Imagine riding your horse amongst wild elk or exploring the vast expanse of the Allegheny National Forest. You can also enjoy guided trail rides with private stables near Cook Forest State Park, or experience the thrills and spills of professional rodeo and the majesty of dancing horses.
Hundreds of miles of trails designated for hiking, biking, equestrian, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and ATV riding. Outdoor recreation including swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, picnicking, and camping.
Big Maple Farm's Natural Therapies is a place where individuals are able to enhance their quality of life through positive animal interactions, particularly with equines.
Dude ranch packages: horses, meals, and cabins. Guided horse rides, electric/water hook-ups, modern facilities. Horse camping, tie and box stalls. 200 miles of horse trails. May-October.
15 non-electric motorized equestrian camping sites located in Elk State Forest near the Thunder Mountain Equestrian Trail on first-come permitting system. Self-contained portable toilets required.
Scenic horseback rides through the Allegheny National Forest. Daily and weekend vacations available. PRCA/WPRA Rodeo July 25-27, 2019. Route. 666, Kellettville, 12 miles northeast of Tionesta.
Four campsites dedicated to horseback riders connecting to Spring Creek Horse Trail. Advanced reservations required, two regular campsites, pet friendly for your other animals.
Horse stables. Deep forest trail rides, pony rides, canoes, tubes, mini golf, go-karts, bumper boats, slick-track. Pavilion with recreation area available. Open seasonally.