Tidewater Horse Trail

Are you looking for a quiet, peaceful, away from the busy life place to ride your horses?  Do you want miles of trails away from busy roads

 

 and loud noise?  If so, you need to come visit

 

 

 

TIDEWATER HORSE TRAIL

 

 

 

We offer:

 

Horseback Trail Riding
in Southampton County, Virginia

 

 

Boasting the greatest miles of equine trails
in southeast Virginia with over 14.5 miles of trails.

Parking available on 4 acres of open pasture/field

Please bring your own water -- water is not available currently (we plan to provide in the future)

Ride at your own risk.
All guests, riders and spectators
must sign a liability release.

 

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 Update on Trails -

Posted February 11, 2014!!
 
Trails and lane/parking are in good condition.
Lane - drive slow due to numerous potholes, however no danger of getting stuck.
Trails - Footing/riding conditions on all trails except C and D red trails are in good condition. 
Spring is around the corner so hope you can enjoy the riding soon!

 

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Please post any fall pictures or comments you may have from Tidewater Horse Trail on Facebook.  Trails that have been closed for the last two years are now open!
 
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Please see Calendar and Events Page for a calendar specifying when the trails are open to the public. 
No reservations required on OPEN days.

 

  

Fees 

$15 per rider/day

 

$25 per rider/2 day pass

(includes overnight grounds fee)

 

$35 per rider/3 day pass

(includes overnight grounds fee)

 

Multi-day passes must occur on consecutive days.

 

Annual Pass  - $85.00 (Contact us for details)

 

(Facility closed except Sundays from 

2nd Saturday of November - January 31)

Horses not provided.
Overnight parking permitted.

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It has come to my attention that many riders are concerned about the availability of Sunday riding next fall.  This is due to the new law permitting Sunday hunting,  It is my firm belief that Sunday is a day of rest and prayer and there will be no Sunday hunting permitted on any of our land.  I hope that this resolves any concerns that annual pass holders or purchasers may have about available times to ride.