Frog Hollow Horse Camp is a magical destination for those looking to explore the great outdoors with their horse. Equipped with lush meadows, winding trails, and a peaceful atmosphere, the camp provides the perfect environment for camping and horseback riding. The camp also offers plenty of other nature activities such as fishing, hiking, and bird watching. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced rider, Frog Hollow Horse Camp has something for everyone. Its picturesque landscape and friendly atmosphere make it an ideal destination for a memorable camping experience.
Pachaug State Forest encompasses 26,477 acres in 6 towns in Connecticut: Voluntown, Sterling, Plainfield, Griswold, North Stonington, and Preston. Pachaug State Forest's charm is enhanced by its extensive network of trails, including horseback riding trails. Located near Mt. Misery Brook where two of these trails converge, Frog Hollow Horse Camp is a designated equestrian campground. Frog Hollow Horse Camp is an establishment dedicated to horses and their humans, not frogs.
Frog Hollow Horse Camp has the following facilities and amenities:
The Frog Hollow Horse Camp has 18 semi-wooded campsites. Pets are allowed. A campground is located on state-owned lands that are open for hunting.
No Alcohol Allowed
$17 - $27 / night
If you want to discover and explore other campsites and horse trails, here are some that you may visit:
EXETER, RHODE ISLAND - Plain Road Breakheart Pond Trail and Sand Hill Trail Loop
GREENE, RHODE ISLAND - Carbuncle Pond - Moosup River Trail
INDIANTOWN PARK - Lantern Hill Trail
ARCADIA STATE MANAGEMENT AREA - Shelter Trail to Penny Hill Cutoff Trail Loop
Frog Hollow Horse Camp does require reservations for overnight accommodations. Please visit their page here on Top Horse Trails - Frog Hollow Horse Camp for more information.