Ranch Services


One-Week Horse Driving Experience

STARting at $600 and is currently only offered one week per month starting in May.  

Experience and learn how to harness and hitch a well trained team of draft horses and ponies to a select variety of horse drawn equipment, utility carts and show carts. This will be a hands-on experience and no prior experience is needed to participate. Horse safety, grooming and care will also be covered. The driving activities will vary from day-to-day and can be tailored to the group's interests. 

A mid-day break with lunch will be provided each day but we may not be able to accommodate all dietary restrictions. A country style dinner can be added for an additional cost upon request and off-site dining locations can be recommended. 

What should I bring? Be prepared to dress for a variety of weather conditions. May can be cool and rainy while September may have days in the upper 80s. However, most mornings and evenings are cool. Wear appropriate footwear such as boots, or other sturdy, closed-toed shoes. For your safety, open-toed shoes are not permitted in the barn or around the horses. While we will provide a variety of items to sit on, (benches, chairs, boxes, etc) you may want to bring your own chair, as there may be long periods of time where we are standing to provide instructions, harnessing or waiting turns to drive the horses. 

Off-Site Special Event Horse & Wagon Services

$350 for the first hour, $100 for the second hour and $50 any additional hours.


*Anything over 60 miles one-way is billed per mile. Inclement weather surcharge may be requested. 

Wagon & Sleigh Rides on the Ranch

Wagon: $20/person for a minimum OF 10 people or $200 private fee if less than 10 people.
Sleigh: $50/person FOR a minimum OF 4 people or $200 Private fee if less than 4 people.

The onsite wagon and sleigh rides can be customized to include rides along country roads or slower paced rides through our private forest on the more primitive trails. The sleigh rides take place through the pine forest and are available when the trails are covered with snow. 
  • The Bobsled seats 4-6 people and the Wagon can accommodate 12-14 people.
  • Weather depending, the ride will be between 30 minutes and 1 hour. We will make route adjustments based upon weather and trail conditions. We also will work with clients to customize their experience. 
  • Depending on the route, you may travel through pine forests, primitive logging roads, through fern trails or country roads where you can take in the agriculture scenes and rural farms. 
  • Blankets are provided on cold weather days.
  • Hot beverages are available for an additional cost.

Can we bring personal items along?
While there can be limited space on the wagon and sleighs, you are welcome to bring along personal items. We would request that the items fit into a large purse-sized bag. Items to consider bringing along might include: Water bottle or beverages, sunglasses, insect repellent, sunscreen, hand warmers, etc. Large coolers CANNOT be accommodated.  

Glamping on the Ranch

STARting at $65/night for four people

Two sixteen foot, canvas yurt-style tents, sleeps four with two fold out standard futons. Campsites are supplied with firewood, picnic table and battery operated lantern. There is a shared primitive bathroom and each campsite is nestled in a fern covered forest. 

The sites are within a short walk from the developed property (barn/cabin). You may choose to walk to the Glamp site, however there are options to park near the site or request that the hosts transport you and your items. Transportation of camping items must be arranged before arrival. 

Items included are as follows:  
  • Two futons
  • Battery operated lantern
  • Bedding and towels
  • Carpets
  • End tables 
  • All sites are supplied one 5 gallon jug of water and dispenser. Additional water may be requested prior to arrival and will be an additional cost. 
  • Garbage bins will be provided for your campsite and cleanup by glampers is requested. 




A flashy team of our Spotted Draft Horses Sam and Suzie are adorned with bold black and red harnesses to match the wagon. They can be hired by the hour to provide wagon rides for your special event. 
  • Red Pioneer Wagon that seats 12-14 people.
  • Blankets are provided for cold weather days.
  • Hot beverages are available for an additional cost. 
  • Decorations are typically included. Specific decorations can be included for an additional cost. 
  • Evening and night events are available but pricing may vary depending on length and location.
  • A large parking lot or open area is preferred and parking and "staging" details can be discussed prior to the event. 

Cancellation Policy: There is currently no formal cancellation policy. If an event is going to be cancelled we ask for as much advance notice as possible so we can offer bookings to other clients, if they are on the waiting list. We watch the weather closely and will only cancel an event if it is dangerous to transport the horses. We will work with event organizers to make adjustments in the event of inclement weather. 

General FAQs

Can we bring our dogs?

Is there wi-fi or cellular service available?

Can we feed the horses?

Dogs are welcome on the Ranch. It is important that guest dogs are well behaved and socialized to people, dogs and horses. You must also be prepared to provide proof of vaccinations. You may be asked to place your animal on a leash at times and therefore should have a leash with you at all times. Dogs may not be left unattended at camp or on the premises. 

We believe that your experience on the Ranch “disconnect to reconnect” will be best enjoyed without having constant connectivity through wi-fi and cellular service. Hence, it is important to know that wi-fi is not provided at this time and cellular service is limited due to the remote location of the Ranch. However, we know that there may be times that connectivity is needed and we can assist with that upon request. 

We will have a variety of ways for guests to interact with the horses and ponies. Feeding treats to horses is generally discouraged, because it can create rude horses that are searching for treats instead of focusing on their job. We like to maintain a herd of horses that are respectful, kind and safe to be around. 

“Great people who know their stuff. You won't find a more pleasant way to ride through the countryside or town.”

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