Due to the rainfall in December and the projected forecast, we are expecting trail conditions to remain muddy for the next few weeks. Parts of the yellow walking loop are difficult to pass because of standing water and mud.
Mullet Hall Equestrian Center at Johns Island County Park is tucked within 738-acres and serves as host site for competitive horse shows, festivals, events, exhibitions, and trail riding. Mullet Hall does not offer riding lessons, rentals, or boarding.
1 grass Grand Prix ring
2-98 stall barns with water and electricity (196 stalls)
2 tent pads with water and electricity for temporary stalls
The site is equipped to handle a variety of equestrian-related activities: shows, trail events, clinics, dressage, jamborees, and camp-outs.
Mullet Hall offers one of the few public equestrian trail systems in the Lowcountry. Pristine scenery awaits as you journey through 20 miles of trails winding through southern pines and moss-draped oaks, alongside open meadows and farm fields. These casual, rider-friendly trails are perfect for riders of all ages and abilities. All trails are accessible to trail pass members on a year-round basis.
Walking trail hours are dawn to dusk, and walkers are asked to use the Trail Head entrance. Foot traffic is $1 per person, equestrian traffic is $5 per horse/person and pass holders are free.
All guests need to sign in at the trail head kiosk. Dogs must remain on non-retractable leashes at all times. No bikes are allowed on the trails.
More than Horses
Mullet Hall is also the perfect venue for animal exhibitions/shows, tractor shows, festivals, craft shows, and car expositions.
Future of the Center
Future plans at Mullet Hall include a covered arena with up to 8 additional barns, additional open-air and warm-up rings, a farrier station, a viewing tower, and additional trails.
To book an event or for additional information, contact Mullet Hall Equestrian Center at 843-762-9965 or CCPRC Park and Program Services Center at 843-795-4386.
Mullet Hall does not offer riding lessons, rentals, or boarding.
Please lock your vehicle, and remove valuables from view. CCPRC is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen property.