3 Great Options for Horseback Riding in Charleston, SC

Looking for some great outdoor fun with your family?  Horseback riding in Charleston, SC, dates back to colonial times and there are several great options in the greater Charleston area.  Seabrook Island offers an exceptional opportunity for experienced and new riders as well.  Guide the reins through our nature trails, or trot along the beach and feel the wind in your hair. Whether you’re an experienced rider or looking forward to your first lesson, seeing the area on horseback is an unforgettable experience.

Our complimentary Seabrook Island Vacation Guide offers some great ideas and ways to enjoy all that the Lowcountry has to offer.  Download it today to discover the best parks, trails, beaches, and outdoor activities available on this Charleston-area island. It also lists premier restaurants, events, and shopping opportunities. The guide is your key to planning a great getaway with ease.
 

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3 of the Best Places for Horseback Riding in Charleston, SC


1. Seabrook Island Equestrian Center (Seabrook Island, SC)

The Seabrook Island Equestrian Center offers the most beautiful location for horseback riding in Charleston, SC. With 3 miles of trails and 11 friendly horses to choose from, it’s one of the top places to saddle up. Rides at the Seabrook Island Equestrian Center will lead you through local woods, marshes, and tidal creeks. You also have the option of riding on the beach, and they provide ponies for children up to age 8. If you’re new to the pastime, this is a great place to take horseback riding lessons in Charleston, SC.

The Seabrook Island Equestrian Center offers private instruction for riders of all skill levels. This is one of the only places on the entire East Coast of the United States where you can ride horses on the beach.

As a bonus, the Seabrook Island Equestrian Center is located within walking distance of several of our vacation rental homes.

2. Middleton Place Equestrian Center (Charleston, SC)

If you are staying in Charleston, or want to combine your equestrian activities with a tour of history, check out Middleton Equestrian Center at Middleton Place Plantation.  Middleton gives both group and private lessons at their Riding Academy.

They also host summer camps for horseback riding in Charleston, SC, for beginning and advanced students. Their clinics bring in professional riders to teach advanced skills.

You can also make use of the facilities at Middleton Equestrian Center to stable your horse overnight.

3. Mullet Hall Equestrian Center (Johns Island, SC)

For an additional option close to Seabrook Island and Kiawah Island, check out Mullet Hall Equestrian Center.  Mullet Hall is located within Johns Island County Park. The park encompasses 738 acres of land and hosts competitive horse shows as well as exhibitions and other events. They have an extensive public equestrian trail system.

It covers 20 miles and leads riders through gorgeous Lowcountry scenery.

Trail pass members can access them year-round. Mullet Hall Equestrian Center is also home to a grass Grand Prix ring, five-show rings, jumps, lunging areas, and 40 acres of open, grassy fields.

Book a Seabrook Island Vacation with Seabrook Exclusives


Whether you choose to visit the nearby Seabrook Island Equestrian Center or one of the other excellent options, you’ll have a great day horseback riding in Charleston, SC. You can make sure your night is just as enjoyable when you rent a vacation home from Seabrook Exclusives.

Our homes and villas on Seabrook Island provide comfortable, updated accommodations just minutes from local amenities.

Browse our rentals to find one that suits you, and view our current specials to help plan your visit. We look forward to hosting you during your trip to the Lowcountry!