I like adventure. I’m not a particularly brave person; I’m scared of heights, I don’t ride psycho horses (anymore), and I don’t take unnecessary risks with my life. But I do enjoy being in the wilderness, especially alone, and I like to learn new skills and then test them out. When I was a kid,… Continue reading Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
I remember reading a sale ad for a horse one time that said the horse had been on multiple camping trips. That was the first time I’d ever heard of horse camping. I knew cowboys used to sleep out on the range with their horses back in the Old West, but I didn’t know that… Continue reading How to Get Started Horse Camping
Jack’s River Fields campground is one of north Georgia’s best kept secrets. It’s located in the Cohutta Wilderness Management Area outside the town of Blue Ridge. It’s often confused with the Jack’s River area, which is also a great spot, but Jack’s River Fields is open to equestrian campers and has special facilities for the… Continue reading Horse Camping at Jack’s River Fields