Stay at Geehi horse camp, on the Tom Groggin to Geehi section of the National trail, in Kosciuszko National Park. It’s a great place to unsaddle and rest on your horse riding adventure.
Camping with horses in NSW national parks
Planning to enjoy a horse riding adventure in a national park? Kosciuszko National Park has several campgrounds where you can stay with your horse. Tom Groggin horse camp and Geehi horse camp offer dedicated facilities for riders tackling the National trail. Outside winter, you can vehicle base camp with your horse at designated campgrounds in northern Kosciuszko's High Plains and Selwyn areas. Four Bull Hut is the perfect base to explore Washpool National Park’s horse riding trails.
Tom Groggin horse camp is the perfect start or end point for a horse riding adventure along the scenic Tom Groggin to Geehi section of National trail, in Kosciuszko National Park.
Bullocks Hill campground is a great summer base for horse riding, mountain biking, fishing and bushwalking in northern Kosciuszko National Park, between Kiandra and Yarrangobilly Caves.
Cooinbil Hut campground offers a wide range of activities within Kosciuszko National Park, from horse riding and mountain biking to fishing and birdwatching.
Ghost Gully campground is a small campground with basic necessities, horse facilities and easy access to the northern section of Kosciuszko National Park.
Long Plain Hut campground is a great launch pad for mountain biking, hiking, fishing and horse riding adventures in the High Plains of northern Kosciuszko National Park.
For Snowy Mountains camping near Adaminaby, choose Old Snowy campground in Kosciuszko National Park. This campground is ideal for horse riding and astronomy.
Wares Yards campground, just off Snowy Mountains Highway, offers basic facilities and room for horses, not far from Tantangara Dam.
Outside winter, you can stay at Currango Homestead, The Pines Cottage and Daffodil Cottage, in the High Plains area of Koscisuzko National Park, with your horse. Conditions apply.
Rustic Four Bull Hut is the perfect place to stay if you’re exploring Washpool National Park’s network of horse riding trails, near Tenterfield. There are horse yards around 200m from the accommodation.
Explore NSW national parks trails on a self-guided horse riding adventure. Join a guided tour or learn more about horse riding safety in parks.
Horse riding is a unique way to experience many of the national parks in NSW. Riding opportunities vary from relatively flat open areas to steeper terrain with more challenging trails through remote areas. Careful preparation for your horse ride will help ensure a safe and enjoyable time for horses and riders.