Horse Riding Trails Oklahoma: Northeast Oklahoma
Sequoyah State Park: (Hulbert, Oklahoma) – View on Google Maps. Guided horse riding trails. Sequoyah State Park, located in eastern Oklahoma on the shores of Fort Gibson Lake, is a haven for water lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.
With over 19,000 surface acres of water and 225 miles of shoreline, the park attracts boaters as well as those who just enjoy relaxing on the swim beach. Visitors enjoy hiking, picnicking, guided horseback trail rides and Western-themed activities as well as wildlife watching, golf and disc-golf, fishing and camping. Read more at Horse Riding Trails Oklahoma State Parks – Sequoyah.
Walnut Creek State Park: (15.00 trail miles) (Prue, Oklahoma) – View on Google Maps. Located on Lake Keystone, Walnut Creek State Park offers fishing, boating, water skiing and more. Visitors have access to swim beaches, lighted and unlighted boat ramps, a softball field, group picnic shelter and playground areas.
The park has 73 full and semi-modern RV hookups, tent sites and comfort stations with showers and picnic areas. Hikers, mountain bikers and equestrian enthusiasts will enjoy the 15-mile Sand Plum Trail that features flat to rolling terrain with many vistas of the lake. Visitors must bring their own horses, as horses are not available to rent at the park. Read more at Horse Riding Trails Oklahoma State Parks – Walnut Creek.