Horseback Trail Ride (for 2+)

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Location(s):

Nashville, IN

Availability:

Year Round. Daily. On the hour 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Step back in time for a taste of the Old West and visit a dude ranch for a relaxing horse trail ride.
  • Saddle up on a western saddle and journey aboard a gentle western pleasure horse
  • Travel along winding scenic wooded nature trails that back up to Brown County State Park
  • No previous riding experience necessary


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Description:
Hop on the back of a sturdy steed while you ride along winding scenic wooded nature trails backing up to Brown County State Park.

This walking trail ride will move you along some wonderful terrain allowing you to sit back, relax and enjoy your time in nature while saddled up with your companion.

Fresh air, the wilderness and a gentle 4 legged friend to take you on a day where you'll relax in beautiful scenery and return fully refreshed.



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Essential Information:
This is purely a walking tour and great for ages 7 and above. If you weigh over 250 lbs, please make note of this during booking so the appropriate horses are sure to be available.

Duration:
1 hour

Maximum Participants:
Up to 12 per ride

Spectators:
Not Allowed

Weather Dependent:
This experience is weather dependent. Always contact the Experience provider with any questions regarding weather conditions.

What to Wear:
Jeans are recommended and close toed shoes are required.

Booking Information:
For this experience, it is recommended to request bookings at least 7 days in advance.

Cancellation Policy:
24 hour cancellation policy. If you are a half an hour late to your ride, re-scheduling the ride is subject to horse availability of that day.

Experience ID:
ACT-IND-0007



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  1. Do you do anything more than walking on the trail rides?
    No. The staff treats the horses as if a seven year old will ride them on the very next ride. They keep the horses even tempered and relaxed, which creates a safer environment for first time riders or those who have not ridden in a while.
  2. Are there age restrictions?
    Yes, all participants must be at least 7 years old. Each rider will have their own horse. Due to safety concerns younger children cannot ride with an adult.
  3. Are the horses gentle?
    The horses are very gentle, but keep in mind that they are a large animal. The guides follow strict safety rules that allow the guests to enjoy these beautiful animals while remaining safe.
  4. What if it rains?
    There are three things that prevent the groups from riding: lightning, ice and severe cold. If you make reservations to ride and it begins to rain, do not assume that we know you are not coming. Please follow the proper cancellation procedure.
  5. Do I have to wear a helmet?
    Helmets are provided. You do not have to wear a helmet if you are over the age of 18 and willing to sign a waiver.

Customer Reviews:

  • Horseback Trail Ride (for 2+)

  • October 26, 2012

  • 5

  • Indianapolis

"Amazing time! People were great and the experience was wonderful! We would definitely go back and do it again."

  • Horseback Trail Ride (for 2+)

  • July 01, 2012

  • 5

  • Indianapolis

"We had a wonderful time. If I had one complaint it was that our time there was too short. It would be nice if they offered more than just a one hour ride. There was a lot of other things to do there as well. We will definitely go back, next time with the entire family. Also thinking about a family reunion there. While we were there they were setting up for a wedding, it was beautiful. The town nearby (Nashville) was a lot of fun if you like to shop and eat! Cute place. We later went to the state park there (Brown County) and ended up going riding again there. Also a great place to ride. They actually let us ride the horses a little (not just follow along), of course we were the only ones on the trail :)"