Discover Nearby Overnight Equine Camping and Boarding
Find a reliable stable near your current location with help from HorseTrip.com. We help horse owners and lovers locate overnight equine camping and boarding throughout the United States and Canada. Browse our overnight horse stable directory to plan out your trip itinerary or find somewhere close by to rest after an unexpected vehicle breakdown. The horse boarding options we list are situated near interstates and major highways, so you never have to roam far to stable your animals.
With more than 30 years of experience in the equestrian industry, we understand the importance of boarding your horses at a safe and comfortable stable. Whether you are a competitor, a trail rider, or just enjoying a nice vacation with your horse, our company helps you find the nearest dependable stable for overnight horse boarding. When you come to a stop after a long day on the road, count on us to help you find the best place for your horse to rest.
Advertise Your Business On Our Horse Boarding Directory
Do you own a stable? Advertise with us to help more customers find your business. When you list your business in our equine camping directory, we ensure potential clients locate you quickly and easily on the internet. Our directory is one of the first listings to show up on Google, so anyone searching for overnight horse boarding or stables for rent is sure to spot your stable on our site.
List your stable on our user-friendly, easy-to-navigate, and mobile-ready directory. Since opening for business in 2001, our company has been committed to connecting horse owners and lovers with the safe equine camping their animals need. We have helped hundreds of stables across the fifty states and Canada reach out to new clients passing through their area. If you own a stable, horse motel, or equine-friendly camping ground, we are happy to list your business in our continental directory.
Advertising with us is simple and affordable. We accept payments through Paypal ™ and all major credit cards. Our business also takes checks. Please ensure your overnight horse stable’s name is displayed on the check, make out it in our company’s name, and then mail it to
12573 NW State Road 45
High Springs, FL 32643
Additional Resources for Travelers
Plan out your trip with assistance from us. Whether you are traveling a short distance or will have multiple layovers, we can help make your journey easier. On our site, we provide several resources in addition to our horse boarding directory to help you lay out your itinerary. These resources include the following:
Horse Vacations Business Directory
State Equine Transportation Requirements
Hotel Reservation Service
Outbreak Alert Service
Contact us to find safe and comfortable overnight equine camping and horse boarding anywhere in the United States and Canada. We will soon add a search engine to do the locating for you for facilities in each of the state pages along your route. We will put location pins on the maps denoting stable layover locations. This will save time and effort in planning your stay. In the meantime, you can enlarge the state maps so that each city and interstate will show. Hope this helps in the meantime. Also, each facility has a GPS address that will give driving directions from your location to their facility.
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Livestock and Pet Owners Urged to Make Preparations for Hurricane Laura
AUSTIN, TX – As the state prepares for Hurricane Laura to make landfall along the Texas-Louisiana border, the Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) encourages animal owners to take the necessary precautions to protect their animals and themselves from anticipated heavy rain, strong winds, and potential flash flooding.
“Texans should heed all guidance from local officials and remain vigilant against this hurricane to keep themselves and their animals safe,” said Dr. Andy Schwartz, TAHC Executive Director. “It is critical that livestock and companion animal owners in the path of the storm make a plan, prepare, and take action before the hurricane makes landfall.”