Kentucky's horse camps provide a great place to rest your head after a full day of trail riding. Located at the most popular trail riding destinations in Kentucky, equestrian campers can take advantage of these great campgrounds and extend their stay and riding opportunities. They offer all the amenities you need in some of the best natural settings around.
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6,218 acres, 35 miles of trails for hiking, 12 miles open to horseback riding, fishing at 5.5 acre Tom Wallace Lake, camping
Headquartered in Livingston, a Kentucky Trail Town. Canoe/kayak rentals on Rockcastle River. Guided cave tours, and equestrian trail riding in Daniel Boone National Forest.
Golden Pond, KY
200+ miles of multi-use trails, located between Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, camping, hunting, fishing, numerous wildlife and wildflower viewing opportunities
Primitive campsites, equestrians welcome, trailer parking, no facilities, water pump for horses,
Daniel Boone National Forest, Sheltowee Trace National Recreational Trail, Rockcastle River. Bicycle and tube rentals available via the Livingston Visitor Center. Canoe and k...
12 miles of trails, horseback and hiking, 12 acre lake, 6 equestrian campsites
2000 acres of horseback riding in Kentucky & Tennessee, camping, fishing, 2 mile nature trail,
Equestrian training center, indoor and outdoor facilities, boarding
Mammoth Cave, KY
electric and water camp sites, covered stalls for horses, access to trails in Mammoth Cave National Park, host special event rides
Goose Creek, Redbird River, South Fork Kentucky River, Redbird District Daniel Boone National Forest, Bert T. Combs RV Park and Campground Y-Holler Trail System
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