Trail riding is my favorite activity.
I love to ride, find new horse trails and share that information with others.
Over the years, I boarded my horses and met many wonderful people. I quickly found out that trail riding was my all-time favorite activity. In 2004, we bought land and built a home and barn. This was a dream come true having my horses at home! I live in Pennsylvania with my husband, three horses, one dog and two cats.
As you know, living on a horse farm, no matter how big or small, there are certain items and services you need for your daily chores and various tasks. I would search online for certain horse products or services and quickly found it to be very frustrating. When you thought you found something, it would be a dead end or broken link.
I also found out that trail riding information was very scarce and scattered. PA has so many wonderful places to ride and many people did not know about all the different locations to ride and camp.
In 2016, we published our first Trail Rider’s Path equestrian trail guide featuring Pennsylvania Horse Trails. Since then, we have published an additional seven trail guides covering Pennsylvania, New York and other surrounding States.
It became harder to keep the printed trail guides up-to-date with map changes over the last two years so we decided to move the information online.
We have merged PA Equine Directory LLC and Trail Rider’s Path as one website with more features for both the horse owner and equine business to create a Horse & Trail Directory. We are dedicated in connecting horse owners with equine businesses for products and services and also providing horse trail and camping information in the Mid-Atlantic area. The information in our printed guides is now available online for those who would like to subscribe as a member. All information is up-to-date and approved by the forestry offices before published online. We will continue to add additional trail and camping locations to our trail directory on a regular basis.