Columbey horse riding trails
Columbey National Park
All the practical information you need to know about Columbey horse riding trails.
Getting there and parking
Columbey horse riding trails are in Columbey National Park.
To get there from Clarence Town:
- Head southwest on Queen Street and Clarence Town Road around 4.5km
- Turn right on Eagleton Road
- After 500m turn left into the carpark.
Local horse riders can also access the park via Cemetery Road. You’ll need to ride your horse along Cemetery Road as there’s no horse float parking. Horse floats can’t be taken through the creek crossing on Pathfinder trail.
- Unsealed roads
- 2WD vehicles
- All weather
Parking is available within the park at the carpark off Eagleton Road. You can also park horse floats at this carpark.
- Creeks along Columbey horse riding trails have fresh water for horses to drink.
- You’ll need to bring your own drinking water.
Maps and downloads
Disability access level - no wheelchair access
- 4WD vehicles are permitted on some trails in the park including Pathfinder trail, Shortcut trail and Tower trail.
- Bushwalking is permitted on all trails in the park except for Horse trail.
Mountain biking is permitted on all named management trails in the park except for Horse trail.
Horse riding is permitted on many marked trails within the park, but is not permitted on Creek trail or Connection trail. Horse trail is a dedicated trail for horse riders only. You can also ride your horse along Cemetery Road to enter the park.