News Flash... in only our second full season of operation, Cedar Mountain Horse Camp was featured in the May 2014 issue of Trail Rider magazine as one of only 8 "5-star rated" horse campgrounds in North Carolina, and one of only 95 in America!

                                      Ride DuPont Forest with us...

Where you can ride!

Cedar Mountain Horse Camp is centrally located to miles and miles of beautiful equestrian trails, as well as to other recreational opportunities.  Click on the links below for more information on some of the nearby trails.  Of course, CMHC is only minutes from beloved DuPont Forest, with 80-100 miles of trails and stunning scenery accessible from a number of trailheads and parking areas.  We are familiar with the DuPont trails and will be glad to assist you in planning your rides.

DUPONT FOREST - LOWER SECTION OF TRIPLE FALLS


DUPONT FOREST - TRIPLE FALLS FROM VIEWING AREA NEAR PICNIC SHELTER


DUPONT FOREST - one of the many rhododendron-lined trails.


DUPONT FOREST - high-lines are provided near many of the waterfalls, picnic areas and overlooks.  This one is adjacent to Wintergreen Falls.


DUPONT FOREST - there are many creek crossings, so your horse will enjoy plenty of water along the trail.


DUPONT FOREST - Lake Julia picnic area.  This particular picnic area has 4 or 5 picnic tables, a fishing dock, canoe launch, high-lines for horses, plus several other good tie-out areas where your horses can relax while you dine.


DUPONT FOREST - Lake Julia high-line near picnic area.  Convenient mounting block, too.


DUPONT FOREST - TRAVELER TAKING A BREAK WHILE VANESSA PATRICK PICNICS.


DUPONT FOREST - Jackie Nance on Stormy and Chris Achelpohl on Flash prepare to leave the Lake Julia picnic area.
 

DuPont Forest - Bridal Veil Falls.  You can view from observation deck or climb around on the falls - be careful!!!  There is a high-line area nearby for your horses.



DUPONT Forest- Reasonover creek after lots of rainfall, summeR 2013

 

Cowboy Tom trull on his fabulous pony, silver!
COOL OFF AFTER A LONG DAY RIDING AT HOOKER FALLS
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