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Saddle Valley Campground, Cumberland Plateau Mountains, Tennessee - Management's Own Description

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  See Maude's Crack!!!

Our next no pack pack trip will be on June 20 and 21. Ride to Maude's Crack, via Station Camp Creek, north along the east side of the Big South Fork river, cross at Big Island, up No Business Creek to the end Of Terry Cemetery Rd. We'll camp the night there, all your gear will be at camp waiting on you. We'll have ''pulled pork barbecue and fixins'', get up to hot breakfast and ride back along the west side of river, up the ''horse ladder'', and along Jack's Ridge to Bandy Creek, and back to the campground. This will be a challenging ride, not for the faint of rump! When we leave the campground, all your gear will be loaded in our trailer, a hauled to the campsite, while you ride. Riders should bring a small tent, sleeping bag or bedroll, if you have a small cot, we can carry that also, a duffle type bag for clothes, grain for you horse, a nose bag for feeding works great also, we will provide grass hay. If you want to carry a cooler with your personal beverages, thatís also allowed. We will have a saddle bag lunch on the trail, and ride into camp, with the fire already going, and the barbecue smokin!

The cost is $100. 00 per rider- bring your own horse

$250. 00 with rental horse

Price includes: campsite Friday night at campground (late check-in, after 4:00 p. M. ), saddlebag lunch Saturday and Sunday, BBQ dinner Saturday night, and hot breakfast Sunday, and we haul all your gear, and do all the cooking

Saddle Valley Campground

www. Saddlevalleycampground. Com

350 Dewey Burks Rd

Jamestown TN

(931)879-6262


 

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