Black Warrior / Owl Creek Horse Trail Horseback Riding

North of Addison near Brushy Lake in the Bankhead National Forest, the Black Warrior Horse Trail System (aka Owl Creek) has about 30 miles of trails from easy to moderate which can form great loops. The trails are marked regularly with colored metal diamonds. Camping is available at the Owl Creek Horse Camp.

There are three horse trails. The Pine Torch Loop is 11 miles and blazed with yellow diamonds. The Brushy Loop is 6 miles and blazed with blue. The Key Mill Loop is 10 miles and blazed in orange.

To reach the Owl Creek trailhead from Grayson, head north on FS245, turn north (left) onto FS262 and look for the Owl Creek Horse Camp approximately 5.5 miles on #262.

To reach the Owl Creek trailhead from Danville, head south on SR41. At the top of hill at the Cave Spring Cemetery, turn right on FS249. Follow this road for about 8 miles, stay left at the FS 249 and FS 265 intersection, there will be a tree in this intersection. Turn left on FS 262 the horse camp is about 2 miles on the left.

Black Warrior / Owl Creek Horse Trail Horseback Riding Map

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Local Contact(s):  BNF (205) 489-5111; Alabama Visitors (800) ALABAMA; Alabama Horse Council (205) 995-9180.

Best Season:  Any

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Owl Creek Campground

Local Website:  click herehttp://www.fs.usda.gov/alabama/

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Date Updated:  8/3/2016

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