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.
To ensure employees and guests remain safe, Santa’s Stables will adhere to the CDC guidelines for outdoor spaces. Click here for the details.
Currently, reservations are required.
Santa’s Stables Rides Available:
- 45-minute trail ride ($35)
- 20-minute trail ride ($25)
- Pony ride ($5)
The horses will safely walk nose to tail and younger children will be excited to take a ride on Foxy the Pony.
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.
Click here to see the hours of operation for local attractions and restaurants.
Faith over Fear!Reviewed 11-01-20
This was a Halloween Day Outing with my Cousin. The people here are so very friendly and HELPFUL! I hadn't been on a Horse since my late 20's! They helped me feel at ease and SAFE! We did the 45... Read More
Wonderful experienceReviewed 10-18-20
I had scheduled with another stable for a group of ten young ladies for my daughters bachelorette weekend months ago.The other company double booked and were unable to accommodate us. Santa’s Stables... Read More
Best birthday trip every.Reviewed 09-20-20
Amazing time! We would definitely recommend, guides were super sweet, the horses behaved amazingly! Can’t wait to go back with my niece and newphew. Read More
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