The Forest has more than 40 miles of maintained and marked trails. Unmaintained roads and private land are also interwoven throughout the Forest. Always stay on the marked trails to make sure you do not get lost or ride on private property. Click here to Download a Map.
Tie Your Horses in Camp
The Friends has worked hard to provide tie systems for most of the campsites. Always make sure you tie your horse securely to the picket lines or your trailer. That way you won't destroy trees and shrubs around the camp ground or find yourself chasing your steed through the woods.
Photo: Sue Becker
Leave your shoes at home.
One chore you can skip when getting ready to ride the Forest is shoeing your horse.The soft, sandy trails are a horse hoof’s dream.