Fort Braden Equestrian Trail

865 Geddie Rd
Tallahassee FL 32304
(850) 488-1871

The Ft. Braden Equestrian trails have won best riding trails in North Florida numerous times. The two equestrian trail loops are five to six miles long., providing a range of different ecosystems and stunning views of Lake Talquin. Riders should expect an amazing trail that will include low water crossings, inclines, and winding trails. A primitive group campsite with small corrals is available by special use permit from the Geddie Road Forest office. The trailhead has a vaulted restroom (no water) and picnic pavilion. Midpoint on the trail also has a beautiful picnic pavilion with hitching posts that overlook the lake.

Horseback riders are welcome on open roads in the forest, and the Fort Braden Tract contains a 12-mile designated equestrian trail. Horseback riding is not permitted on designated hiking and biking trails or on the Bear Creek Tract. Proof of a current negative Coggins test is required for all horses.


Featured Uses: Equestrian riding and primitive camping.

Access: Lake Talquin State Forest- 865 Geddie Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32304

Amenities: Equestrian trial, picnic tables, restrooms, and campsites.

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ACTIVITIES
Equestrian
SURFACE
Un-paved
LEVEL
Easy

The Ft. Braden Equestrian trails have won best riding trails in North Florida numerous times. The two equestrian trail loops are five to six miles long., providing a range of different ecosystems and stunning views of Lake Talquin. Riders should expect an amazing trail that will include low water crossings, inclines, and winding trails. A primitive group campsite with small corrals is available by special use permit from the Geddie Road Forest office. The trailhead has a vaulted restroom (no water) and picnic pavilion. Midpoint on the trail also has a beautiful picnic pavilion with hitching posts that overlook the lake.

Horseback riders are welcome on open roads in the forest, and the Fort Braden Tract contains a 12-mile designated equestrian trail. Horseback riding is not permitted on designated hiking and biking trails or on the Bear Creek Tract. Proof of a current negative Coggins test is required for all horses.


Featured Uses: Equestrian riding and primitive camping.

Access: Lake Talquin State Forest- 865 Geddie Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32304

Amenities: Equestrian trial, picnic tables, restrooms, and campsites.

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