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Anyone know of any good trail rides around Middle TN? We've been to Long C so many times it's just boring now. Would like to be able to camp also, but it's not required.


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Comment by Jane Dugger on March 5, 2011 at 4:19pm

I recommend Circle E near Winchester, TN.  Their web address is: http://www.circleeguestranch.com/

Jane Dugger

Comment by Tennessee Horse Properties on February 10, 2011 at 11:44am
LOL...you know what I meant...HAPPY TRAILS!!!!
Comment by Tennessee Horse Properties on February 10, 2011 at 11:42am

If you will go to my website http://wwww.tennesseehorseproperties.net and look in the horse property & links page I have posted a few trails here in Middle Tennessee. I see a few here in response to your question that I will add to my website!

Haapy Trails!

Comment by Linda Wood-Finley on January 17, 2011 at 5:44am
Another good place is East Fork, near Jamestown. You can camp there, and the trails are very well marked. Stalls are super nice.  I love the Buffalo River and Seven Springs, which someone else has already mentioned.  If you live close to Long C, then you're not too far from East Fork Stables. Some of their campsites have septic hookups, as well as electric and water. Very nice bathhouses.
Comment by Rhonda Delaney on January 16, 2011 at 8:25pm
We have ridden at Seven Springs and Amanda is right it is a great place to ride, actually my husband I discussed where our first ride of 2011 will be, and it will be at Seven Springs. The saloon is wonderful and it is just a great place to ride, especially night rides under the moon.
Comment by Amanda Jeter Parsons on January 15, 2011 at 6:13pm
Check out the Seven Springs Lodge outside of Tuscumbia, Al..Home of The RattleSnake Saloon...great trails with camping..they have a website also.There is a Northwest Alabama Shoals Chapter of the Women on the Edge Trail Riders that plan rides. Watch for postings on womenontheedgetrailriders.org for events.
Comment by Rhonda Delaney on January 3, 2011 at 8:21pm
We ride at Buffalo River Tral Ride in Waynesboro and Many Cedars in Hohenwald, both are great places to ride. We have ridden at BRTR for 6-7 years and always find new trails, therefore never gets boring. Good luck and I hope to see you on the trails.
Comment by John W Nevil on December 28, 2010 at 3:01pm
Yes  Mammath Cave, Ky look up D bar K horse camp lots of good trails good web site also look at Mammath Cave horse camp or contact me by phone 615-977-9679 or email, Another place is Pennyrile Ky State Park at Hop town KY
Comment by Linda Grajewski on December 10, 2010 at 7:46am

We finished maintenance on the front half of the trail at Williamsport Lakes. Will work on the back half one day in Jan. This is a great winter riding area. It is close to the trace, so some people drive down the trace and get off at hwy 50. Go east about a mile to the entrance. I will be happy to meet you there one day and show you the trail.

Comment by Jean Clark on December 1, 2010 at 1:04pm
They have some nice trails at Natchez Trace State Park and they have a Wrangler camp there. Exit 116 off interstate 40. Here's their website:

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