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        04-01-2010, 11:42 AM
    Beach riding in FL?

    Hey you guys, my friend and I are looking for a place that we can trailer our horses to and ride on the beach. We live in FL, so there HAS to be a beach not too far away that allows riding. Doesn't really matter where in FL, but figured I'd post here to see if anyone knew of a place.

    Probably just google it too, ha ha.

    I've been wanting to ride on the beach forever and Zeus thinks he's a seahorse (he LOVES water), so I'm sure he'd love it.

    Thanks in advance!
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        04-01-2010, 03:35 PM
    I forget where you're located, but I would call some of the bigger "beach" counties park and recreation or even their tourist info center and see what information you can pick up. Looking on a county map, I'd try calling....

    Brevard, Palm Beach, Sarasota, Manatee, and of course Miami-Dade. Those all have a lot of beach coastline, and the beaches are pretty famous tourist attractions.
        04-01-2010, 06:01 PM
    I'm in Clearwater, and am about 15 minutes from the beach, but not one that allows riding.

    Will do!

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