Paddle Creek Horse Camp

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This horse camp is a large level field with ample area for trailers and horses. Some hitching rails are provided. This camping area is open year-round and is kept mowed and has a capacity for approximately 100 people and horses to camp. This campground and trailhead are part of the Lake Vesuvius…

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Location

Paddle Creek Horse Camp is located in Ohio

Directions

To find this campground and trailhead from Ironton, OH: Take SR 93 north out of Ironton for approximately 7 miles. Turn right at the Lake Vesuvius Sign and travel approximately 3 miles on County Road 29 past the Sand Hill Trailhead. Turn left on Township Road 245, less than a mile past the Sand Hill Trailhead.   The road will deadend at the Paddle Creek Trailhead/Camp.

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38.63088321 N
82.58158827 W

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About This Campground

This horse camp is a large level field with ample area for trailers and horses. Some hitching rails are provided. This camping area is open year-round and is kept mowed and has a capacity for approximately 100 people and horses to camp. This campground and trailhead are part of the Lake Vesuvius Horse Trail System. The Lake Vesuvius horseback trails system 46.66 miles long and is composed of 9 trails, 4 trailheads, and one horse campground. The Lake Vesuvius horse trails wind through some of the most striking landscapes in Ohio. They will lead you through a variety of vegetation where many species of wildlife live. You will ride along rock cliffs, water falls, streams and along ridge tops. Expect to see open fields, brushland, mature forest, and young forests. Along the way, you will notice man's influence and land management activities.

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  • Fair- 3Mbps-10Mbps

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