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Clinch River Equestrian Trail

Beautiful rolling farmland embodies the essence of this 8+ mile natural trail.

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TRAIL CLOSED

This trail is currently closed. Please explore one of our other excellent trails.
This trail is expected to open: Soon

Trail Overview

The Scott County Horse Association equestrian trails will begin at the Scott County Horse Park two miles west of the Town of Dungannon on State Route 65.

The proposed project will include approximately 6 miles of Equestrian trail located on rolling farmland that will provide access to the Chief Benges Scout Trail through the US Forest Service Clinch Ranger District. The goal is to access over 80 miles of  trails within the District (Scott and Wise Counties) for long distance riders.

The existing Scott County Horse Association Horse Park will serve as the trailhead. The Horse Association Park is a well-established equestrian destination, with two (2) horse rings; restrooms with potable water, sewer and power; ten (10) camping spaces; and telephone.

TRAIL ALLOWS

Equestrian

Trail Rules

  • PERMITS ARE REQUIRED
  • Every rider and passenger must have a permit.
  • The Trail System is open from Daylight to Dark.
  • DOT or SNELL Helmets must be worn at all times by all riders.
  • NO DOUBLING except for machines designed for 2-up riding from the factory.
  • Annual permits shall be visible on left side of helmet.
  • Day Pass wristbands must be worn at all times.
  • Stay on designated trails - failure to do so will lead to arrest and will ruin all your fun.
  • Practice "Pack it in -- Pack it out" Don't Litter!
  • Ride only on trails within your ability. If you are not an experienced rider, stay off the black trails.
  • Absolutely NO alcohol or firearms are allowed on the trail at any time.
  • Download and read ALL the TRAIL RULES before riding.
Download ALL the Trail Rules