Come Ride with Us!

Southern Trailriders, a non-profit group centered near the Tallahassee, Florida area, supports an active interest in equestrian trail riding and the development and maintenance of public equestrian trails.

Southern Trailriders Association

OUR MISSION IS:

  • To promote and develop public equestrian trails and related facilities throughout the southern United States
  • To promote an active interest in equestrian trail riding
  • To facilitate legislation, rules, ordinances and polices which promote equestrian trails
  • To encourage the compatibility of equestrian trails with natural resource conservation
  • To educate the general public in regards to equestrian recreational activities

And to enjoy trail riding!

Latest News

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CAMP, RIDE & EAT – MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND at McCULLEY’S FARM

Sharon and Herb Haughton will be hosting a campout and ride at McCulley’s Farm in Jasper, FL from May 22 through the afternoon of May 25, 2015.Saturday will most likely be a day of organization and rides on your own. However, I’m sure we can arrange a guided ride if requested. Saturday night will be a group potluck hors d’oeuvres dinner – bring your favorite appetizer for sharing, along with your drink. Sunday morning will […]

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Campground at Lake Talquin

We need your help! Help save the equestrian campground plans at Lake Talquin by writing a letter to the officials involved with the reasons why our community needs this facility for equestrians traveling through with their horses and as a travel destination for equestrians. We need the adequate parking and access offered by the original plan that was already approved and which was awarded grant money. Send your letters to the following:

Mr. Chris Colburn, Forest […]

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Article on Tallahassee Area Trails

Sue Noyes of the Southern Trailriders Association wrote an article about the great horseback riding trails in the Tallahassee area for the Equitrekking 50 State Trail Riding Project. Read the full article on equitrekking.com or here on Facebook.