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San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park offers the equestrian the opportunity to ride through a variety of outstanding natural areas on horseback.

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* Horse drawn carriages are welcome on both the Cellon and Turkey Creek trails. The two single-track trails (Sanchez and Sidewinder) are not wide enough to accommodate carriages. Please call at least one day in advance to obtain entrance to the carriage gate. Mon-Fri call (386)462-7905, Sat-Sun (352)955-2008.

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  • The mountain bike and equestrian trails are separate trails and meet only at well-cleared intersections.

  • Pets, except for horses, are not allowed.

  • All horse riders are required to have proof of negative Coggins on their person or in their saddlebag.

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* Please extend to others the same courtesy you would wish to be given by refraining from using the trails other than for their intended use.