Nashville Horse Trails
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Here are some Nashville Horse Trails for you.

Warner Parks Horse Trails in Nashville

There are ten miles of trails with many loops that are well maintained. There are picnic shelters, but there is no camping available. Trail riders should enter and exit the bridle path system from the Equestrian Center at 2500 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, Tn. For more info contact: Superintendent of the Warner Parks 50 Vaughn Rd, Nashville TN 37221, Phone 615-370-8050

Twin Forks Horse Trail
Located at J. Percy Priest Lake. Equestrians and hikers are welcome to use this 20 mile long trail that runs along the shoreline from Walter Hill Dam to Nices Mill Recreation Area. The trail offers great views of Stones River.

This Nashville horse trail is located in the East Fork Recreation Area on the southwestern shore of the lake. The best access to the trail is East Fork Recreation Area.

Directions to East Fork: from downtown Nashville take I-24 east 19 miles to exit 70, left on Nissan Dr. 3 miles right on 41 Murfreesboro Rd (toward Murfreesboro), left on Florence Rd. right on Sulphur Springs Rd, go past Nices Mill, left on W. Buckeye Bottom Rd. look for and follow signs to East Fork .

Cedars of Lebanon Riding Stables are about a mile from the campground and their phone is 615-444-5465. Information on the Forest Trails are Phone 615-443-2769 Address: 328 Cedar Forest Road, Lebanon, TN. 37090

Cedars of Lebanon State Park Horse Trails are 12 miles of marked horse trails and hundreds of miles of unmarked trails. Closed Monday and Tuesday (winter).

Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail in Franklin, Tennessee
Franklin: 23 Miles of trail and has staging areas along the trail route. This trail is for day use only. For organized trail ride information call 615-459-1010.

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