Located in the US, the horseback riding in Mississippi offers more than a half-dozen beautiful horseback trails. The best Mississippi horseback riding based on popularity are considered to be Longleaf Horse Trail System, Shockaloe Horse Trail, Big Foot Horse Trail, Cotton Mouth Lodge, and Witch Dance Horse Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Mississippi horseback riding trail below.
South of Laurel in the DeSoto National Forest, the Longleaf Horse Trail System consists of three loops totaling 26 miles open to horseback riding. The trails are marked with orange and white arrows blazed on trees along each loop. The Long loop is marked in white. The arrows are placed at strategic points along the trials to make it easy to follow.
Northwest of Biloxi near Saucier in the DeSoto National Forest, the Big Foot Horse Trail is a 21 mile trail system. There are 4 loops ranging from 5 to 11 miles in length. The best trailhead is the horse camp.
East of Pontotoc, the 2,500 acre Trace State Park has 35 miles of trails open to horseback riding. The trails roll through hills and hollers, along ridges and creeks. The routes pass through hardwood forest and swamps. The horse trails are divided between 7.5 miles of gravel and 21.6 miles of dirt.