No Rides Found Be the first to Add Your Ride
Blue Rock is considered part of the foothills of Appalachia. It is a beautiful area to ride. The horse trails start in the state park but the majority of the trails are in the adjacent state forest. The forest is dominated by oaks and hickories. In the lush undergrowth, woodland wildflowers such as trilliums, cardinal flower and rare orchids can be found amongst a variety of ferns, mosses and lichens. Deer, grouse, squirrel and wild turkey are just a few of the woodland game which make the forest their home. The area has an interesting history along with the prehistoric origins of the blue rock the area is named for as well.
From TrailMeister user Horseladykh
Long stretches up and down hills, creeks, some trails are near drop offs but nothing really drastic. I haven’t ridden all the trails yet but what I have ridden is mostly wooded with not a lot of open space. It can get muddy. I’ve only ridden there once but fell in love with the place. Horseman’s camping is at the state park off of Cutler Lake Rd.
BLUE ROCK STATE PARK
7924 Cutler Lake Rd
Blue Rock, Ohio 43720-9728