Dixie is one of the sweetest most laid-back horses you will ever meet, There isn’t a single person she doesn’t absolutely love. Point her in the direction you want to go and she will take it from there. Absolutely great for more timid riders and first-time riders.
Named after the Greek god of love, Eros is one of the most in your pocket ponies you will ever meet! And with a face like that who could say no!
Beauty is a super relaxed and all-around great ride, she doesn’t stand for any horses behind her though so she will always be last in line.
She may seem like she got her name because of her coloring, but no! Honey was named because of how sweet she is with the kids and an absolute angel!
Adults and kids alike will absolutely adore this teddy bear of a horse! The hardest part of riding him is resisting the temptation to let him sneak a bite of food on the trails.
If you want a nice slow ride this is your guy. Not many things on Earth are slower than this sweet boy.
Bell is a great ride for the heftier rider. Her disposition is very gentle, but she can sometimes be a diva on the trails.
Pumba is a been-there-done-that old man, perfect horse for the timid and smaller riders.
That’s Princess Buttercup to you! Don’t let her size fool you, she may be small but her attitude is quite large! Great for the more experienced riders. (200 pound (total) weight limit)
Sonny is one of our older semi-retired horses but that doesn’t slow her down one little bit. She does best with a confident rider who’s not afraid to tell her to slow her roll.
There’s no better kids horse than this old man. A retired trick horse, he will do anything to please his little riders. Kids only, a hundred and fifty pound (total) weight limit.
There isn’t a single thing this horse won’t do. She aims to please with every breath she takes and is great for all riding levels.
Babe is one fiery red head. As the youngest of our herd, she is still learning the do’s and don’ts of trail riding. Great for an experienced rider who can manage her short attention span.
While Jill is retired and no longer on our hackline, she still enjoys a nice pat on the neck and a scratch under the cheek.
Camp Woodmont just announced trail rides open to the public!
Bring the family & come ride with us! Enjoy beautifully wooded trails in the N. Georgia Mountains on one of our 14-seasoned trail horses. No riding experience needed!
Riders must be 5+ years and weigh less than 300 pounds.
On arrival, all riders will receive personal instruction from our certified riding instructor. Helmets are required and are provided for every rider.
1 hr- $40.00 per person
1.5 hrs- $55.00 per person
Reservations required. Call, Text or email our Equine Director, Stephanie at (813) 863-0110 or Stephanie@campwoodmont.com. We are open daily 9 am- 6pm