Considering a horseback riding vacation in an Arkansas State Park? Arkansas State Parks maintains over 60 miles of bridle trails. Bring your horse for an equestrian adventure on state park trails and adjoining national forest lands. Six parks offer trails for horseback riding in Arkansas, making the state one of the best destinations for horseback riding vacations. A horse camp is provided at Devil's Den State Park. Three parks - Pinnacle Mountain, DeGray Lake Resort and Lake Catherine, offer guided trail rides.
DeGray Lake Resort State Park
Guided trail rides are offered seasonally. Experience nature by horseback as you ride along quiet woodland trails with sweeping views of DeGray Lake. Stables are open daily during summer and on weekends in
spring and fall. Contact DeGray Lake Resort for details, prices, and reservations.
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Devil's Den State Park
Nestled deep in a picturesque Ozarks Mountain valley and featuring a little over 20 miles of horse trails, Devil's Den State Park is one of Arkansas's most scenic and popular sites for horseback riding. Trails
lead through the natural beauty of the surrounding oak/hickory forest to historic sites, scenic vistas, waterfalls and huge boulder gardens. Devil's Den trails vary in length and difficulty giving riders the opportunity to choose among them. The park offers a horse camp with water and electricity at each site. The horse camp also includes a modern bathhouse with hot showers and flush toilets. Reservations are accepted. Free trail maps are available at the park visitor center.

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Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area
Four major loops combine to shape 24 miles of challenging multi-use trails (open to equestrians, mountain bikers and hikers) which wind around ridge tops and descend to the bottom of the Hobbs wooded hollows.
The trails are open to horses year-round except during extreme wet conditions. Please call the park for trail conditions and closings 479-789-5000

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Lake Catherine State Park
Guided trail rides are offered seasonally. Mountain trails lead you through a variety of wildlife habitats, including thick pine forests and mixed hardwood glades. Stables are open daily during summer and on
weekends in spring and fall. Contact Lake Catherine for details, prices, and reservations.
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Mount Magazine State Park
The highest peak in Arkansas is the site of Huckleberry Mountain Trail, one of several multi-use Arkansas horse trails spanning 34 miles used for ATV riding, mountain biking, backpacking and horseback riding
in Arkansas. The trail can be accessed at the northeast rock quarry. There are three loops that cross creeks and connect Mount Magazine with Huckleberry Mountain. Camping on Mount Magazine is allowed on the portions of these Arkansas horse trails that are within the Ozark National Forest.The USDA Forest Service trail map of the Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail and other Arkansas horse trails can be downloaded here or you can pick up a map at the park visitor center.

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Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Guided trail rides are offered daily except Tuesdays from March 1st until the end of October from 9:00 a.m. until 4:30 pm except during times of inclement weather. Ride through the forest bottoms below Pinnacle
Mountain. Contact Pinnacle Mountain for details, prices and reservations.
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Village Creek State Park
Horseback riding has become a popular pastime at this park, the second largest park in land area in the Arkansas state parks system. Twenty-five miles of multi-use trails (open to bicycles and hikers) wind
through the rolling hills and beautiful forest of Crowley's Ridge. Horse trails are open year-round except in extreme wet conditions. Call the park for trail conditions and closings. A first-class horse camp with stalls is open year-round.

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