Go on a Scenic Ride – Pike County Horse Trail
Pike County Horse Trails, formally South Lake Horse Trail, is a rider’s mountain heaven, featuring a series of interconnected trails that make for a truly unique experience, as well as lush scenery, a camp ground and picnic area. Twice a year, Pike County holds an official trail ride that draws hundreds of horseback riding enthusiasts with their horses in tow into the beautiful mountains of Pike County for a day of fun. For riders, its all about options and variety. With a multitude of different paths to take, it is no wonder that attendance is growing by the hundreds each trail ride.
Prepare for Your Ride
Riders must provide their own horses. It is also a good idea to bring water, lunch and a map of the trail. Visitors may enjoy the Pike County Horse Trail at any time other than designated hunting seasons. For more about the Pike County Horse Trail, call: (606) 432-6247.
Directions to the Pike County Horse Trail: The Pike County Horse Trail is located in Lick Creek, KY 41540. Travel past Lick Creek Park and cross the bridge. Parking is located on the left. A Pike County Deputy will be guiding parking during official trail ride events.
Trail System Details
Please remember the following when planning your trail ride experience:
• No motorized vehicles are allowed on trail system.
• Visitors must provide their own horses.
• For official trail ride events, be sure to arrive early for best parking.
• These trails are unmarked.
Pike County Horse Trails Gallery
Where to Find Pike County Horse Trails
2028 Lick Creek Road
Lick Creek, KY 41544
Phone: (606) 432-6247
Tourism Director: Tony K. Tackett
Click here to visit the Pike County Horse Trail Facebook