Book your Horseback Riding Experiance!
You may have recently read the recent article from The News Guard that announced we would be offering trail rides on the Oregon Coast in Lincoln City starting in 2020.
Our primary season for horseback trail riding is June through the end of September. However, in May and October, we continue to add availability within about 10-days after reviewing weather conditions, namely for weekends. We often open up bookings for Spring Break. At the bottom of the page, you can find additional information and read our FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need boots or certain shoes?
Yes, all riders must have closed-toed shoes, no exceptions. While still extremely rare, not having proper footwear has been one of the main reasons riders are not allowed to ride. Remember, that even in these cases we cannot offer a refund.
Can I book a private ride with no other riders but us?
Absolutely! This is perfect for those who might even desire a romantic couples horseback ride on the Oregon Coast, or even the perfect surprise marriage proposal together or with the presence of family. Just be sure to select the Private/Proposal ride above. It can also be ideal for corporate group activities.
Do keep in mind that the cost is higher per-person the fewer number on the ride, especially under 5 riders. This is due to the fact that when we schedule these private rides, we have to closeout a particular timeslot that’d otherwise be used for a ride of mixed reservations and/or plan for additional staff. For groups of 10 or more be sure to contact us directly for bookings
Do we get to feed the horses?
Of course! Your experience includes feeding your horse a carrot as a treat for a job well done. It’ll also be a great moment to capture on camera as well. If you’re really lucky there are a couple of our horses who occasionally get a Pop-Tart too!
Can my child sit with me on the horse?
No, as doing so would not be safe. It’s also due to strict insurance requirements all riders must ride on their own horse, no tandem riders. Children between 8 and 12 who might have a guide holding a lead rope attached to their horse at the sole discretion of the lead guide.