Note: hours change in November due to Daylight Savings. We will ride as late into the season as the weather and ground conditions allow.
CLOSED TUESDAY and THURSDAY
We will be open 5 days a week between 10:00-3:00 for trail rides and for pony rides.
trail rides leave hourly by reservation, pony rides do not need a reservation and are for children 6 and under. Keep in mind, everything is outside so activities are weather pending.
TRAIL RIDE PRICE: $35 per person, CASH ONLY (don’t forget extra to tip your trail guide!)
For your safety, we HIGHLY recommend long pants and closed toed shoes.
At this time we are offering TRAIL RIDES by RESERVATION ONLY. You MUST arrive 15 minutes prior to your ride leave time, or your reservation will be cancelled.
Pony rides *DO NOT need a reservation.*
***IMPORTANT: GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE (Girl Scouts, corporate groups and camps excluded) MUST SEND NONREFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF HALF OF THE TOTAL, BEFORE THEIR RESERVATION WILL BE HELD. Payment can be sent via Venmo, Zelle, Apple Pay, we do not accept credit cards. /
For the safety of our horses and their riders, we DO NOT allow riding double. Absolutely NO exceptions. Riders must be age 7 or older, all levels of riding experience are welcome.
We have very gentle horses, that we have owned for many years, to accommodate the least experienced riders. Our rides go through gorgeous trails, through the woods, up and down hills, even over a bridge. Come enjoy the beautiful trails, from the back of a horse! The rides are approximately 45 minutes in length.
••For the safety of our horses and guests: Our weight LIMIT is 250.
**If you are staying at the resort and do not call to cancel your ride 2 hours in advance, or do not show up, you will be charged half price to your room**
*Guests are placed on horses according to their size and size of people in their group. We keep groups together and do our best to fit each person accordingly. We place our kids horses in line strategically to accommodate the children first. While our larger horses are placed towards the back for larger riders/adults.