Trail Rides

Trail Rides Details

A trail ride is a great opportunity to enjoy horses and nature with your friends and family. A trail ride is 45 minutes and typically consists of:

  • Safety orientation with techniques for guiding your horse
  • Mounting and preparing to ride
  • Wrangler guided ride through our pastures and woodland trails
  • Returning to the hitching post and dismounting

Trail Rides for Local Groups and Families

Trail rides are available for Girl Scouts, youth groups, birthdays, family groups and other locals. Reserve a ride time today!

Please make note of the following conditions:
  • The cost for a trail ride is $30 per person
  • Every rider must have a liability release signed, if rider is a minor it must be signed by a parent or guardian
  • All riders for must be at least 10 years old
  • Minimum riders per ride is 5, maximum is 8; members from the group waiting for riders are welcome to use our garden next to the riding area with canopy for calm activities
  • Helmets are provided for all riders, though participants may bring their own ASTM/SEI approved riding helmets, our staff will check and approve helmet before riding
  • Riders must be able to mount horses with no physical assistance from staff; staff will give directions to the rider while standing near the horse's head

Trail Rides for Overnight Guests

Our guests who are participating in a Retreat or Outdoor Education Program can add a trail ride to their stay. Ride times are arranged by the group leader.

Please make note of the following conditions:
  • The cost for a trail ride is $20 per person
  • Liability waiver for riders is included in the group's event agreement, check with group leader for insurance coverage
  • All riders for must be at least 10 years old
  • Minimum riders per ride is 5, maximum is 8; members from the group waiting for riders are welcome to use our garden next to the riding area with canopy for calm activities
  • Helmets are provided for all riders, though participants may bring their own ASTM/SEI approved riding helmets; our staff will check and approve helmet before riding
  • Riders must be able to mount horses with no physical assistance from staff; staff will give directions to the rider while standing near the horse's head

Contact for Reservations

For more information or to schedule an activity with our Horsemanship Program, please contact Horsemanship Director, Krista Mayer at 262-363-6940.

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