Sometimes events are posted in incorrect places by members, so we try to catch them and recreate them at a place where they will get more readership. That's the only reason I can think of why it would be there if you did not put it there. Did you post something in the past to alert people of the St Jude ride? I can delelete it if you like, just let me know. Sorry for any incovenience if it was a mistake on our part.
I'm sorry to hear that the trail riding experience at Brown County has gone in the direction of "party camp". That area offers so much to do...it used to be one of our favorite places to visit when we lived in Ohio. Now that we lived in Tennessee (for 14 years) it's too far of a drive and besides that, we have Gatlinburg which offers a lot as well. If you and your family decide to move to Tennessee, you'll find lots of great trails and enthusiastic riders (as you can tell from this website). The state offers a lot of riding diversity, you can choose the mountains on the east part of the state, trails in middle tennessee which include chirt roads and you can look forward to riding all year long...as a matter of fact, the winter season is the favorite for many because of no insects, easier on the horses, etc. Again thanks for joing the website, it might even encourage you to move to Tennessee sooner than later.
Hi Lori, and welcome. I have camped in Brown Cty myself and really enjoyed the place. You have some great trails there, a lot like our Smokey Mountains. this is a good site, where you can learn a lot about some good riding down here.
Hi Lori, thanks for joining Tennessee Trail Riders. We look forward to more of your pictures, also try your hand at posting events, videos and trail ratings. Feel free to invite friendly trail riders and horse lovers.
Believe it or not I've been to Tipp City...also spent a summer living/working in Piqua, OH. :-)
I want to ride in Brown County someday, my wife and I spent many a weekend shopping and eating there but have never tried the trails. Can you tell me more about them?
Cheers and happy trails,