A.J. Jolly Park

Rules & Policies

All participants are expected to respect the camps, trails, and fellow riders and behave in a manner conductive to family fun.

The following campground rules and policies apply to all guests:

  • No alcohol
  • No smoking in or around barn
  • Trails close at dark
  • Pets must be kept on a leash. Clean up after your pet
  • Stalls must be stripped (including hay) prior to leaving or you will be charged $20.00 per stall
  • All campers must clean up after themselves and their horses, including hay and manure at the barn and in the campground
  • You are only permitted to tack your horse in the campground. No washing or feeding horses in campground due to state water quality regulations and best management practices. The wash area is located at the barn
  • State Law requires a current Negative Coggins and Health Certificate for each horse
  • No picketing
  • Be respectful of others. Offensive behavior will not be tolerated
  • Keep your horse at a walk while in the campground and around barn
  • Quiet time is 11:00 PM
  • Horses are not permitted in the lake
  • Campbell County reserves the right to shut down all trails for maintenance or inclement weather
  • Call 1-859-635-4423 for the latest information concerning the trail closures

WARNING: Under Kentucky law, a farm animal activity sponsor, farm animal professional, or other person does not have the duty to eliminate all risks of injury of participation in farm animal activities. There are inherent risks of injury that you voluntarily accept if you participate in farm animal activities. KRS 247.4027

Trail Rules

The A.J. Jolly Horse Trails are maintained by volunteers organized through the Northern Kentucky Horse Network.

To ensure access to the trails will continue for generations to come and to help maintain a sustainable trails system, please respect park rules and the land on which you ride.

  • State Law Requires a current Negative Coggins and Health Certificate.
  • Ride only on marked trails and do not ride onto private property or ride your horse to the lake.
  • Please do not litter.
  • Riding on the road is only permitted in marked areas.
  • Please do not tie horses to trees.
  • No alcohol.
  • No smoking during dry conditions, and please use caution when smoking at all times.
  • Please pick up all manure and hay in the parking area.
  • Protect trails. Riding during wet weather is not encouraged.
  • Please park vehicles so gates, roads and parking areas are not blocked.

To volunteer for trail maintenance, please contact the Northern Kentucky Horse Network Trail Blazers Committee Chair listed on their website at www.nkyhorsenetwork.com. Thank you.