Virginia Parks, Campgrounds, and Trails
We all love taking the horses out locally, but the best part of owning a horse is the opportunities for adventure. Luckily, the United States is full of horse-friendly outdoor recreation areas perfect for the occasional day trip or longer vacation. We are producing a series to bring you information about the horse-friendly parks, campgrounds, and trails across the United States.
Fox Hill – A Virginia Bed & Breakfast Sue & Mark Erwin, Innkeepers 4383 Borden Grant Trail Fairfield, VA 24435 800-369-8005 540-377-9922 firstname.lastname@example.org
BRIAR PATCH Bed & Breakfast 23130 Briar Patch Lane Middleburg, Virginia 20117 703 327 5911 | (toll free) 866 327 5911 | (fax) 703 327 5933 Poverty Creek & Gap Mountain Trails Blacksburg/Wythe Ranger District Directions: From Blacksburg take route 460 west turn left directly across from Rt 621. Poverty Creek Trail 14.4 miles Elevation: 2100-2700 feet Gap Mountain Trail Length: 1.4 miles Elevation: 2200 feet
White Pines Horse Camp Blacksburg/Wythe Ranger District Directions: From Blacksburg follow Rt 460 to Pearisburg, travel 10 miles to Rt 100 then on to Rt 42 Follow Rt 42 for 10 miles. Turn right onto Rt 606. Go 1 mile, turn right onto Rt 201 just past store. Go about 1.7 miles. White Pines Horse Camp is on the right. Facilites: small primitive campground in a stand of white pine, five sites with grills, water, toilets, loading ramps, hitching posts, Elevation: 2300 feet