What better way to visit the Forest than with your 4-legged friend?! There are some beautiful areas to go horseback riding and camping as well!
Before heading out, keep in mind that a negative coggins test is required, or a similar test for equine infectious anemia and a valid certificate of veterinary inspection. KRS 257; KAR 302 20 .040, .065.
Hikers, mountain bikers, off-highway vehicles and other horseback riders can use some trails that are designated for multiple use (two or more trail user groups). If your horse spooks easily, be sure to find a suitable trail to avoid injury.