Horseback Riding

Piatt Park

This two-block long shady park has fountains, plenty of seating for downtown picnics, and WiFi access. It's got the only equestrian statue in the city (that of North Bend, Ohio settler and 9th U.S. President William Henry Harrison). Nearly 200 years old now, Piatt Park is a treasured oasis ...

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Corriganville Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: equestrian trail, hiking trail, historical buildings, parking stalls, picnic ...

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McDowell Mountain Regional Park

Nestled in the lower Verde River basin, the 21,099-acre park is a desert jewel in the northeast Valley. Elevations in the park rise to 3,000 feet along the western boundary at the base of the McDowell Mountains. Visitors enjoy a full program schedule, over 50 miles of multiuse trails, ...

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Manatee Cove Park

This 29.49-acre community river park is a fisherman's retreat. An access road extends from an equestrian facility at the park entrance to a small lagoon that offers refuge for manatees and a launch site for canoes. A natural trail around the lagoon provides access for shoreline fishing. ...

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Ottumwa Park

Ponds, playground equipment, drinking fountains, shelters with bar-be-cue grills, horse arena, sand volleyball, fishing, camping, walking and biking paths, softball, basketball, tennis, football and soccer are available at this 340 acre ...

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Pounds Hollow Recreation Area

Picnic on the banks of the 25 acre lake nestled in the heart of the Shawnee National Forest. There area has great vistas and is nice for walking, hiking and a number of outdoor activities. One visitor reports very scenic and popular hiking and camping with a ...

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McVickers Park

A quaint park tucked in south of 95th Street, McVickers Park (located on McVickers Avenue) offers neighborhood children a place to play on swings, rocking horses and a wooden play ...

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Keller Sports Park

Acres: 130 developed and 18 undeveloped • Amenities: 7 lighted baseball fields, 2 lighted football/4 t-ball fields, 4 lighted fastpitch softball fields (one full size adult softball field), 5 regulation soccer fields (3 lighted), 2 youth soccer fields, 5 concession/restroom buildings, a pavilion with 6 picnic tables and large ...

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Rancho San Antonio County Park

The most popular activities at Rancho San Antonio County Park are jogging and hiking. Stretching bars are available at the restroom parking area and equestrian staging area. The park provides hiking, bicycling and equestrian trails which connect with over twenty three miles of trails within Rancho San Antonio Open ...

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Powell Butte Nature Park

Powell Butte, an extinct cinder cone volcano, rises near the headwaters of Johnson Creek - an urban creek with remnant populations of native salmon and steelhead. The park is comprised of 608 acres of meadowland and forest. Today, miles of trails accommodate hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. ...

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