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Pine Hill / South Valley Forest Horse Trails
Pine Hill State Forest below Randolph NY 14772

Miles of Trail: 24 miles- DEC trail disc markers are used on all trails. There are also wooden trail name signs on all trails.
Skill Level: Suitable for all levels of riders - Beginners to Advanced. wooded with a minimum of elevation changes to more challenging trails. Northern trails are old logging roads and mostly wider.
Footing:Natural wood's soil; shoes are recommended, due to some rocks.
Maps: Available at trailhead
Accessibility:Some hills to climb
Parking:Pineapple Junction Horse Camp on Carr Corners Road has a day parking area.
Maintianted By: Trails were built and maintained by members of the Catt/Chau Chapter of the NYS Horse Council.
Fee: No
Water: None available
Camping:Free camping is allowed at the Pineapple Junction Horse Camp on Carr Corners Road. There are eight large sites. There are high line poles at each site and a campfire area in the center. This is a carry-in, carry-out area, so please scatter manure and hay and keep area clean. No generators 10pm-7am.
Rest Rooms:None available
Showers:None available
Lodging: The Inn at One Bank Street, in downtown Randolph, has 4 rooms available. 716-358-2022.
Food/Grocery:Available in Randolph
Hospital: WCA Hospital in Jamestown, 716-487-0141
Stalls:none available
Feed/Tack:Stillwater Feeds, 219 Main St., Randolph 716-356-5000
Veterinarian: Large Animal-Arkwright Veterinary Services; Katie Ball, DVM 716-679-7900 / Small Animal - Randolph Veterinary Clinic 716-358-6817
Farrier:
Area Info: enchantedmountains.com

Cattaraugus County - Chautauqua - Allegheny Region
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