Horse Trails Maintained by Metro Nashville
There are two municipally owned and maintained horse trails in Davidson County. Bring your own horse to explore the nine miles of trail in Percy Warner Park (2500 Old Hickory Blvd) and the three miles of trail at Peeler Park (on Overton Rd). The Metro Parks horse trails are open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week. Individual usage of the horse trails is free of charge. See fee schedule listed below for organized trail rides.
Horse Trail Rules
- Ride on designated horse trails only
- Horse-riding and cyclists prohibited on hiking trails
- Enter and exit the horse trail system from the equestrian trailhead only
- Always carry proof of negative test for Equine Infectious Anemia (Coggin's test)
- Use horse trails at your own risk
- Littering and cleaning out horse trailers on Parks property is prohibited.
- Organized trail rides of 10 horses or more must obtain a permit by contacting the Warner Park.
- Leave valuables at home
- Take car keys with you
- Cell phones may not get service in some areas
- Watch the weather and watch for high water in low areas
- Alcoholic Beverages and drugs prohibited
- Weapons and Hunting are prohibited
- Collecting of plants, wildlife, or other features is strictly prohibited
- Contact the Park Police at 615-880-3429 or 911 for an emergency
Organized trail riding fee schedule
|Number of Horses
||Out of County
|1 to 9
|10 to 25
|26 to 75
|76 or more
Contact Park Headquarters at 615-370-8051 or email@example.com for more information.
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