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Trails, Campgrounds and Overnight Hosts

The Virginia Horse Council has an excellent brochure with more information than is listed here. They list all public trails, Type of trail, Terrain, Water, Maps, Rest rooms, Camping
Address: Virginia Horse Council, PO Box 72, Riner, Va. 24149 Ph 540-382-3071
Virginia Horse Council web page Click Here

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George Washington National Forest
Hot Spring: 67 miles, Camping

Shenandoah Mountain, More than 4 Miles of trail.

James River District, 313 Monroe St. Covington, 24426
Big Ridge Trail, Brattons Trail, Cole Mountain Trail, Fore Mountain Trail, Rogers Hollow Trail, all greater than 4 miles

Lee Ranger District, Rt1 Box 31A Edinburg 22824,
200 Miles of trail and camping but may not be complete yet.

Shenandoah Co. National Forest, Rt 1 Box 156 Woodstock, 24664 100 miles of trail and no camping

Pedlar Ranger District, 2424 Magnolia Ave. Buena Vista, 24416 Has more than 4 miles of trail and camping.

Warm Springs District, Rt2 Box 30 Hot Springs, 24445

50 miles of trail, no camping, maps available.

Mt. Rogers National Recreation area
Marion: 150 miles,

Jefferson National Forest
Marion: 150 miles,

Eastern Divide Ranger District
110 Southpark Drive, Blacksburg, 24060
Poverty Creek Trail System –17+ miles
White Cedar Horse Camp—campsites with corrals, adjacent to Flat Top Trail System
Flat Top Trail System—20+ miles

Clinch Ranger Dist. Rt.3 box 820, Wise, 24293,

Cumberland pine Mt. Trail riders, Camping, 23 miles of trail.

Glenwood Ranger Dist. Po Box 10 natural bridge Stat, 24579
Glenwood horse trail, future camp area, 65 miles of trail.

Mount Rogers Area, Rt.1 Box 303 marion, 24354,
Mt Rogers national recreation area, camping, 100 miles of trail.
Dry Run Trail, 30 miles of trail, no camping,
Hussy Mt. Horse camp, 50 miles of trail, camping.
Cold Branch, More than 4 miles, camping.
Virginia Creeper Trail, 17 miles of trail, camping
Virginia Highland trail, 75 miles of trail, no camping

Shenandoah National Park
Luary: Po Box 727, more than 4 miles of trails, Camping, maps water

Monongahelia National Forest USDA Bid Sycamore St. Elkins Ph 304-478-3251
More than 4 miles of trail, no camping

State Park's
Claytor Lake SP, Rt1 Box 267 Dublin, 24084,
Two Miles of trail, No camping

Grayson Highlands State Park
Local trails and access to the Virginia Highlands Horse Trail system in the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area. Separate campground for equestrian campers, campsites have electric and water hookups.
Open or covered stalls available for rent. Reservations can be made at 1-800-933-7275

829 Grayson Highland Ln., Mouth of Wilson, VA 24363 (276)579-7092

Marceia Holland
Assistant Park Manager
Grayson Highlands State Park

Hungry Mother SP, Rt5 Box 109 Marion, 24354,
Camping and 1 mile of trail.

New River SP, Rt1, Box 81X, Austinville, 24312
Horseshoe campground, maps, water, 42 miles of trail.

Pocahontas SP, 10300 park Rd. Chesterfield, 23832, Ph 804-796-4255
camping, 5 Miles of trail, maps.

Sky Meadows SP, Rt1 Box 540, Delaplane, 22025,
Maps, camping, more than 5 miles of trail

Regional Trails: Bradock Park, Clifton, 13241 Bradock Rd., 22024, Ph 804-796-4255
5 miles of trail, No camping

Bull Run Regional park, Centreville, 7700 Bull Run Drive, 22020,
has 5 miles of trail, Camping, maps, water.

Clarks Crossing park, Vienna, 9850 Clarks Crossing Rd, 22180,
3 miles of trail, no camping

Difficult Run Stream valley park, Great Falls, 22066, no phone
3 miles of trail no camping

Fairfax Co. park Authority, Annandale, 4030 hummer Rd. 22003
more than 4 miles of trail

Fairy Stone Farms, Bassett, Rt2 Box 185, 24055,
15 miles of trail, No camping

Fort Belvior, Department of Army, Fort Belvoir, 23607
More than 4 miles of trails

Fountainhead Park, Fairfax Sta, 10875 Hampton Rd, 22039 Ph
20 miles of trail, No camping.

Fox Mill District Park, Chantilly, 2801 Fox Mill Rd. 22021,
2 miles of trail, No Camping

Frying Pan Park, Herdon, 2709 West Ox Rd,
3 miles of trail, No camping

Great Falls Park, Great Falls, 9200 Old Domain Dr. 22066, Ph -285-2966
5 miles of trail, No camping

Notrhwest River park, Chesapeake, 1733 indian Cr. Rd, 23322
More than 4 miles of trail
Newport News City park, Newport News, 2400 Washington Ave, 23607
More than 4 miles of trails

Petersburg National Battlefield Park, Petersburg, po box 549, 23803 Ph 804-632-3531
More than 4 miles of trail, No camping

Pohick Bay, Lorton, 10651 Guston Rd, 22079,
4 Miles of trail, Camping, water, maps,

Powhatan Wildlife Management Area, Powhatan, 4712 Old Buckingham Rd. 23139 Ph 804-598-4286
10 miles of trail, no camping

Rails to River Trail, Reston, 18108 Michael Foraday Ct., 22090,
6 Miles of trail, Camping, maps Water

Scotts Run Nature Preserve, McLean, 7400 Georgetown Pk, 22102,
3 Miles of trail

Riverbend Park, Greatfalls, 8700 Potomac hills St. 22066,
6 miles of trail, No camping

South Run District Park, Burke, 9501 Pohick Rd, 22015,
2 miles of trail, No Camping

Tamarack Park, 10400 hunter Stat Rd Herndon, 22015,
2 miles of trail, no camping

65 W & O.D. Railroad Regional park, Ashburn, 21293 Smiths Switch Rd.
33 miles of trail, no camping,

Graves Mountain Stables
Syria, VA: Graves Mountain Stables.
Local trails and access to the Shenandoah National Park trail system. Stalls/paddocks available for rent or you can bring your own electric fence or corral system to set up in parking field. Reservations are required for stalls and paddocks. Primitive camping, no hook-ups. Water is available in field for filling up tanks. Porta-johns available too. Guides available upon request at an hourly rate.
Call to inquire.

Rt. 670, Syria, VA 22743
Stable phone: 540-923-5130 for more questions or to book your stall reservations.

Lodging and meals available through Graves Mountain Lodge, 540-923-4231.

Web Page Graves Mountain Lodge Click Here
E-Mail: Graves Mountain Stables Click Here

Fort Valley Stable
Fort valley: 299 South Fort Valley Rd., VA. 22652, Ph 540-933-6633 888-754-5771 (TOLL FREE)
Located in the beautiful Shenandoha Vally of Virginia
Fort Valley is a high mountain valley in the Massanutten Mountain range, surrounded by the Geroge Washington National Forest. From Fort Valley stable you have access to over 80 miles of mountian trails, many with scenic panoramas.
Fort valley Stable provides camping for the traveling horse person, water and electric hookup for the trailer camper or wooded, secluded tent sites. Cabins for those who choose not to rough it are also available. For your horse we can provide a stall, a paddock, your own portable coral or you can picket your horse at your camp site.
Fort Valley Stable can accommodate about 50 horse trailer rigs at one time, with 18 water and electric sites. There is no need to break camp early on the day of your departure because we have no check out time.
e-mail: Rick Deschenes Click Here
e-mail: Carol Ann Ness Click Here
Web Page Fort Valley Stable Click Here

Hungry Horse East, LLC -- Equestrian Campground and Cabin Rental
Ivanhoe: Walter and Emma Neal invite you to enjoy horse camping and trail riding in the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwestern Virginia at Hungry Horse East, LLC Equestrian Campground and Cabin Rental.
Tucked in a valley near Ivanhoe and Fries, Virginia, Hungry Horse East is convenient to both I-77 and I-81.

Hungry Horse East provides the following well-maintained facilities:

12 Campsites with plenty of room and shade
Full electrical and water hookups at every site (dump station available also)
Fully furnished cabin, decorated especially for the horse rider
2 Barns, with a total of 30 stalls
Clean restrooms and bathhouse for your convenience
Direct access to Iron Mountain Trail and Virginia Highlands Horse Trail

Proof of Negative Coggins required. No Stallions.

Address: Hungry Horse East, LLC
2255 Brush Creek Road,
Ivanhoe, Virginia, 24350

E-mail or call (803) 367-3152.
E-Mail Hungry Horse East, LLC, Reservations Click Here
Web Page Hungry Horse East, LLC Click Here

Bear Mountain
We have just opened our 2000 acres of mountain wilderness in the appalachians with a 50 unit RV park, bathhouse laundromat etc, a 17000 sq. ft. log lodge with corrals, suites, restaurant, lounge etc. We presently have over 30 mile of old logging trails cleared and mapped for riding now. We border 250,000 acres of govt land that can be rode also.
We will have an additional 20 mile of trail cleared by next spring on our 2000 acres. We are near Princeton or Bluefield WV. Our ph is 800 642 8909.
We also accept horses overnight or for as long as they want to stay.
E-mail: Bear Mountain Click Here
Web Page Bear Mountain Click Here
Web Page Bear Mountain Click Here

Black's Fort Stable Inc.
Abingdon: We are a riding stable that offers guided horse back riding to the public. We offer overnight boarding for individuals horses as well as lodging for their owners. Our lodging facility is a fully furnished apartment from the bed to the silverware. Not to mention one of my surprise vittles from the kitchen in the morning when you wake up!
Coming soon, we are adding 3 more bedrooms and breakfast or brunch for those of you folks that like a bed and breakfast or brunch. As for a riding trail almost in our backyard we have the beautiful and scenic Virginia Creeper Trail.
This is a rails-to-trails way of traveling from Abingdon, Virginia to Damascus, Virginia.
The trail is approximately 35 miles long.
Phone 540-628-6263
Web Page Black's Fort Stable Inc Click Here
Submitted by: Jimmy & Cindy Patterson Click Here

High Country Horse Camp
Located in the beautiful mountains of Southwest Virginia near Marion. The campground is about an hour's drive south of the intersection of I-77 and I-81 and is adjacent to the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area. Ride miles and miles of trails in the Jefferson National Forest. These trails are accessed right out of our driveway and we also shuttle to other trailheads for even more riding.

The campground is open April through October and offers:

Level, graveled sites with water and electric hook-ups
Mini cabins - bring your own linens
3 barns - 10 x 10 stalls
Restaurant - open on week-ends and holidays
Re-modeled bathrooms/hot showers
Horse wash rack

Visit our website for more information.
Web Page High Country Horse Camp Click Here

High Country Horse Camp
6866 Whitetop Road
Troutdale, Virginia 24378
Phone: 276-388-3992

Iron Mountain Horse Camp
A real nice new camping facilities located off of hwy 94 between Fries, Va. and Ft. Chiswell, Va.

Ride the Mount Rogers National Forest
100's of miles of trails
Trail riding and campsites open year round.
Sites have electric and water; we also have a dump station.
Our sites have running streams, shade trees and pond.
Located near the bathhouse and barn for your convenience.
The horse barn has 12x12 stalls with wash bay.
The bathhouse has 6 showers with dressing areas and toilets.
A Blacksmith and veterinarian may be available on call.
Trails Riders Tack and Supply located within 1/4 mile from camp.

We are located at 4449 Arrowhead Dr. Ivanhoe Va. Only 2 miles from Cripple Creek, Va.. but, 12 miles from Max Meadows and Ft Chriwell.

camping fee is 30.00 per night 2 people 5.00 for every additional person
there are 80 stalls 2 turnouts.
We now offer covered shelters with deck for yearly leasing.
shavings are furnished on arrival

We Ask Please:
No Stallions; No Alcohol; No Picket Lines or portable corals.
No Tying To Trees; No Tying to Trailers unless saddling or Unsaddling.

Mailing address:
Danny and Sheila Odom
4449 Arrowhead Dr. Ivanhoe,Va. 24350
(276) 744-2056

Web Page Iron Mountain Horse Camp Click Here
E Mail: Danny and Sheila Odom Click Here

Mill Creek Campground
Mouth of Wilson: Campground has full hook-ups and primative sites, Horses are kept in their own separate pastures and a barn for your saddles and tack. Mill Creek offers the easiest access to hundreds of miles of the most beautiful trails of both Mount Rogers and Grayson Highlands State Park.
This is a must visit campground for that down home atmosphere.
Located at the intersection of Hwy 16 and Hwy 58 about 9 miles from Grayson Highlands State Park
Bobby & Brenda Davis (and Sally)
Phone 276-579-2038 April 1-October 15
or 252-792-5646 October 15-April 1
Submitted By: Denise Click Here

Kissing Rock Camp
Marion: We're located on the north side of the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area about 10 miles south of Marion, Va.
Strictly BYOH. Direct access to the Virginia Highlands Horse Trail, and it's hundreds of miles of connecting trails within the NRA. We offer shady campsites with hose water, paddocks or stalls, and great riding.
Ground support for remote camp set up and rig shuttle can be arranged.

The Looney Cabin at Camp, Va. is now available for rental.
Looney is about a 5 hour ride from KRC and also has direct access to the VHHT.
It is convenient to the Dry Run Wilderness Area.
Phone 276-677-3851
Web Page Kissing Rock Camp Click Here
E-mail: Annie Malone Click Here

The JBiT Ranch
Winchester: 10 min. from I-81 at Winchester. Bed & Breakfast. Two rooms w/den & private bath. Pets welcome. Horse stall, corral, or paddocks available. Trails onsite.
While in the area ride trails at Sky Meadows State Park, Blandy Arboretum, C&O Canal, Manassas Battlefield, Shenandoah River State Park, and Skyline Drive. Outdoor & Indoor arenas. Hot water bathing area & grooming stalls.

The JBiT Ranch
Todd & Barbara Johnson
1674 Summit Point Road
Berryville, VA 22611
PH 540-955-4099

E-mail: JBiT Ranch, Todd and Barbara Johnson Click Here
Web Page JBiT Ranch Click Here

Rocky Hollow Horse Camp
Troutdale: The bath house has been completed and we also have a 38 stall barn.
We have a cabin ready for rental with a 2 night minimum. There is an RV available for rent and it has a wonderful view. We were able to work with the Service to add a trail directly from our property into Mt. Rogers with easy access to all the trails there.

Web Page Rocky Hollow Horse Camp Click Here
Submitted By: Jerri Russell Click Here

James River State Park
It is in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, just east of the James River. It is a little over 2 hours west of Richmond off Route 60. It is primitive camping(no water/ electric at sites). There is water at several locations thru the park. Approximately 20 miles of trails varied in terrain. Some flat and along the river, others more hilly, some single track and some are lightly graveled access roads. I am fairly timid as a trail rider(kind of new to it) and only found a few spots that were a bit steep for my taste.
There is a group site that can hold 36 horse /rider pairs. At this site you can picket, quick corral or they have a shed row barn with 7 stalls. There are also some individual sites where you can have your horse and there are 4 stalls in that area. The park info can be accessed thru the Virginia State Parks web site or the phone # is 434-933-4355.
Submitted By: Debra C Anderson Click Here

Meadowood Special Recreation Area
Lorton: Bureau of Land Management at Meadowood Special Recreation Area, Gunston Road, Lorton, Virginia. We have 4 miles of trails (with more coming). No Camping.

Jinx Fox, BLM
Lower Potomac Field Station
10406 Gunston Road
Lorton, VA 22079
Submitted By: Jinx Fox, BLM Click Here

Lorton (Mason Neck)
Bureau of Land Management at Meadowood Special
Recreation Area, Gunston Road, Lorton, Virginia. Four miles of hiking and equestrian trails (with more coming) wind through scenic woods, valleys and open fields in Fairfax County. No Camping. Meadowood is very close to Pohick Bay Regional Park which features additional equestrian trails and parking.

Submitted By: Jinx Fox, BLM Click Here

Colleen Seely
New Kent Virginia: Facilities available: stalls, riding arena, paddock, short trails, & restaurants near.
Near I-95, 64 & I-295 in Quinton, Virginia 23141. Call for reservations and directions.
PH(804)932 8710 Email: Colleen Seely Click Here

End of the Trail Ranch & Lodge
End of the Trail Lodge is the perfect accommodation for those seeking a back to nature getaway with all the comforts of home. We offer affordable nightly and weekly rates, so bring the whole family for an adventure you'll never forget. Local guides available.

Trails in the area:
Cumberland/Pine Mountain Trail

Various unmapped trails

Miles and miles of riding.

End of the Trail Ranch & Lodge
(276)794-9661 or (276)926-4982
1119 Jerry's Branch, Clintwood, VA 24228

Email: End of the Trail Ranch & Lodge Click Here
Web Page End of the Trail Ranch & Lodge Click Here

Bright Hope Bed and Breakfast
Chesterfield, Bring your own horse. Directly connected to Pocohantas State Park Horse Trails and Bright Hope Equestrian Center. Historic 1800's restored Railroad Station and the Village of Beach. Beach Station home of Bright Hope Railroad

Or guided trail rides. 804-475-8975 Teresa Kohout

Email: Bright Hope Bed and Breakfast, Teresa Kohout Click Here

Horse Shoe Trail
Horse Shoe Trail 40 miles from Valley Forge to Stony Creek (just north of Harrisburg)this year is the 75th anniversary of the HST more info at
Web Page Horse Shoe Trail Click Here

Shenandoah Valley
Basye: In the Shenandoah Valley, in the town of Basye, there is a lake called "lake Laura".
Around that lake is a 3 mile horse trail
Submitted By: Mitch Bell Click Here

TLSea Ranch
TLSea Ranch is a small family run business/owner, horse safe flex fencing, stalls or pasture w/run in available for your over night stay. Hotel and food close.
Seasonal guided trails access. Can accommodate large trailers, RV hookup.
Located Central Va off I95, the most conveniently located off interstate I95 exit 110 (ladysmith), N on Rt1, L on Gatewood Rd, R on Maggies Rd: 15330 Maggies Rd Woodford, Va 22580.
Please email or call cell for availablity..
cell: 817 629 6100
E-Mail: Daniel & Tammy Click Here

Franklin Park
Purcellville, Franklin Park is a Loudoun County Park in Purcellville, Va.
We have an Equestrian Area withtrails and a perimeter trail around the park. We are working on installing a ring as well. The ring is in but the fencing is not installed.
Submitted By: Yvonne Wheaton USTR Click Here


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 Click Here

Bedlam Manor Farm
Radford: Box 3425, 24143, PH 540-639-4150 or 540-639-9756 Box stalls, large turnout, Paddocks, call for reservations and directions.

Del Dyer B&B
Blacksburg: 2178 Mount Tabor Road, 24060-8910, Box stalls Holding pens, pasture, indoor and outdoor arenas, camper electric. Not a campground, call for reservations and information.

Maplewood Farm B & B
Abingdon: 66 acre horse farm. stalls, pasture, have trails within 6 miles, Virginia Creeper trail 34 miles, Mount Rogers and Grayson Highlands State Park within 1 hour.
Ph 540-628-2640
Addr: 20004 Cleveland Road, 24211. Jennie C. Placak

The Equestrian Centre at Penmerryl Farm
Greenville : Indoor arena, 2 outdoor arena's 30 acre cross-country course, miles of trails designed for year round riding. sailing and fishing in 22 acre lake. Ten seprate guest rooms with private bath and central great room, hot tub, continental breakfast served daily. Also have cabins and give riding lessons and have rental horses for trail or jumping lessons.
Ph 540-337-0622 Fax 540-337-0282 or 1-800-808-6617.
Addr: PO Box 402, 24440. Tracey L. See
Web Page Penmerryl Farm Click Here
Web Page Equestrian Centre Click Here
E-mail: Equestrian Centre Click Here

Caledonia Farm - 1812 B & B
Flint Hill: Also close to Washington Va. Has a suite for 2 with private bath, and guest house. Stalls, paddock and pasture. Trail riding in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Adjacent to the Shenandoha National Park, Skyline Drive. Ph 540-675-3693
Addr: 47 Dearing Road, 22627. Phil Irwin - owner
Web Page Caledonia Farm - 1812 Click Here

Fancy Hill Farm
Natural Bridge: 3 large outdoor rings, training ring, indoor and outdoor wash racks, 19 stalls, indoor arena 130 x 250 with jumps and 14 additional stalls. .6 miles from I81 - route 11 interchange. Full boarding or pasture or overnight stays. Riding lessons. Ph 540-291-1000 Fax 540-291-4057.
Addr: 7629 Burford Drive, Mclean Va 22102. Keith Putbrese, owner. Patricia A. Magner (via Fax) manager
Web Page Fancy Hill Farm Click Here
E-mail: Fancy Hill Farm Click Here

Idle Moment Farm
Petersburg: Facilities available: stalls, turnout arena, paddock, short trails for limbering stiff muscles, hotels & restaurants near. Near I-95, I-85 & I-295 in Petersburg, Virginia. PH(804)862-4463
Addr: 7724 Vaughan Road
Petersburg, Virginia 23805
E-mail: Garry and Bobbie Moretz Click Here

Andora Farm and Stable
Fredericksburg: Andora Farm and Stable, Fredericksburg, VA, just minutes from I-95. Stalls or paddock board available overnight.
Call 540-829-9555.
E-mail: Kenneth Abbot Click Here

The Funny Farm B&B
Reva: Two lodgings available. One is a restored 1840 log cabin with two bedrooms and one bath with two fireplaces, deck, pool, a/c and cable. The other house is a unique contemporary with three bedrooms and two baths and a large kitchen-living room with a huge fireplace and den. There is also a pool, a/c and cable.
There 12x12 box stalls with individual turnout or turnouts with run-in sheds on 85 acres. We have trails here and are only about twenty minutes from the blue ridge mountains. We are located in Reva,Virginia which is about 30 miles north of Charlottesville and about 65 miles south of Washington, D.C.
We are open year round: day/weekend/week. For rates, reservations or brochure mail dutchsparrow@erol' or call (540)547-3481 and leave a message.
E-mail: Samantha Maley Click Here

Dreamcatcher Farm
Chesapeake: Dreamcatcher Farm located just off Rte. 17 in Chesapeake VA on the N.C. line. I am located between Norfolk, VA and Elizabeth City, N C. I have safe fenced pasture that could accommodate an overnight for a camper and a couple of horses.
Phone 757-421-9324.
E-mail: Linda Click Here

Tanbark Acres, L.L.C.
Cana: We are located1 and 1/4 mile from US#52 and 3 miles from I-77,74. People can call for final directions. We have three indoor stalls , and 4 indivual paddocks. Fresh water and good grain and hay supplied. We have good hotel, motel and camp grounds close by. Fees are $20.00 per night.
We also have our beautiful Friesians in another barn close by.
Tanbark Acres, L.L.C.
240 Tanbark Trail
Cana, Va. 24317
Phone (540) 755-5191
E-mail: Dee Everhart Click Here

Georges Mill Farm
Georges Mill Farm, Bed and Breakfast
11867 Georges Mill Road
Lovettsville, Virginia 20180
Fran Wire, Proprietor
(540) 822-5224
Web Page Georges Mill Farm Click Here
E-mail: Steve Click Here

Apple Tree Horse Farm & Spring Crest Hunt Club
Hot Springs - Spring Crest and Apple Horse are reachable whether you are traveling the North-South Corridor on Interstate 81 or East-West via Interstate 64.
We are minutes from Exit 220 North on I-64. Our property is easily accessible with a well maintained drive off U.S. 220. You should have no difficulty in transporting horses or arriving in any type of recreational vehicle.
40 Miles from Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, Va.

Web Page Apple Tree Horse Farm & Spring Crest Hunt Club Click Here
E-mail: Apple Tree Horse Farm & Spring Crest Hunt Club Click Here
Christiansburg: We are four miles from Route 46 and 30 miles from Interstate 81 at Christiansburg, Va and 20 miles from interstate 77 at Rocky Gap Va or Princeton West Virginia.

E-mail: Click Here

The Winged Horse
Quinton: Conveniently located 1.5 miles from exit 205 on I-64 lies a gated private horse farm with all the amenities:
Overnight, weekly and monthly rates for stalls, pasture board, and lay-ups for equines.
For their human companions, king-size and queen-size guestrooms with full private baths and refrigerators; and a one-bedroom guest cottage with full kitchen and bath.

All units have individual HVAC and satellite
Full time, on-site management
Feed and hay available at additional cost

Proprietor: Dave Ruslander
The Winged Horse
2949 Pocahontas Trail
Quinton, VA 23141
Phone 804-932-9285

Web Page The Winged Horse, Dave Ruslander Click Here

Ever After Farms
Chesapeake: We offer lay over and short term boarding at our farm. We are located in Chesapeake, VA. That is in the Hampton Roads area. We are close to Northwest River Park as well as other areas to go trail riding. We also have a camping area on our farm. Just for tents at this time. Hopefully by fall the electric will be done.

Lynn Nash
Ever After Farms
E-mail: Ever After Farms, Lynn Nash Click Here

Secret Passage Ranch
Fort Valley: Trail rides, lessons, rentals (including for Civil War reenactors), camping trips, boarding, and special events on an 800+ acre farm.

Secret Passage Ranch
Located in Fort Valley, Virginia.
Phone 540.933.6564 Web Page Secret Passage Ranch Click Here
E-mail: Secret Passage Ranch Click Here

Cherry Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast Inn
Clarksville: Located only 5 miles from Clarksville, Virginia, which is the only town on Buggs Island/Kerr Lake, a fifty thousand acre recreation destination. Fishing, hunting and boating are only a few of the activities to choose from.
For the boaters and fishermen we have ample boat parking with electric hookups. Horse accommodations are also available.

Cherry Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast Inn
1749 Cherry Hill Church Road
Buffalo Junction, Virginia 24529
(434) 374-4466
Toll Free (877) 930-2200
Fax: (434) 374-5099
E-mail: Paul & Dee Gillingham, Innkeepers Click Here

Homestead Sport Horses, LLC
Waynesboro: Just off I-64 (Exits 91 and 94) and I-81 (Exits222). Clean, safe, large box stalls, private new 4 board fence individual turnout paddocks. Include hay, grain, all stall bedding, stall cleaning, water/feed buckets are provided, helping with loading/unloading, wrapping/unwrapping legs, blanketing, extra night checks, and live on site, very stress free environment.
A veterinary hospital servicing large and small animals less than 1 mile away from barn.
With advance notice can set up vet checks if needed or massages for horses while they rest at the barn. All stalls have Likits, salt and mineral licks. Electrical hookup and water is available for trailer parking next to barn. I will gladly help update clients horses that are traveling with you by emailing them pictures of there horse(s). Little added touch to comfort them while their horse is traveling I’m sure the owners will appreciate.

Just a few miles you have many choices of restaurants from all fast food chains to nicer sit-down dinners.
Many newly built hotels to choose from. Auto/trailer service repair shop in area also. Within that area there is Super Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Target, Pet Smart, Tractor Supply, local feed shops and co-op.
Easy access gas and diesel stations on you way in and out to the interstates.
I am willing to pick up basic supplies for you to help save time with advance notice.

Briana Ferguson
Homestead Sport Horses, LLC
365 Old White Bridge Road
Waynesboro, Va 22980
Web Page Homestead Sport Horses Click Here
E-mail: Homestead Sport Horses Click Here

Cheryl Anderson
Stephenson: Stalls available with or without turnout.
Coggins required.
$25.00 per night per horse.

Located at 670 Walters Mill Lane, Stephenson, VA 22656
Between mile marker 317 & 321 on Interstate 81 (Virginia). Located 20 miles south of Martinsburg, WV.
5 miles north of Winchester, VA. 60 miles west of Washington, DC.

Cheryl Anderson
540-974-1272 (cell)
540-667-7751 (fax)
E-mail: Cheryl Anderson Click Here

DeLaurel Farm
Winchester: Top of Virginia at West Virginia line.
Convenient to Interstate 81 exits 317 and 321.
12x12 box stalls or paddocks with run in sheds.
Round pen and large sand arena.
Coggins and health papers required.

Cheryl Anderson
540-974-1272 cell
540-667-8437 home
540-667-1105 barn

Web Page DeLaurel Farm Click Here
E-mail: DeLaurel Farm 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

Carolina's and Virginia Wagon Train Association
$5.00 family membership, for a listing of the wagon train and trail rides.
Contact is:
Carolinas and Virginia Wagon Train Association
c/o Carolyn Kinney
3031 George York Rd.
Randleman NC 27317

They have rides almost every weekend from spring to late fall. All rides are open to the public and some are free and some charge. Almost all have live bands at night and food.
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