The Country music state of Tennessee offers over 1,800 miles of horse-friendly park trails to explore with your equine friend. If you opt to board your horse in Tennessee, you can find pasture boarding with run-in shelter and stall boarding with turnout.
The terrain offers gulf coastal plains to both the Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains to the east. The summers are hot and humid with mild winters and annual rainfall of 47" and snowfall of only 7". You may encounter a wild boar, black bear or mountain lion and be wary of the four venomous snakes - the timber rattlesnake, the copperhead, the cottonmouth, and the pygmy rattlesnake. Pasture grasses you can expect may include Bermuda, tall fescue, scutch grass, clover, orchard grass, crabgrass and others. If boarding your horse here you can find pasture boarding with run-in shelter and stall boarding with turnout.