Located in the US, the horseback riding in North Dakota offers more than a half-dozen beautiful horseback trails. The best North Dakota horseback riding based on popularity are considered to be Little Missouri State Park, Magpie Campground, Bennett Campground, Wannagan Campground, and CCC Campground. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a North Dakota horseback riding trail below.
Near Dickinson in the Dakota Prairie Grasslands, the Magpie Campground provides access to 58 miles of horseback riding trails. This is a convenient starting point for traveling to Devils Pass or the Ice Caves.
Near Dickinson in the Dakota Prairie Grasslands, the CCC Campground provides access to 96 miles of horseback riding trails. This newly remodeled and expanded campground remains a favorite for those planning on traveling on the Maah Daah Hey Trail from the North Trailhead.
Southwest of Fargo and north of Ft Ransom, the 950 acre Fort Ransom State Park has a network of 14.6 miles of multi-use trails open to horseback riding. Fort Ransom State Park is located south of Valley City