Four Trail Riding Destinations You Need to Know About

Monday, February 27, 2017 - 3:45pm
Toni Pepper

Spring Break is right around the corner. Want to know the best way to spend it? With your horse, of course! Check out these fantastic trails for you, the family, and your four legged friends.

1. Davis Mountains State Park

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Head on down to Davis Mountains State Park to enjoy the beautiful views of West Texas. This state park is filled with gorgeous views and is a great place to embark on new adventures. With 11 miles of trails to ride on over looking the 5,700 feet-high view, you are sure not to get bored. Plus, they have an area for you and your horse to stay the night.

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2. Mineola Nature Preserve

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Visit The Mineola Nature Preserve, located in East Texas on the Sabine River. Filled with beautiful scenic views, this preserve will surely give you that Spring Break relaxation that you have been wanting. It was also ranked by Texas Parks and Wildlife Magazine as one of the top 15 city parks in the nation. With over 200 miles of equestrian trails, this is the perfect place to bring your horse.

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3. Bell Cow Lake


Bell Cow Lake is another beautiful destination to go to. With 1,000 acres designated to activities like boating, fishing, camping, and horseback riding, you will never want to leave. They have amenities as well, like boat and ramp docks, restrooms, and even charcoal grills.

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4. Bar-J Ranch

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With 350 acres of countryside, Bar-J Ranch is a fantastic way to get away from the daily craziness of life. For $15 a day, you can utilize their boarding and training utilities, including a wash rack, 24 hour security, and even an on call vet. Found your soulmate? Well they also specialize in horseback weddings as well!

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