Hi, horse people! Looking for a place to camp with your equine companion? Trailriders Campground is your spot. You’ll have access to 20 miles of horse-and-hiking trails, plus all the other outdoorsy amazingness Harrison State Forest has to offer. Maybe you’re horseless but familyful—fun stuff! This ‘ground would be a great place for you and your peeps to post up, too. It’s a great spot for you to fulfill your target shooting dreams, hike the day away, and fish ‘til your heart’s content. Whatever your reason for staying here, be prepped to provide your own drinking water.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents
20 sites
Up to guests per site
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available


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Harrison State Forest
United States
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40.338° N, 81.025° W
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Equestrian: 20 Sites
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