VA Horseback Riding Trails

Horseback riding is one of the finest ways to enjoy the Blue Ridge Mountains and scenic beauty found throughout Virginia's beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Our mountain cabins in Virginia are located right off the Blue Ridge Parkway and surrounded by the scenic trails found in the George Washington National Forest. Browse through our cabins in the Virginia Mountains and Cabins on the Blue Ridge Parkway and book your getaway today.

There are a numerous stables and other guide companies in the area that offer horseback riding in Virginia. Using trained horses and guided experts, horseback riding vacations can take you to some truly spectacular places, many of which are not ordinarily accessible. Come and discover horse country in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley.

Are you bringing your own horse along? Board your horse and enjoy horseback riding through the James River State Park, with its 20 miles of different horseback riding trails. With all types of terrain, from flat to steep trails, the James River State Park is an exceptional place to ride. Those who enjoy riding through the forest and other wooded trails will enjoy the Virginia Horseback Riding Trails found in the George Washington National Forest. Also, just an hour's drive from Charlottesville VA is Greenville's Equestrian Centre at Penmerryl Farm, a spectacular riding farm with over 30 acres of trails and championship outdoor riding arenas.

Book your horseback riding vacation to Virginia's Shenandoah Valley today. Our Virginia mountain cabins offer the perfect escape and plenty of rest and relaxation. Situated right off the Blue Ridge Parkway and surrounded by the George Washington National Forest, and Sherando Lake, our cabins are also very close to Wintergreen Resort and offer great Wintergreen Virginia lodging. Come and discover our four season paradise! Browse our Cabins in the Virginia Mountains and book your trip today!

Star B Stables 540-885-8855 Guided Virginia horseback riding trail rides are offered at Star B Stables, located near Staunton Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley.


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