Horseback Riding Places in Kentucky
Kentucky is synonymous with horses, and Kentucky’s many horseback riding places let you saddle up and wind down as you and your four-legged companion explore natural and scenic wonders of the state. As Winston Churchill once observed, “There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.” You can let your love of horses and nature have full rein as you ramble along horse trails in Kentucky through leafy glades and forested ridges in Daniel Boone National Forest. A great activity for families to do together, horse trails in Kentucky provide loads of fun at reasonable prices. To extend the adventure, check out a wilderness horse camp
or add a visit to one of several Kentucky horse parks
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Take a train ride through the scenic mountains of Southern Kentucky and stop at the historic Blue heron Mining Camp. The Big South Fork Scenic Railway takes a 16 mi...
At the Hidden Cave Ranch Bed and Breakfast we have five beautiful decorated Guest rooms to choose from, all with air conditioning and ceelingfan. All our beds, tables an...
Riding lessons and horse barn tours. Tours available to see how horses are groomed, fed, and taken care of. Lessons available by appointment for beginners to those...
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Bowling Green, KY
Get off the beaten path and take a drive in the country for great family fun down on the farm! Sample and purchase delicious Kentucky foods such as homemade ice cream, mouth-w...
Horse trails and camping.
La Grange, KY
Located in Oldham County, the "Farm Tour Capital of Kentucky", we offer guided trail rides for adults and children 6 years of age and older. The rides are three miles long and...
Cave City, KY
Welcome to Mammoth Cave Adventures Canopy Zipline Tours. Be prepared for a two-hour, fun-filled, high-flying eco-adventure.
Parkers Lake, KY
Natural Arch Trail #510 (1.00 mile). The trail begins on the north end of the picnic area and runs along a paved pathway to the base of Natural Arch, passing two scenic overlo...
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