Visit Santa’s Stables for a family-friendly horseback riding experience. Led by skilled horseback guides, the wooded surroundings provide a perfect environment with multiple quaint trails.
A 45-minute trail ride is available, as well as a 15-minute option. The horses will safely walk nose to tail and younger children will be excited to take a ride on Foxy the Pony.
Reservations are not required but are recommended and online reservations are available. The pony rides are presented on a first come, first serve basis.
This attraction is open seasonally and hours may vary. Please call the phone number below or visit the website to find accurate hours of operation throughout the year.
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Great group of people to work with!Reviewed 08-25-16
Grandpa was going to take granddaughter on her first horse ride. Grandpa got bit by his sister in laws dog and hand was in a splint. Not only did they completely understand the situation, refunded... Read More
Riding with my granddaughtersReviewed 08-23-16
My granddaughter, Olivia, was visiting from California, and is an avid horse lover. I took her and three other granddaughters, Molly, Reese and Ellie, riding at Santa's Stables after a sleep over... Read More
Great trail ride for the familyReviewed 08-19-16
We booked our trail ride online just a few days before the weekend. We had been wanting to take a family trail ride for a while but had never found the time when visiting Holiday World. It was great... Read More
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