Horse Trail system is approximately 17 miles south of
Laurel, Mississippi. The trail consists of three loops
totalling 26 miles in length. The Long Loop is crossed
by many Forest Service Roads which allows entry to the
loop from many points.
Trailriders Camp is located at the beginning of the
system on Forest Service Road 213 B. Available at the
camp are sanitary facilities, parking areas, hitching
rails, and picnic tables. An adjacent pond can be used
to water horses.
are marked with orange and white arrows blazed on trees
along each loop. The Long loop is marked in white. The
arrows are placed at strategic points along the trials
to make it easy to follow.
the area, the rider can observe the results of fifty-six
years of forest management. The once cut-over slopes
are now covered with well stocked stands of longleaf and
slash pine. This green forest provides adequate water
supplies, numerous forest products, and an ideal habitat