Maine Horse Properties | Maine Horse Facilities
Maine is a state
in the New England region, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and south.
“Horses make a phenomenal contribution to Maine,” Agriculture Commissioner Seth Bradstreet said. “Beyond the dollars
($400 million), jobs and income, through open land and space, they contribute highly to the quality of place here.”
Maine experiences a humid continental climate
with warm (although generally not hot), humid summers. For thousands of years,
indigenous peoples were the only inhabitants of the territory that is now Maine. The 8,000 acre state park,
Mt. Blue State Park, open year round, is popular to horse property folks who like to
horse camp and ride the trails away from their horse property. This park in the southern region of Maine has trails originally used by
Indigenous people for seasonal hunting
and trapping, making more permanent settlements. Mainly, there are three State Parks that accommodate horseback riding:
Camden Hills, Popham Beach, and Reid. Camden Hills is in the northern region, and also offers horse camping.
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