Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Southeast Kentucky on horseback. Experience the thrill of horse riding in an equine campground that boasts 60 well-equipped sites. Explore over 100 miles of scenic trails that wind through the breathtaking Daniel Boone National Forest, with the option of having a knowledgeable guide accompany you. Adjacent to the Daniel Boone National Forest, trail riders will find Red Hill Horse Camp in beautiful Livingston, Kentucky.
This horse camp provides riders with access to over 100 miles of trails in the Daniel Boone National Forest. The campground boasts over 60 sites with all hook-ups and amenities. There are numerous options for loops depending on how long you want to spend on the trail, and guides are also available for your ride. Red Hill Horse Camp hosts a number of guided trail rides throughout the year that are very popular, and always enjoyable for horses and riders.
Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Daniel Boone National Forest as you explore its winding trails on horseback. With rolling hills and babbling streams to traverse, you'll be swept away by the abundance of outstanding scenery and wildlife that surrounds you at every turn. Join us for one of our exclusive 3-day rides, held several times a year, and discover the stunning vistas of Windy Gap, White Oak Branch, Horse Lick Creek, and other picturesque locations along the trail. Don't miss out on this unforgettable equestrian adventure!
Take I-75 to Exit 59 Mt Vernon-Livingston and turn onto US 25 South. Travel 8 miles to Livingston. Turn left and cross the bridge. At the end of the bridge, turn left onto HWY. 1955. Travel 4.5 miles to Campground sign and turn Right.
Red Hill Horse Camp offers the following facilities and amenities:
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Red Hill Horse Camp does require reservations for overnight accommodations. Please visit their page here on Top Horse Trails - Red Hill Horse Camp for more information.