All ages can participate! Horseback riding ages 5 and up ride their own horse, and under 5 may ride with an adult. Age 2 and up can participate in ziplines. ATV ages 12 and up can drive their own and under 12 can ride with an adult. If you have children under 6, we do ask that you do the UTV with carseats and booster seats. To drive the UTV you must be 18 years of age but any age can ride! 5 years and up can ride the mountain slide. Guests under 16 years old will need to be accompanied by a paying adult on all activities. Kids must be at least 16 to ride without an adult, or have somebody with him/her who’s at least 16.
Helmetsare mandatory and provided.
Gogglesare optional and are provided based on availability.
Mud is seasonal– wetter months have significantly more mud on the trails than mid summer when it’s hot and dries up a lot of it.
Some guests prefer to stay clean– you are operating your own vehicle and can stay clean by going around muddier sections of the trail or passing thru it very slowly. You can also cover yourself in it like a pig in slop if that floats your boat. You decide!!
Disposable shoe coversare available for purchase at the ticket windows.
We do have large restroomsyou can clean up and change in.
Please call ahead so we can accommodate your needs.
Horse Care & Safety
The safety and enjoyment of our guests as well as the care and well-being of our animals are our 1st priority!
An adult horse needs to consume approximately 2% of their body weight each day (roughly 25-60 pounds per day per horse for the horses in our herd).
Our horses’ high-quality grain is specially formulated just for the needs of our herd at a farm and facility in Kentucky and brought in regularly as well as their high quality hay from the Midwest. We feed two types of hay here at our facility: one is a high protein western alfalfa and the other is from a local hay farm that grows just for our animals.
Our animals have a team of veterinarians, equine chiropractors, farriers and staff that tend to their needs daily.
A horses’ regular care requires but isn’t limited to: regular hood trimming (pedi’s) and new shoes, teeth floating, check-ups chiropractic care, grain, hay and supplements, cleaning and maintaining their riding gear.
Interested in riding a specific horse? While we try to accommodate guests’ requests for specific horses, the horses have days off too. We have other several hundred acre pastures in the area where our horses are rotated out regularly.