Whether it is taking a mile long ride or looking to camp with your horses. North Carolina Horse Council is bringing trail information to you in one place. Check out the highlighted trails below!
January 1st – It may sound cold and miserable, but historically, it’s quite pleasant in North Carolina on New Year’s Day. Take advantage of the start of the new year […]
The North Carolina Horse Council awards grants each year to statewide equine organizations to assist in clearing, maintaining and blazing new trails. Last year, we gave grant money to the […]
Starting October 23, Sandy Pines Preserve will be open on weekends only from 8 am until dusk through the winter season. From April 1 through August 31, they will be […]
The best time of year for riding is officially here. The air is getting cooler, and the leaves are starting to turn; the sweaty days of Summer are behind us, […]
You’re invited to the Mason Point Trail Opening Celebration! When: Saturday, July 31, 2021 10 AM – 12 Noon Where: Trailhead Parking Lot for the Mason Point Horse Trail 685 […]
The upper loop of the trail– Mason Point– is now open and is approximately 5.5 miles. Directions to the trail: The road to get to the trail is the intersection […]
Mason Point Horse Trail at the Jordan Game Land Jordan Lake Trail Conservation Association Wonderful news! The Mason Point trail is NOW OPEN at the Jordan Game Land! The Jordan […]
About the park: Enjoy taking in scenery on one of the highest points in the piedmont from the back of your horse. More than 16 miles of bridle trails thread […]
About the park: The Cape Fear River is the frequent hiking destination for visitors entering Raven Rock State Park, whether it’s Lanier Falls, the Fish Traps rapids, or the massive Raven […]
About the park: The massive granite dome at Stone Mountain State Park keeps watch on park visitors enjoying nearly every type of outdoor activity – camping, hiking, climbing, fishing, picnicking, […]
About the Park: Backcountry-style recreation is a hallmark of the 7,500-acre park, set in the midst of plunging waterfalls, rugged river gorges, sheer rock walls and a high concentration of rare species. […]
The NCHC provided grant money to Howell Woods for trail enhancement in 2017. Read about that here. About: Located in Johnston County, more than 15 miles of scenic roads are available […]
With hundreds of miles of trails, NC State Parks have something for everyone—hiking, biking, and equestrian trails as well as handicap-accessible trails. Our trail networks offer easy to advanced hikes. Explore North Carolina’s diverse terrain at ncparks.gov.
Horse trails and horse camps in North Carolina. Visit TrailMeister.com for more information.
Explore miles of forest roads and trails in North Carolina’s national forests. If you like camping with your horse, several places offer camps with trails nearby. Visit www.fs.usda.gov to learn more.
Trail Riders Helping Trail Riders. Discover horse trails and horse camps throughout North Carolina. Visit www.horsetraildirectory.com to learn more.
More than 15 miles of hiking trails and 16 miles of bridle trails thread the park, reaching from the summit of Morrow Mountain to Lake Tillery, where a boathouse offers canoes and rowboats for rent and bait for fishing.