TRAIL RIDING / CAMPING

Equestrian-style camping at Hensley Settlement

Direct access to great trail riding:  The Cumberland Gap National Historical Park has 70+ miles of backcountry riding trails with equestrian style camping and over 85 miles of hiking trails.  The farm ties into the Wilderness Road Virginia State Park riding trail providing riders with a gateway to the state and national park system. 

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Cumberland Gap National Historical Park

  • Cumberland Gap National Park
    Come experience the beauty and solitude of the Southern Appalachian Mountains!  The park contains over 24,000 acres, 85 miles of trails, 70+ miles of horse-trails, camping, and lots to do and see!   As the farm ties directly into the riding trails, you can mount up, leave the farm, and ride for miles using the state and national park systems.
  • Wilderness Road State Park
    Wilderness Road offers picnicking, hiking, nature, and living history programs. Visitors can hike, bike or horseback ride on the 8.5-mile

Wilderness Road Trail linking the park with the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park.  The park offers primitive camping for groups.

Wilderness Road State Park

The Sand Cave

Wilderness Road offers picnicking, hiking, nature, and living history programs. Visitors can hike, bike or horseback ride on the 8.5-mile Wilderness Road Trail linking the park with the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park.  The park offers primitive camping for groups.