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Find the top rated horseback riding trails in Georgia, whether you're looking for an easy short horseback riding trail or a long horseback riding trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a horseback riding trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
|Trail Image||Trail Name||States||Length||Surface||Rating|
This 2.4-mile paved trail extends from Riverfront Park to Cox Landing and includes scenic overlooks along the Flint River. Stroll along the Oxford Environmental Park Nature Trail, an off-shoot of the...
A rugged trek through the North Georgia mountains, this 9-mile trail is ideally suited to hikers and mountain bikers. Despite its quiet, dense forest setting, the Simms Mountain Trail does pass...
|GA||9 mi||Crushed Stone, Dirt, Gravel, Sand||
The Georgia Coast Rail-Trail will eventually stretch 68 miles from Kingsland north to Riceboro — a lush corridor of longleaf pine forest, marsh and saw grass, which crosses tidal rivers and creeks. It...
|GA||6.25 mi||Boardwalk, Concrete, Crushed Stone||
When I did the trail there were hidden bumps in the middle of it, and there was no parking.
Mixed maintenance: At least 7 areas of tidal over wash from 40 feet to 200 feet in distance with some washouts reducing trail to one lane rut. The size of the gravel used for maintenance is too large: 2" rocks were common.
Beautiful run, Sunny, 58°. Parked Free outside Ft Pulaski , ran 3.5 out n back. Flat, mud, dirt, gravel. Water was low tide on both sides of trail.
We did all 9 miles and it was amazing. Lots of hills and even the south river bridge, would recommend this trail if you are looking for something challenging
We did from a highway to east end road and barely needed to stop, not a lot of turns and not a lot of hills, definitely would do the rest when paved
We had a nice time biking this trail. Lots of downhill depending on where you are going, would recommend this trail.
It may not be long but it's a nice challenge and not crowded with lots of ops to stop and enjoy lunch or grab a beer.
My husband and I walk/run the first part of the trail (from start to the TC mall) 3-4 times per week. Its so beautiful and peaceful. We've met so many "friends" whom we love to say "good morning" to and who brighten our day, everyday.
My husband and I bike Jekyll at least once a month. We start out at the Marina where there is a good family restaurant with pub food and cocktails. Nice views off the back and very social with the boaters coming and going. The trail is mostly paved a little dirt thru the woods. It’s a loop so I love it! Lots of oceans views, many places to stop for a eat or drink. Lots of butterflies, and birds. Some shopping, tons of history and benches to rest and take in nature. Give yourself the day! You could zoom thru it in a couple of hours but why! So much to take in!
Hubby and I biked from Isle of Hope to Norwood tavern and then down Central Rd. to pick up this trail. There are some tricky road crossings, but the lights work in your favor. The path itself was really nice! Smooth divided concrete down to Bacon Park and around Lake Myers then back again. We continued on following Harry S Truman highway, but the path remained insulated from the highway noise and very shady! Once we reached Derenne, we turned around since the path was going to end soon. I hope they decide to extend this trail to Deleseps St.
This trail is a joy. A bit hilly in spots but nothing too crazy ( going north). It has a park like setting as you ride along the river. The army base was interesting as well. I got to see the parachute drop, some cool old planes, a little history, and the firing range. I was not expecting any of that. I’m glad that I did this run.
We rode from the Grady road trailhead to mm 19 and back. It was a 51 Mike round trip ride. The area is gorgeous and we were blessed with the fall colors! The trail is wide and smooth. The area between Cedartown and Rockmart is hilly, the rest is relatively flat. There is a section where the trail is near the highway, but other than that it’s in the woods or through cute little towns.
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