wyoming State Forest
Bloomsburg: Wyoming state Forest has free camping, they limit the number of rigs at the trailhead to about 12. PH 570-387-4255
Submitted by: Jim Eves Click Here

Cook Forest Scenic Ride, Dude Ranch & Campground
Week long rides and 3 day rides BYOH, 32 acre campground, water/elect campsites, food furnished, stalls, call for dates. Horse rental if needed. Square dancing, live bands, tack auction, horse games, swimming pool, jacuzzi, play ground. Rides May through October.
You have your choice now to go with the organized pkg or ride on your own , choose the food pkg or cook yourself.

Ph. 814-856-2081 or Camp Phone 814-226-5985 Ray and Terrie Smith.
Campground address is Scott Drive Off of Miola Road, Clarion, PA 16214
Web Page Cook Forest Scenic Ride, Dude Ranch & Campground Click Here

Allegheny Portage Railroad Trail
Blair and Cambrian Counties 5 miles wood chip and grass, 1.5 miles of this is abandoned rail lines.
Pennsylvania Rails- to-Trails Click Here
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

Bells Gap Trail
Blair County 12 miles mostly abandoned rail lines.
Pennsylvania Rails-to-Trails Click Here
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

Blue Ridge/Keystone Trail
Franklin/Adams Counties 15 miles.
Pennsylvania Rails-to-Trails Click Here
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

Cumberland Valley Rail-Trail
Cumberland/Franklin Counties.
9 miles primitive condition, original ballast with steep embankments currently under construction.
Pennsylvania Rails- to-Trails Click Here
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

Iron Horse Trail
Perry County, 10 miles dirt and original ballast.
Pennsylvania Rails- to-Trails Click Here
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

Lower Trail
Blair/Huntingdon Counties, 11 miles crushed limestone, active rail trail.
Pennsylvania Rails- to-Trails
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

Mid-State Trail
Centre/Mifflin/Snyder Counties
3.6 miles with the entire Mid-State Trail being 206 miles long (Whew!) Original ballast rail-trail line.
Pennsylvania Rails- to-Trails Click Here
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

New Portage Railroad Trail
Blair County, 13 miles mostly abandoned rail lines.
Pennsylvania Rails- to-Trails Click Here
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

State Game Land 211, rails to trails in central Pa
Dauphin: Some more rails to trails in central Pa. One of the oldest and longest is found on State Game Land 211, which runs from Dauphin Pa (North of Harrisburg) to High Bridge reservoir near Pine Grove, Pa. It is fairly level, rarely used, not open to vehicles and 23 miles long. It passes through a beautiful valley with no houses or businesses within view. It is open to hunting so care should be taken in the fall
Submitted by: Perry Hilbert Click Here

York County Heritage Rail Trail
York County from the MD State Line to Hanover Junction.
10.7 miles with approximately 20 planned, however, this continues into MD for 21 miles. Crushed stone surface.
York County Click Here
Pennsylvania Rails-to-Trails Click Here
Submitted by: Diedra Eby Click Here

Valley Forge National Park
Valley Forge National Park, in Valley Forge, PA, has a spacious trailer parking facility located near the Visitor's Center and can be accessed from Route 422 West, about 2 miles above Route 202 or the Pennsylvania Turnpike, King of Prussia Exit (Exit 24).

Evansburg State Park
Evansburg State Park features 17 miles of trails and is located in Skippack, PA (parts in Collegeville, PA). It can either be accessed by taking Route 73 for about six miles from Route 363, or by taking Germantown Pike for about four miles north of Valley Forge Road.

Green Lane County Park
Green Lane Park, Green Lane, PA, is located on Route 63. The park offers about 15 miles of trails. The trailer parking area is approximately 1.5 miles after the entrance to the main park area. Green Lane is located about 10 miles north of Lansdale, PA, and can be accessed by getting off of the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike at the Lansdale exit. Contact: Green Lane Park, 215-234-4863.

Green Lane Park Opens Equestrian Campground Green Lane Park, Montgomery County, PA offers a new equine camping facility. 18 miles of trails, gorgeous views, horse shelter buildings, and trail maps available. Cost to stay is $7 per night, per site for County residents and $15 per night per site for non-County residents. Volunteer guides are available through the Montgomery County Equine Council.
Contact: Green Lane Park, 215-234-4863
Submitted by: Irv Lichtenstein Click Here

Mountain Top Outfitters
Mountain Top Outfitters, Ph 814 486 0363 over 20,000 acres of wilderness riding. lodging, camping. Guided trail rides. North central PA.
Submitted by: Mountain Top Outfitters, Harold Click Here

Crooked Creek Horse Park
Ford City: Located in Western Pa. The horse park is 114 acres and lies within the Crooked Creek Park and Lake system. It is operated by the Fort Armstrong Horsemens' Association Inc., separate from the main park which is operated by the Army Corp of Engineers. The horse park is a multi use facility and offers just about everything for the horseman from dressage shows to a full scale rodeo. There is camping with full HU and primitive camping in more remote areas. There are rest rooms with showers. The trail system is all maintained by volunteers.
There are about 35-40 miles of permanantly marked trails with 1 20 mile loop and 1 35 mile loop and several smaller ones. The trails are challenging with lots of short hills and no long climbs. Plenty of water crossings and all types of footing will be encountered. Maps are available. Fees are based on type of usage. There are 2 barns with 148 stalls.
For info contact: Wes Jackson at 412-795-6178
Address 137 McKean Rd, Freeport, Penna. 16229
Web Page Crooked Creek Horse Park Click Here

Multi-use trail in the Little Lehigh park
Emmaus to Allentown: The multi-use trail in the Little Lehigh park is from the fish hatchery in Emmaus to Allentown. It is near the Boots and Saddles horse facility. There is a parking lot for trailers and a clean stream that can be used for horses. It's best to avoid the first day of trout season as there are lots of anglers whipping lines overhead. I'm not sure just how many miles long the trail is.

You turn off route 309 on Emmaus Ave. near the Lehigh Valley Medical Center hospital. After following the signs to the fish hatchery on Fish Hatchery Road you will see the hatchery on the left. Keep going across a small stream and the parking lot for the trails is on the right. The trail begins across the road from the parking lot.
Submitted by: Linda Bryniarski Click Here

Flying W Ranch
Tionesta: We are located in the northwestern part of Pa. in the Allegheny National Forest Region. We are a 600 acre horse ranch with access to the over 500,000 acres national forest. We offer trailrides to the novice riders as well as to those who want to bring their own horses on a great vacation. We have stabling facilities for those who bring their own horses. We have 2 campgrounds; one with water & electric hook-ups and one that is primitive camping in the woods.
We have a centrally located shower house and also a dumping station for the self contained units. We have cabins that we rent by the night as well. We have a full service restaurant on the grounds as well as a gift & tack shop.
Our cabins, stalls & campgrounds are open year round with the rest of the facility operating May through October.
Trail rides, organized trail rides, pack trips, summer camp for kids, pavillion rental, bus tours.

Go to our web site for current trail ride dates.

Dale & Margaret Weller
Flying W Ranch, Inc.
HC#2, Box 150
Tionesta, PA 16353
814-463-7663
814-463-7718 home
E-mail: Flying W Ranch Click Here
Web Page Flying W Ranch Click Here

B&C Horse and Tack Supply
Galeton: Come and experiment the excitement of horsebackriding on our many woodland trails and creek crossing, with a Tack shop for all your horse's needs and we also have horses for sale. You can bring own horses, there is camping available.
B&C Horse and Tack Supply
1863 Phoenix Run Road
Sunderlinville, Pa. 16943
Phone 814-628-2800
B&C Horse and Tack Supply web page
E-mail: Cindi and Bill, B&C Horse and Tack Supply Click Here

Green Lane Park
The Overnight Equestrian Campground opened April 1. Site is primitive but a well is on site. Modern facilities are down the road a little ways (showers, laundry).
Reservations are required and a nominal fee is charged. Site is located at end of BLUE trail. By 2004 this site will be connected to Valley Forge National Park via the Perkiomen Trail (about 20 miles).
Park is open all year, some facilities closed in winter. Other county parks have trails as well.
Green Lane belongs to Montgomery County Park Dept. and is the only public overnight equestrian campground in the area

Philadelphia County, Fairmount Park Commission, Memorial Hall, Philadelphia. Trails and riding programs throughout the 64 square miles of the park system. Fee permit required for Wissahickon Valley Watershed, other areas permit not required.
Historic sites and inns, connects with various other trail systems.
The address for the Fairmount Park Commission (Philadelphia County):
POB 21601, Phila., Pa. 19131-0901
Attn: James A. Donaghy, Director of Operations
The Commission owns the Fairmount park System which includes, Wissahickon Creek Park, Pennypack Park, Cobbs Creek Park, West Park, East Park, etc.
Frank Ball, Park Manager, at 610 278 3000
Total area: 64 square miles.
Submitted By: Irv Lichtenstein Click Here

Artillery Ridge Camping Resort
Artillery Ridge Camping Resort & National Riding Stable 610 Taneytown Road Gettysburg, Pa 17325 PH: 717-334-1288 This is a full service campground w/ showers, pool, pavilion and campstore. Have campsites w/ or wout electric and water hookups. nice 10x12 box stalls or 32x 56 corrals sawdust is provided. must call for reservations. Ride the historic trails of Gettysburg.
This is a very nice campground and an interesting ride, we have been there twice and would like to go back. Kathy Rumsmoke
Submitted By: Kathy Rumsmoke Click Here
Garth and Kathy Rumsmoke, Horse travel information

Armstrong Farms
Saxonburg: We are located in Western PA. north of Pittsburgh in Butler County.
We have about 7 miles of trails and stalls for overnight.
We can also provide people lodging in our bed and breakfast.

John and Kathy Allen
Armstrong Farms
Box 430
Saxonburg, PA 16056

"Home of Armstrong Farms Bed & Breakfast"
PH 724-352-2858
Armstrong Farms web Page, Click Here
E-mail: Armstrong Farms, John & Kathy Allen Click Here

Hickory Creek Wilderness Ranch
Tidioute: Bordering Allegheny National Forest. Miles of manicured Trails. Camping with or without your horse.
Stalls available, RV hook ups, wilderness camping, swimming pool, recreation hall, bathrooms, showers. A Relaxing time.
Web Page Hickory Creek Wilderness Ranch Click Here
E-mail: Hickory Creek Wilderness Ranch Click Here

Conashaugh View Horse Trail
Conashaugh View Horse Trail-located in Dingman's Ferry, PA. Offers varied terrain, some steep hills, approximately 13 miles of trail. Trail head has ample parking for multiple trailers.
Directions: from Route 209 take Route 739 north/west to junction of Milford Road-make right on Milford Road and watch for Long Meadow Road on right.
Take Long Meadow Road-it turns into gravel road-trail head is on right.
Submitted By: eileenam Click Here

Happy Trails Equine Center
Kittanning: (an hour northeast of Pittsburgh), 125 acres, including trails over moderately challenging terrain. They can accommodate people wishing to camp (tents can be pitched in the fields behind the riding arena and motor homes can be accommodated as well).
The camping is primitive. There are stalls for horses and paddocks for turnout.

The address is RR2 (Martin Road). Pretty easy to find, although a little off the beaten track.
Kathy Emrick is the owner.
Phone number is 814 257 8935.
Web Page Happy Trails Equine Center Click Here
Submitted By: Holly J. Wood Click Here

Mingo Creek Park
Washington: Mingo Creek Park (2,600 acres) can be accessed off Route 136, 12 miles east of the City of Washington.
This park is a great family facility with picnic shelters, playground areas and ballfields. Mingo Creek meanders through the park and two covered bridges (Ebenezer & Henry) span the creek. Horse enthusiasts can enjoy 15 miles of bridle trails. Bicycle riders and hikers also have designated areas. Annual events at the park include nature walks, hayrides, day camps, needle and yarn workshops, arts and crafts and the popular Covered Bridge Festival. No overnight camping at the park.
Web Page Mingo Creek Park Click Here

For more information or a map showing the horse trails at Mingo Creek Park contact: Washington County Department of Parks and Recreation, Phone 724.228.6867.

Note:
This overnight facility is not far from Mingo Park:
Judy Allen
Eithty Four: Indoor stalls, Turn out, round pen, Ph 724-222-2938.
Addr: 251 Rainey Rd., Eighty Four, 15330.
Submitted By: Rose Click Here

Lake View Trails
Huntingdon: Located on 120 private acres bordering Army Corp. of Engineers at Lake Raystown. Our entrance to the rental cabins is directly at entrance to Snyders Run Boat Launch.
We have the closest private rental on the northern end of Lake Raystown with short walk to the water with view.
Approximately 20 miles of trail at lake property with other areas to ride within a 20 miles drive.
Campsites available with tie-line area and barn available with inside stalls.
Come enjoy the area of Lake Raystown and bring the horses along.

Phone 814-599-4880
Web Page Lake View Trails Click Here
Submitted By: Judy Reed Click Here

Spring House Stables
Bedford, We are located 6 miles off the PA Turnpike Bedford Exit 146. We offer clean safe stalls or an outdoor paddock with run-in for $10 per night/per horse, elec. hook-up for $10 per night, and free rig parking.

Web Page Spring House Stables Click Here
Submitted By: Spring House Stables, Kathy Snyder Click Here

Moshannon State Forest
New campground just off of Quehanna Highway 1 mile north of Pieper on Reservoir Road. The new campground has nice covered tie stalls. Only 6 sites, so you need to reserve ahead, but is free! There is spring water available, no toilets when we were there.
The trails were well marked, with maps available at the mailbox when you turn off the Quehanna Hiway at the 1 mile marker. The trails range from very easy to a little bit tough.
Horses will need shoes or boots - lots of rock! This has many miles of trails and varied terrain.
When I called for info - the Ranger was extremely helpful!
Ranger ph - 814/765-0821

Web Page Moshannon State Forest Click Here
Submitted By: Bill & Deb Dietz Click Here

State Game Lands 106
On State Game Lands 106 in Schuylkill county between Port Clinton and Drehersville, there is a 15 mile loop.

Difficulty- Upon riding the trails from horseback, I found that most of the trails are moderate to strenuous in difficulty. There are some steeper climbs that are long in length, but not difficult in footing.

Footing- The footing is mostly rougher gravel and some larger stones intermixed with some patches of dirt and bedrock. I highly recommend bringing your horse shod or wearing trail boots.

Water/Forage- There are no streams or ponds along the way that horses can drink from and little grass.
Bring hay and water.

Marking- The trails are marked well with small green rhombuses with horses on them. Most are loops. There are some trails for hikers only and in winter, some of the trails are the same as the snowmobile trails.
The Pinnacle Trail is open to horses up to a point.

Distance- There is close to 15 miles of trails if all of the loops are combined. However, there are shorter loops to ride.

Groups- Any group over 10 people need a permit.

Parking- There are two parking lots. The one that the mileage starts from holds up to 4 small horse trailers. The one by the Firetower is larger holding up to 8.
Submitted By: Emily Click Here

Fox Crossing
Cochranville: Guest cottage (1 bedroom, 1 bath) for rent by day, weekend, week, or month � very convenient (5-10 minutes) to local stores and restaurants
Stabling also available

20 minute drive to Fair Hill, an incredible state park in Maryland with miles and miles of gorgeous trails.
We can provide guided ride if desired.
Also near several local horse events and fox hunts.

Fox Crossing
501 Walter Road
Cochranville, PA 19330
610-869-3347
Web Page Fox Crossing Click Here

Two Mile Run Lake
Around 30 miles of equestrian trails around Two Mile Run Lake.
Monthly organized Rides
Primitive Horse Camping available, call the park office 814-676-6116
Volunteer Trail committee hold fundraiser rides and maintains the trails.
Some trails are multi-use, hiker, bikers and equestrian.

Submitted By: Sandy and Dan Hovis Click Here

Sharons Horse Heaven
Marienville: I have a Trail Riding Bed and Breakfast with trails from the property and I am close to the new 38-mile Spring Creek Equestrian Trail System in Marienville, PA in the Allegheny National Forest.

Web Page Sharons Horse Heaven Click Here

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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

Longstretch Harbour Bed & Breakfast
Washington: Longstretch Harbour B&B Ph 412-223-8283

Bed & Breakfast at Walnut Hill
Avondale: Bed & Breakfast at Walnut Hill Ph 610-444-3703

Maple Lane Stables, 2 Locations
Washington, PA is located at the junction of I 70 and I 79 in southwest PA. We are a horse facility and welcome over-night equine guests. Clean, safe, and within 2 miles of the Interstate. Indoor arena and 100 acres of trails. Hotels, restaurants, shopping nearby. Vet on call.

Helene Brand,
Maple Lane Stables
634 McKee Road
Washington, Pa 15301
Ph (412)225-2286 or (412)948-3420 fax (412)225-6805
E-mail: Helene Brand Click Here

Terri's Stable
Kylertown: N. Second St.; Kylertown
20 box stalls, hot & cold water, indoor arena, turnout paddocks - located 1/2 mile off I-80 at exit 133. The motel, resteraunt, grocery store and gas stations are all within that 1/2 mile. Overnight stabling is $15/horse.
Ph: 814-345-6940 (house) or 814-345-5599 (barn)
Addr: PO Box 69, Kylertown 16847

Web Page Terri's Stable Click Here
E-mail: Terri Fisch Click Here

Sun & Cricket B & B
Gibsonia: Indoor box stalls, holding pen, grass pasture, 2-suite B & B with private bath, fireplaces and A/C. Miles of trails through woods and fields. We're about 10 minutes from exit 39 (formerly exit 4) of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) and 20 minutes from I-79.
Ph 724-444-6300 Web Page Sun & Cricket B & B Click Here
E-mail: Sun & Cricket B & B, Tara Bradley-Steck Click Here

Mill Creek Farm Bed and Breakfast
Buckingham: Indoor stalls, pens, 5,000 acres of trail riding. 5 guest rooms at B & B. Close to Pennsylvania Horse Park.
18th century bed and breakfast Ph 215-794-0776.
Addr: 2348 Quarry Road, PO Box 816, 18912.
E-mail: Jim and Cathy Brame Click Here

Tower Ridge Quarter Horses
Waterford: Stalls, holding pens, pasture, Ph 814-476-1536.
Addr: 9631 Oliver Road, 16441

Penn Paddock Equine Center
Annville: This is a equine veterinary hospital, they enjoy having "well" horses stop by. Indoor stalls, feed, pasture. There are motels restaurants, and B & B's within 15 minutes of the facility. Ph 717-838-6689 Fax 717-838-8115
Addr: R.D. 3 Box 756A, Annville, 17003.
15 minutes from I-81 East of Harrisburg.

Hickory Hollow Farms
Gettysburg: Indoor stalls, 70X120 indoor arena, trails, horse training, horse boarding.
120 X 200 Outdoor ring 60 foot round pen.
Addr: 219 Crooked Creek road, 17325. Ph 717-334-0349 or 717-334-7357. Rose Shettle

Uncle Clem's (The Malot Family)
We are members of the Penna. Farm Vacation Association. We offer overnite pasture or loose housing in lots. +10 miles of private trails on over 1000 acres of private land. 30-50 miles of state trails. Guide Service and guided horse rental. Bed and breakfast type lodging in a 1920's area farm house. Clean water, good food, grain and hay if needed. Health papers necessary on your horses or mules. All of ours have theirs.
We are the home of Uncle Clem's Outfitters - "horses for any occasion".
Clem Malot [717]485-9314 or uncleclem@cvn.net

Uncle Clem's, web page Click Here
Pennsylvania Farm Vacation Association, web page Click Here
E-mail: Clem Malot Click Here

Kannadaford Farm
Gibsonia: 10 indoor stalls, pasture, hay, indoor and outdoor arena, trails and overnight camping. Motels and resturants nearby.
Ph 724-265-6368 Fax 724-265-6369
Addr:6181 Rittman Rd. 15044
E-mail: Garry Fuller Click Here

Laurel Echo Farm B & B
Rockwood: Stalls, feed, trails, lots of room for parking. Close to state parks and other recreation. Swimming, boating, and Idlewild amusement park learby. Ph 814-926-2760.
Addr: 174 Crossroad, Rockwood, PA 15557. Laurel Echo Farm B & B Click Here

Feather Hill Stables
New Columbia: Paso Fino breeders. Indoor stalls, Holding Pens, Pasture, Indoor and outdoor arenas. There are trails nearby. Ph 570-568-8222.
Addr: RR2, Box 302, New Columbia, Pa. 17856.
Web PageFeather Hill Stables Click Here
E-mail: Feather Hill Stables Click Here

Judy Allen
Eithty Four: Indoor stalls, Turn out, round pen, Ph 724-222-2938.
Addr: 251 Rainey Rd., Eighty Four, 15330.

Wishing Well Equestrian Center
Newville: Wishing Well Equestrian Center 11 miles off of I-81 at 1167 Doubling Gap rd Newville PA 17241. 717-589-7135. We offer 293 acres, a 100x200 indoor and two outdoor rings for their use while staying here. The charge is $25.00 per horse, per night for a bedded 10x10 stall.
E-mail: Shasta Charles Click Here

Black Hole Creek Stables
Montogomery, Overnight boarding. 10x12 stalls. Clean shavings provided. paddocks, pasture, outdoor arena.
Restaurants and motels close by.
Black Hole Creek Stables
Montogomery PA1176 Rt 54 Hwy
ph 570/974-9569
8 Mi N of Interstate 80, 1 M. E of RT 15, 7 Mi S of Williamsport.
Submitted By: Bill & Deb Dietz Click Here

Pheasant Field Bed & Breakfast
Carlisle, PA, is a perfect stop-over for travelers with equine friends. We hold 3 box stalls in a separate barn area for temporary horse lodging. We provide sawdust and/or shavings for bedding, and there are several small paddock areas for turnout. Cost for overnight boarding is $25/night for an indoor stall and $15/night for outdoor boarding.
Negative Coggins documentation is required.

Easy access from Exit 226 of I-76 or Exits 48 or 49 of I-81.

Dee, Innkeeper
Pheasant Field B&B
150 Hickorytown Rd.
Carlisle, PA 17015
Phone 717-258--0717

Web Page Pheasant Field B&B Click Here
E-Mail: Pheasant Field B&B Click Here

Elk Stables
Union Dale: We are located 7 miles off exit 206 from interstate 81 easy in and out access for large haulers.
10x10 box stalls, round pens, in door and outdoor arenas
convenient bed/breakfast or hotel 5 minutes from stables
also miles of country dirt roads and some extreme trail rides for those wanting to ride on layover.

Elk Stables
1222 TR Williams Road
Union Dale PA 18470
570-222-3540
570-510-8457 (cell)
Curtis Althouse

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Trail Rides (bring your own horse or mule)

Cook Forest Scenic Ride, Dude Ranch & Campground
Week long rides and 3 day rides BYOH, 32 acre campground, water/elect campsites, food furnished, stalls.
Horse rental if needed. Square dancing, live bands, tack auction, horse games, swimming pool, jacuzzi, play ground. Rides May through October. Call for specific dates and availability
Ph. 814-856-2081 or Camp Phone 814-226-5985 Ray and Terrie Smith.
Campground address is Scott Drive Off of Miola Road, Clarion, PA 16214
Web Page Cook Forest Scenic Ride, Dude Ranch & Campground Click Here

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Trail Rides in New England states
Eastern Competitive Trail Ride Association
New England Horse and Trail

32nd. Annual Horse-Shoe Trail Ride
Sponsored by the Circle T Trail Riders
June 16 - 23, 2007

We invite you to join us for our annual 160 mile ride in Southeastern Pennsylvania on the Horse-Shoe trail which extends from Valley Forge (Philadelphia) to Cold Springs (Harrisburg). Because the entire trail is permanently marked, riders are free to ride at their own pace and do not need to stay in a group. Meals are provided, or you can provide your own meals. All participants in this ride, be they two-legged or four-legged, should be in good physical condition. Your horse, or mule, should have new shoes with borium. Pads are recommended if your mount is not used to rocks. We have numerable riders who have completed the ride for more than ten years. The ride is limited to 50 riders. Each night you will be able to enjoy the comfort of your own camping facilities. You must provide all supplies for your horse for the entire week.
FMI: Phone (717-949-2213) E-mail: Elaine Batdorf Click Here
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