Horse fun in the Northeast!

Since 1978, the Granite State Carriage club has enjoyed recreational horse carriage driving and horseback riding in New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Maine. The club hosts day-trips and overnight outings, many including horse camping.

For small yearly membership dues and no extra per-outing fee, any horse lover can join in the fun, relaxation and camaraderie with like-minded enthusiasts. GSCA's primary focus is on safety first-- drive your carriage horse, trail ride your equine, or just visit for a lovely time enjoying nature with horses!


  • Day trips on dirt roads, wooded trails,
    and rural back roads
  • Overnight outings, camping with horses or
    some with stabling
  • Horseback riders and guests of members
    are welcome!
  • Picnics and socializing during outings
  • Liability releases and negative
    Coggins test required
  • Safety first! Road-safe horses and
    sound equipment a must!

see info on the GSCA Drive/Ride outing in Chocorua, New HampshireGSCA carriage driver enjoys the company of
trail riding club members
on a lovely dirt road
in Chocorua, New Hampshire.


Horses Mount Washington Carriage DayGSCA members on Mt. Washington Carriage Day,
July 17, 2011



Horse camping at GSCA's Northeast Kingdom, VermontHorse camping at Northeast Kingdom,
GSCA's Vermont multi-day outing for many years.

GSCA horse outings, horse camping, and member activities


  • Enjoy unique venues with your horse
  • Interact with riders and drivers
    of all levels
  • Bring all equines, from minis to
    mules to drafts
  • Meet other horse club members from all over
    New England
  • Receive GSCA Newsletter and eNews
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"Join GSCA-- just for the fun of it!" 


first horse clubs in Acadia National ParkIn 1988, Granite State Carriage was the first driving              
club in Acadia National Park, Maine after
Mr. Rockefeller's carriage roads were re-opened.



Pony pair Sleigh carriage poniesGSCA President Jean's pony pair sleighing in Maine in 2016