Tennessee State Parks

Cedars of Lebanon State Park


Horseback Riding

Cedars of Lebanon State Park offers 12.5 miles of marked trails for horseback riding.  You can also explore hundreds of miles of forestry fire trails in the joining State Forest.  A current negative Coggins is required for all horses entering the park.  Horses should be unloaded near the riding stables.  For stable information see Cedars of Lebanon Riding Stables.


Birds seen or heard in or near glades include Prairie Warbler, Yellow-breasted Chat, and Chuck-Will’s-Widow, as well as other typical mid-south field and forest dwellers.