Stone Church Horse Camp and Trail

McCuneville, Ohio

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Named for the skeletal ruins of an old stone church nearby, this area was developed specifically for equestrians. Overall usage is relatively light, which is surprising, given that there are 21 miles of trails to explore. They lead through some interesting scenery, a mix of fields and mature and emerging forests, with the fall foliage season an especially colorful and pretty ride. And of course, there’s the old stone church to see. The church has fallen into ruin and only its walls remain, though there’s a cemetery spread out around it. With vines and arches, the remains of the church and its surrounding graves are a ghostly site. You don’t need a horse to see what’s here necessarily either. Hiking is permitted.

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"Named for the skeletal ruins of an old stone church nearby, this area was developed specifically for equestrians. Overall usage is relatively light, which is surprising, given that there are 21 miles of trails to explore. They lead through some interesting scenery, a mix of fields and mature and emerging forests, with the fall foliage season an especially colorful and pretty ride. And of course, there’s the old stone church to see. The church has fallen into ruin and only its walls remain, though there’s a cemetery spread out around it. With vines and arches, the remains of the church and its surrounding graves are a ghostly site. You don’t need a horse to see what’s here necessarily either. Hiking is permitted."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: McCuneville
Season: April-December
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Wayne National Forest

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Jun 2018