Ride horses on equestrian trails at Don Carter State Park.
Photo: File photo
Photo: File photo

New horse trails open at state park on Lake Lanier shores

More than 12 miles of equestrian trials have opened at a lakefront state park just outside of Gwinnett County.

Don Carter State Park announced its new set of horse trails was open as of Tuesday morning. The 12.5-mile trail system has four main loops and multiple connector trails for you and your equine pal to walk, trot or canter through.


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You must bring your own horse to the trail; none are housed on-site for rental. Horse owners must bring Coggins paperwork — forms showing that your horse has undergone blood tests for infectious equine diseases — to be permitted to ride.

Trail maps are not yet available online, but can be found at the park’s Visitor Center.

The trails are open from 7 a.m. to dusk daily. Parking costs $5 per day. The park, which sits on the shores of Lake Lanier, is located at 5000 N. Browning Bridge Road in Gainesville.


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