Trails

State Parks
A.H. Stephens Historic Park – Crawfordville
706-456-2602
1,161 Acres
12 miles of horse trails
Camping with tie outs available
$5.00 per day to ride
$5.00 night to camp 

F. D. Roosevelt Park – Pine Mountain
706-663-4852
9,049 Acres
20 miles of horse trails
Camping and bring your own horse by reservation
Call for current fees
Rental Horses Available – 706-628-7463 (stables)

Ft. Mountain Park – Chatsworth
706-695-2621
3,551 Acres
37 miles of horse trails
Camping, stalls and tie outs available
Call for current fees
706-517-8555 or 706-517-4376(stables)

Hard Labor Creek – Rutledge
706-551-3001
5,804 Acres
22 miles of horse trails
Stalls, arena and horse camping available
Call for current fees

Watson Mill Bridge – Comer
706-783-5349
1, 018 Acres
14 miles of horse trails
Stalls and horse camping available
Call for current fees

For complete information on Georgia State Parks visit http://www.gastateparks.org/ 

 

Additional trails – national, county and city parks

Bull Mountain//Jake Mountain/Blue Ridge WMA*
706-632-3031
National Forest
20 – 40 miles of horse trails
Camping with tie outs available
No stalls
Fees – $2.00 /day parking $5.00/day camping

Bussey Point – between Augusta and Lincolnton
800-533-3478
Corp of Engineers
12 miles along lake of horse trails
No Camping but will be developed
No fees

Closed about 3 weekends a year for turkey hunts

Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center – Mansfield 
770-784-3062
State Owned Property 
7 miles of horse trails (proposed)
Day riding only – no camping
No fees

Chattahoochee WMA – Helen
706-595-5700
State Owned Property
Call for complete information

Chickamauga National Military Park – Ft. Oglethorpe
706-866-9241
National Park
12 miles of horse trails
No camping
Call for current fees

Cochran Mill Park – South Fulton County
770-306-3010
County owned
Beginning development of horse trails

Cohutta Wilderness and WMA – Chatsworth*
706-695-6736
State Owned WMA
Cottonwood Patch 
Fees – $3.00 /vehicle/day
Rest rooms and hand pump available

Jacks River Field
Fees – $5.00 /campsite/night
Rest rooms available

Coopers Creek WMA – Blairsville*
770-745-5789
State Owned WMA
Call for current fees

Crockford-Pigeon Mountain WMA – Armuchee*
706-295-6041
44.5 miles of horse trails
Primitive camping
Call for current fees

Dawson Forest – Dawsonville
404-535-5700
State Owned DNR Game Management Area
30 – 40 miles of horse trails
Primitive camping
Call for current fees

Lake Russell WMA – Toccoa*
770-535-5700
State Owned Property
Horse trails
Call for current fees

McIntosh Reserve – Whitesburg
770-830-5879
15 miles of horse trails
Primitive Camping
Call for current fees 

Pinhoti Trail – LaFayette
706-638-1085
45 miles of horse trails
Primitive camping
No fees

Rich Mountain – Armuchee
706-295-6041
16 miles of public roads
Call for current fees

Sandy Creek – Athens
706-613-3631
County Owned
Over 6 miles of horse trails
Rest rooms and water available
No camping
Call for current fees

Tribble Mill – Lawrenceville
770-978-5270
County Owned
6 miles of multi use trails
Rest rooms and water available
No individual camping
Group camping by permit
No fees

Warwoman WMA – Clayton*
770-535-5700
State Owned Property
Miles of rugged horse trails
Call for current fees

Wildwood Park at Lake Thurmond – Near Augusta
706-863-7523
Day use only
About 6 miles of multiuse trails
$10 per trailer

Willis Knob – Clayton
706-782-3320
National Forest
Reservations required
Primitive camping
Chemical toilets available

Yellow River Park – Stone Mountain
770-822-8840
County Park
10 – 12 miles of multiuse trails
Please note that while we have made every effort to include the most current information, we ask that you call before go to any of the listed facilities.  Many WMAs will close to horses during certain hunts.  Fees are subject to change.  Please call! 
Inclusion on this list does not imply any recommendation by the Georgia Horse Council.  Ride at your own risk.

* Anyone planning to ride on a WMA (Wildlife Management Area) during hunting season should check with the regulations book first to make sure they are not planning to ride on a managed hunt day