Please call ahead to make a reservation or for day rides

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Hunting Season is here!

Our Trails will re-open February 15th! RV spots and pens will be available for those traveling and needing a place to overnight with their horses. Please call to reserve your spot.

We are conveniently located on:

US Hwy 82 just 15 minutes West of Eufaula, AL (click here for directions -gps not always correct)

WE ARE ALL ABOUT THE TRAILS

We welcome day riders (please call ahead)! Trails Etc is family owned and operated and we are here for you to enjoy riding on our trails. No matter how long you want to ride, we have miles & miles of trails offering dense wooded paths, wide spaces and plenty of water crossings – all sandy enough for barefoot horses.

TRAILER/ RV HOOK-UPS

$30/Night

OUTDOOR PANEL STALLS 12 x 12

$15/Night

DAY RIDES

$10/Horse/Day

PADDOCKS

Paddocks  $20/Night (each additional horse add $10/night)

PRIMITIVE GENERATOR CAMPING

$25/night/rider & 1 horse (+1 person free)
includes place for 1 horse (additional horses $15 each)

BRING YOUR OWN PEN OR HIGH-LINE

(Limited To Designated Areas)

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What Our Customers Say

“The trails were absolutely beautiful, well marked, and well kept. The facilities are fantastic. Dawn and Kent were very friendly and incredibly nice. Would recommend this place and will definitely be returning.”

AMANDA BLACK

“Love the area. Dawn is an excellent teacher and trail guide. Wish I lived closer would visit more often.”

KELLY MAAS

“One of my favorite places to ride! Very lovely trails! I will definitely be coming back soon!”

ALI PALMER

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    Trails Etc is family owned and operated and we are here for you to enjoy riding on our trails. No matter how long you want to ride, we have miles & miles of trails offering dense wooded paths, wide spaces and plenty of water crossings – all sandy enough for barefoot horses.