Located in southwest Ohio, the 3741-acre Caesar Creek State Park offers 37 miles of bridle trails through open meadows, fields and forests adjacent to Caesar Creek Lake and Caesar Creek. They vary in length in length, terrain, treadways and difficulty. See additional information in Gallery. The horseman’s camp has 23 primitive campsites, tie rails and picket posts, stock water, restrooms and a shelter house. Because of the popularity of this park, check on park websites to see if you need a reservation for camping, particularly on weekends and holidays. Warren County OHC supports and maintains these trails.
The main trailhead is out of Horsemans Camp. Day-use parking is available at the Horseman’s Camp and at least two other locations in the park. GPS parking coordinates for the other day-use parking areas is shown on the trail map.
Trail rating: Moderate: Rolling to hilly terrain; short steeper slopes; water crossings; irregular trail surface; narrower trail widths.
Trails details in media gallery.
Equestrian Campsites: 23
High Lines: Highlines
Non-Potable Water: Yes
Potable Water: No
Horse Wash: No
Horse Mount: No