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Horse Riding

Horseback riding is allowed in most places across the Allegheny National Forest as long as riders do not mark, build, maintain, or tread-in a trail.

When riding cross-country, riders are expected to spread out and meander through the trees, so that no one rides behind anyone else. Riding single file cross-country will eventually create a trail if enough horses follow the same path.

Horses are permitted on ATV or snowmobile...

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Horse Riding Areas

  • Marienville Ranger District area description
  • Spring Creek Horse Trail area description
  • Kelly Pines Campground