Alum Creek State Park Horseback Riding
The 4th most popular equestrian trail in Ohio.
Friday 5 August 2016 03:37 GMT
North of Columbus near Delaware, the Alum Creek State Park has 38 miles of trails open to horseback riding. The terrain has plenty of hills, stumps, and steams. The horse trails wind along the lakeshore through mature beech-maple forests and across deep ravines.
Alum Creeks large reservoir and gently rolling span of fields and woodlands provides a hub of recreational activity just minutes from Ohios capital city.
To reach the Horsemans Camp trailhead from the intersection of SR 521 and CR 10 in Kilbourne, go south on CR 10 for almost 3 miles to a left on Howard Rd. Go 0.15 miles to a left into the Horsemans Camp area. It is before crossing the bridge.
Overall, Alum Creek State Park is the 4th most popular horse trail of all 32 horseback rides in Ohio. Several of the better horse trails are nearby Alum Creek State Park including Buck Creek State Park, Great Seal State Park and Paint Creek State Park.