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. 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.
Note: If your trail ride will be anytime between 9:00 am-12:00 pm CT during weekends in October, enjoy free hot chocolate and a cozy bonfire while you wait for your ride to begin.
Click here to see the hours of operation for local attractions and restaurants.
Family funReviewed 08-01-17
We had 6 people in our group, ages 8-48. It was great for beginners, this was our 8 year old first time horse back riding. It was a nice leisurely ride on calm horses. The staff was very nice, we... Read More
Best horseback riding experience everReviewed 07-02-17
My family Had the very best time at the Santa's stables! The horse were gorgeous and so well taken care Of! The staff was so considerate of my children's fears , super personable and very experienced... Read More
Daughter's dream come true!Reviewed 09-06-16
My 6 year old daughter has been begging to get a horse for months. This was her first trail ride. We took a 45 minute trail ride and she loved every minute. The staff was extremely friendly and... Read More
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