Old Sawmill Trail Horseback Riding

The 17th most popular equestrian trail in Florida.

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Northeast of Panama City and south of Ebro, the Old Sawmill Traill is an 12 mile loop through the 6,900 acre Pine Log State State Forest. The Old Sawmill trail was developed as a horse trail. The 12.5-mile loop trail follows existing open roads, closed roads and old firebreaks. The trail weaves through the southeast portion of the Pine Log State Forest. Yellow bands found on trees along the trail designate the trail. Where the trail crosses roads or makes major course changes yellow arrows point the direction the trail goes. Mile markers are located along the trail and are shown on the map. This trail crosses the Crooked Creek Mountain Bicycle Trail in several places; because of the extremely soft soil conditions that exist in the Pine Log State Forest separate trails have been developed for horse and mountain biking, please keep your horses off this trail. The Crooked Creek trail is mark with red or blue blazes and arrows.

To reach the trailhead from Ebro, head south on SR79 for 4 miles. The trailhead is on the east side of the road.

Overall, Old Sawmill Trail is the 17th most popular horse trail of all 34 horseback rides in Florida.

Old Sawmill Trail Horseback Riding Map



Local Contact(s):  PLSF (850) 535-2888; Florida Visitor Information (850) 488-5607; FL Horse Council (941) 731-2999; FL Trail Blazers (352) 669-8532.

Best Season:  Any

Base Camp:  State Forest Campground

Reference Source:  click here https://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Florida-Forest-Service

GPS:  30.38845, -85.87185

Date Published:  1/1/2016

Date Updated:  7/19/2016

ID:  14834

Old Sawmill Trail Horseback Riding Map


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