Horse riding trails in alabama

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Horse Camps and Trails in Alabama

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Elkmont Rails To Trails
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Oak Mountain State Park
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12Stall,Water,Rentals Elkmont
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Sulphur Creek Trails
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5Contact for special event ride schedule PhotoRockford
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Hatchet Valley Farms
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  (Not Star Rated)0Call for Availability Selma
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Paul M. Grist State Park
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11Day, water spigot, trails, lake, trees for picketing Guntersville
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Town Creek
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Warden Station Horse Camp
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45Primitive Camping with Water Available Jasper
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Faye Whittemore Farms/Pumpkin Patch
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75outdoor paddocks in shade, water Hodges
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Hodges Horse Park
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30day,stall,tie-up,water,stream DOUBLE SPRINGS
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KC RANCH HORSE CAMP
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25Stall Brent
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Maddox Horse Camp ( Okmulgee District of Talladega National Forest)
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Magnolia Branch Wildlife Reserve
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80Campsites, Elect, Water, Sewer, 10 Stalls Prattville
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Nolan Creek Riding Club
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Oakmulgee National Forest- Talladega National Forest- Chilton County
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Seven Springs Lodge
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40Stall Tie-Up Water Stream Vincent
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Shel-Clair Farms
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St. Stephens Historic Horse Park
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40Stall, tie out, round pen, water. 9 Cabins are available Eufaula
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Trails Etc
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8Day, Overnight, Water, Outdoor Stalls, Arena & Trails Scottsboro
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Walls of Jericho
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16Primitive Camping Alexander City
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Wind Creek State Park
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Best Horseback Riding Trails in Alabama

#5 - Chief Ladiga Trail: Anniston - State Line

Weaver, Alabama

Length: 52.5 km

The Chief Ladiga Trail is nicely paved from the trailhead near Anniston to the Alabama/Georgia state line. It is an inviting trail for travelers of all types including inline skaters, bikers, recumbent riders, wheelchair users, hikers, and even equestrians (in the Cleburn County section). The 100-mile combination of the Silver Comet Trail and Chief Ladiga Trail is reputed to be the longest continual non-motorized path in the country. It's amazing how much is packed into this trail as it wanders through forests, wetlands, hills, a university campus, and Alabama towns. Very few other trails jam so much diversity into such a short distance. And it is so easy to take it all in. Although most people explore the trail for its own natural beauty, others use it as a way to reach the Pinhota (hiker) Trail, to view the beautiful Jacksonville State University campus, or as a way to reach Georgia's Silver Comet Trail and eventually all the way to Atlanta Georgia. As with all trails, the Chief Ladiga is populated with friendly, happy people. But the Chief Ladiga has a big advantage, and it's called the Eubanks Welcome Center. Located in Piedmont, Alabama, the Welcome Center is your one-stop location for trail maps, souvenir t-shirts, trail information, and the camaraderie of the staff and other trail users. It is one of the friendliest, most helpful trail centers in the United States. Accessibility: There is a large parking lot off Weaver Road at the south end of the trail. Its surface is unknown and it does not appear to have any designated accessible parking spaces or striped access aisles. The trail surface is paved asphalt/concrete and typically at least five feet wide. The grade is mostly gentle (all estimated under 5%) so most wheelchair and stroller users will likely be able to traverse the trail.Show more

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Freedom Hills -- 14.7 miles of horseback riding trails. The four different trails go through the southeast side of the Freedom Hills WMA. Parking is located at 5422 Mount Mills Road, Cherokee AL. Horseback riding trails are not available during hunting season.

Old Cahawba -- Approximately 11.6 miles of trail riding through a mixture of Central Alabama prairie and pine woods is available. Parking for the trails is located on Cahaba Road 1 mile west of the intersection with County Road 9.

Shoal Creek Preserve -- A 2.1-mile horseback riding trail circles the property and gives riders access to a majority of the tract. Parking is located on County Road 61.

Splinter Hill Bog -- A 4.3-mile-long multi-use trail for hiking, biking and horseback riding goes through much of the bog. bog. Observers can view several of Alabama’s pitcher plant species. The trail can be accessed from parking areas on County Road 47 and Splinter Hill Road.

Tannehill-- Riding is available every day, but you may want to avoid the park's Trade Days, which are the third full weekends in March through October, and on Halloween. On those days, driving is limited due to the amount of visitors to the park. Riders must register at the Country Store and pay admission of $5 per person and $5 per horse.

Walls of Jericho -- The Walls of Jericho has a 11-mile riding trail that starts from the southern parking area on HWY 79. Following the trail around will take riders down John Gifford Hollow into the valley of Hurricane Creek and along its banks until the confluence of Turkey Creek. Download map

horses in paddock at Wehle

Wehle--Three different routes total 10.6 miles of trails for horseback riding. The trails are open to horses on open weekends only. Stables, paddocks, and campsites are also available for overnight use on open weekends.  No horses are allowed on main roads except at horse trail crossings. Horses are not allowed on the covered bridge. Stalls should be cleaned before departure. See camp host for cleaning instructions.

Sours: https://www.alabamaforeverwild.com/horseback
Pasture Boarding and Horse Riding Trails - Birmingham Alabama Area

Oak Mountain State Park

Horseback Riding Options

  1. Bring your own - park admission of $5 per adult, $2 children (4 to 11) and seniors (62+) and have negative Coggins papers with you.
  2. The Rusted Roof Barn - guided trail rides, horseback riding lessons (English or Western), special events. RESERVATION ONLY.

The Rusted Roof Barn: CHA certified instructor. Rides are for children and adults ages 10 and up. Select ride durations from 45 minutes up to 2 hours. Helmets are provided and closed toe shoes are required. Call for pricing! Call Ahead to Book 205-253-1299. Email [email protected] for any questions you have. 

Stables - For any questions, call 205-620-4246. Please leave a message and you will be called back.

The Orange Trail is known as the Horse Trail and is approximately 15 miles long. One portion of the trail begins at the stables (located on John Findley Drive) and winds around through the woods to end back at the stables. A second starting point can be found along John Findley Drive about a 1/2 mile past Terrace Drive. This is the Camp Road Loop. Parking for horse trailers is on the left of the road and the entrance to the trail is on the right coming from the Front Gate. The Orange Trail is for horses only, no foot or bike traffic

Sours: https://www.alapark.com/parks/oak-mountain-state-park/horseback-riding-and-trails

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Faye Whittemore Farms - Jasper, AL

Website | Facebook | 205-522-4137

Heart of Dixie Trail Ride - Troy, AL

Website | Facebook | 334-670-0005
 Trail Club Members: Pay for 2 nights and get the 3rd night FREE! Discount can be used twice in one calendar year. Excludes holidays and special events.

KC Ranch and Stables - Double Springs, AL

Facebook | 205-489-6033

Get 10% off your campsite and stalls when you mention Best of America by Horseback!


Lazy H Farm - Harpersville, AL

Website | Facebook | 205-910-9365

Oak Mountain State Park - Birmingham, AL

Website | Facebook | 205-620-2520 or 205-620-4246

Seven Springs Lodge Trail Rides - Tuscumbia, AL

Website | Facebook | 256-370-7218

Trails, ETC - Midway, AL  •  Watch Episode

Website | Facebook | 334-740-1336
Trail Club Members: Buy 2 overnight hook-ups, get one FREE! Buy 2 rides, get one day ride FREE!

Wind Creek State Park - Alexander City, AL

Website | Facebook | 256-329-0845



Overnight Stabling

Caddo Equestrian Horse Motel - Trinity, AL
Facebook | 256-476-8335

Double J Farms and Stables - Section, AL
256-228-4275 or 256-744-2099

Red Barn Stables - Jacksonville, AL
Website | 256-435-7239


Wadsworth Farm - Ashville, AL
Website | Facebook | 205-577-6046
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Sours: https://www.bestofamericabyhorseback.com/alabama-destinations.html
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Find the top rated horseback riding trails in Alabama, whether you're looking for an easy short horseback riding trail or a long horseback riding trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a horseback riding trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

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Accordion

Florence, AL

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Pelham, AL

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Pleasant Grove, AL

Prattville, AL

Prichard, AL

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Scottsboro, AL

Selma, AL

Sheffield, AL

Sylacauga, AL

Talladega, AL

Troy, AL

Trussville, AL

Tuscaloosa, AL

Tuskegee, AL

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Vestavia Hills, AL

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Richard Martin Trail

The Richard Martin Trail (a.k.a., Limestone Rail-Trail) is best accessed mid-route from a trailhead in the town of Elkmont, where you'll find parking, good signage, a historic depot (used for...

AL10.2 mi Crushed Stone, Gravel

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Gateway Greenway

I found this to be an easy quick 2 mile walk. If you are just starting like me to work on getting healthy this is perfect. The history that you are walking around makes it interesting too.

October, 2021 by tamisoloman

I found this to be an easy quick 2 mile walk. If you are just starting like me to work on getting healthy this is perfect. The history that you are walking around makes it interesting too.

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Chief Ladiga Trail

Nice trail, but watch out for "road apples"

September, 2021 by stvatandem

My wife and I rode from Piedmont to the AL/GA state line. The asphalt pavement was pretty good and the areas where tree roots had pushed up the pavement have been ground down. The trail is a steady climb starting just east of Piedmont up to the state line. The bridge transitions are fairly smooth. Starting at 8.7 miles (state line is 0.0) to 4.8 miles, we encountered many "road apples" (aka horse poop) on the pavement. Fortunately, the trail was not busy and we were able to dodge them. Apart from that, the trail is a nice ride.

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High Ore Line Trail

Great Trail!!

September, 2021 by a.rae1980

My son and I did this trail recently on a beautiful Saturday, plus the extension of Red Mountain Park, a workout. Round trip a little over 6+ miles and not being an experienced biker, just a rider from time to time, this really pushed me. I did walk some but mostly rode.
The extension of Red Mountain Park side is tougher than just the High Ore Trail alone, but well worth the ride.
There is not parking for the High Ore Trail that we could find except for at the Red Mountain Park Side and ride it down and through the Trail.
We'll be back and hopefully I can ride the whole trail this time without walking any. :-)

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Accordion

Aldridge Creek Greenway

Comute route

September, 2021 by knvtz9qdp9

Nice and clean Well kept.Beware was designed to flood you may have to turnaround don’t drown.

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Elgie's Walk Greenway

Elgie’s Greenway

September, 2021 by knvtz9qdp9

Nice flat 2 mile trail connecting to short bike path to South parkway.

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Elgie's Walk Greenway

gator trail

September, 2021 by v8ihaynh23

About half this pleasant short trail is in shade and half in sun. Watch for interesting wildlife, including herons, owls, turtles, snakes, beavers (if they haven’t been killed off ¿), and even alligators. Watched a large (5-6ft) one sunbathing back in May and a small (12-18in) one this week (Sept4). Nice trail. Stay out of the ponds. Looking forward to linking this trail to new ones in near future.

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Cherie Hamilton, Forest Supervisor
2946 Chestnut Street
Montgomery, Alabama 36107
334-832-4470
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Bankhead National Forest
Bankhead Ranger District
Andy Scott, District Ranger
1070 Highway 33
Double Springs, AL 35553
205-471-7724
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Conecuh National Forest
Conecuh Ranger District
Jay Edwards, District Ranger
24481 Alabama Hwy 55
Andalusia, AL 36420
334-708-0595
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Talladega National Forest
Shoal Creek Ranger District
Linwood Butler, District Ranger
45 Highway 281
Heflin, AL 36264
256-369-5882
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Oakmulgee Ranger District
Erika Davis, Acting District Ranger
9901 Highway 5
Brent, AL 35034
205-926-9765
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Talladega Ranger District
Linwood Butler, District Ranger
1001 North Street
(Highway 21 North)
Talladega, AL 35160
256-369-5882
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Tuskegee Ranger District
Darrius Truss, District Ranger
125 National Forest
Road 949
Tuskegee, AL 36083
334-439-0244
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