Located in Florida, the horseback riding in Orlando is known for five fun horse trails. The best Orlando horseback riding based on popularity are considered to be Seminole State Forest, Little Big Econ State Forest, Lower Wekiva Horse Trail, Kissimmee Praire State Preserve, and Highlands Hammock State Park. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Orlando horseback riding trail below.
Northeast of Orlando and south of Geneva, the Equestrian Trail is a 10 mile route through the 5,000 acre Little Big Econ State Forest. A portion of the trail is along the Econlockhatchee River. Keep an eye out for river otter, gray fox, deer and bobcat.
North of Orlando near Cassia, the 25,800 acre Seminole State Forest has two trails open to horseback riding. The two horse trails are the Sulphur Island Horse Trail (7.4 miles) and the River Creek Loop (7 miles).
Northwest of Orlando near Apopka, the 7,800 acre Lower Weikiva River State Preserve has a 8 mile route known as the Lower Wekiva Horse Trail. The trail is actually a series of concentric loops. The trailhead starts at a dedicated horse corral parking area.