5 lovely off the beaten path towns for incredible horseback rides
Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont
Green Mountain National Forest is a national forest located in Vermont which supports a variety of wildlife, including beaver, moose, black bear, and white tailed deer. It also supports an abundant variety of bird species. The forest was established in 1932, horseback is spectacular here.
Mount Pleasant in North Carolina
This breathtaking national park is just a 10 minutes drive from the heart of Carbondale, Illinois. The park offers horseback riding and many other outdoor adventure opportunities. The area is known for its huge sandstone bluffs which are a site to behold.
Fairfield Bay, Arkansas
Fairfield Bay is a resort town in the Ozarks Region of Arkansas. Blanchard Caverns are close enough to drive to and they are well worth the trip. An elevator takes you over 200 feet into the caverns and it is truly beautiful.
Horseback riding on a guided trail is a good time for the family.
Bandon is a city on the Southern Oregon Coast. Bandon has many wonderful things to offer.
Can't miss Horseback Ridging on the Beach.
Palo Cedro, California
Palo Cedro is a city in the Shasta Cascades region of California. Horseback riding, again, is very big there. A lot of the time, rodeos take place here. If you came to learn about the history, Palo Cedro is good for that.