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TRAIL RIDES & PONY RIDES

Enjoy miles and miles of beautiful Eagle, Wisconsin trails in the Kettle Moraine State Forest.

Our experienced Trail Guides will ensure you have a fun and safe experience while riding our horses.

Horseback Riding

TRAIL RIDE TIMES
April -to- November
(Hours/Days Are Weather Permitting)

MONDAY
2:00 -
1 Hour
3:30 - 1 Hour
5:00 - 1.5 Hours

TUESDAY / WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY / FRIDAY

11:00 - 1.5 Hours
1:00 - 1 Hour
2:30 - 1 Hour
4:00 - 1 Hour
SATURDAY / SUNDAY
9:30 - 1.5 Hours
12:00 - 1 Hour
1:30 - 1 Hour
3:30 - 1 Hour

WE WILL BE CLOSED THESE DAYS FOR HORSEBACK RIDING DUE TO STAFF TEAM BUILDING DAYS

Monday, May 6th
Monday, June 3rd
Monday, July 8th
Monday, August 5th
Monday, September 9th

WE WILL BE CLOSED THESE DAYS FOR H
ORSEBACK RIDING DUE TO EVENTS TAKING PLACE ON

Saturday, June 15th
Friday, July 5th
Saturday, July 6th
Saturday, July 20th
Saturday, August 24th
Saturday, Octo
ber 5th

Horseback riding specials for veterans

TRAIL RIDE PRICES

1 Hour Ride

$45.00 Per Person

1.5 Hour Ride

$65.00 Per Person

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PONY RIDE PRICES

5 Minutes

$15.00 Per Child

10 Minutes

$20.00 Per Child

15 Minutes

$25.00 Per Child

NOTE

15 Minutes Is The Max Time Allowed For Pony Rides

IMPORTANT NOTES

Must Have A Reservation

(Please call us for a reservation)

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 PLEASE ARRIVE 30-MINS BEFORE YOUR RESERVATION TIME

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There is a $5.00 Trail Pass Fee 

for anyone 16 years of age and older. This fee goes to the State of WI for use of the

Kettle Moraine State Forest.

You are able to purchase Trail Passes here with us when you check in for your ride. 

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WEIGHT LIMIT

230 POUNDS

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WE ONLY ACCEPT

CASH OR WI CHECKS FOR PAYMENT

ATM ON SITE

To Ensure Fastest

Response Time Please

Call Us At

(262)-594-2122
To Make A Reservation

Birthday Party & Outings

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1.  Do I need to make a reservation for a horse back trail ride?

Yes, reservations are required. Please call us at 262-594-2122 to make a reservation. It is recommended to call and set up your horse back ride verses emailing a request. If you send us a email, we will respond to you as soon as we can. Preferred way to make a trail ride reservation is to call us. 

 

2.  How old do children have to be to go on a horse back trail ride?

Children have to be 8 years old. 

No Exception.

Child must be able to hold on to the horses reins.

Pony rides are available for children 8 and under.

3.  What should I wear to go horse back riding?

It is highly recommended that you wear pants and closed-toed shoes.

Flip-Flops, Sandals, or High Heel Shoes/Boots are NOT Allowed!

Bug spray is also recommended. 

4.  Is there a weight limit to ride a horse?

Yes, our weight limit is 230 pounds.

No Exceptions, This is for the safety of our horses.

5. Do I have to wear a safety helmet?

Anyone 17 years old or younger must wear safety helmets.

This is our policy.

Anyone over the age of 18 do not have to wear helmets, but it is recommended. 

We have safety helmets available for use at no charge.

You may bring your helmet to wear as long as it is a "CERTIFIED" safety helmet. 

6. What time should I arrive at the ranch for our Trail Ride?

Please arrive 30 minutes before your reservation time. This allows time for our staff to sign you up for your horse back ride, get fitted for helmets, bathroom stop, etc. 

7.  Are we allowed to trot or run with the horses on our ride?

NO!

We only walk with our horses. Safety is our number one priority, and trotting is a huge liability. We work with kids and adults of all ages, many with learning or physical disabilities. Our horses are well-mannered, and they need to stay that way. Running or trotting with the horses can cause future misbehavior's. We want to ensure that all our guests have the best and safest experience at the ranch. 

8.  What form of payment do you take?

We only accept cash or WI checks.

Out of state checks are NOT accepted.

We do have an ATM for your convenience if needed.  

Please make sure you bring CASH for the $5.00 WI State Trail Fee Pass.

9.  Can we tip our trail guide?

Absolutely, tips are very much appreciated by our staff.

If you enjoyed your ride, pat your horse and tip your guide. 

10.  Can we bring treats for the horses?

You are able to bring carrots or apples, however there may not be time for us to help you feed them.

If time permits we will help assist you in giving the horses treats. 

Due to COVID-19- We are not allowing anyone to feed any of the Kettle Moraine Ranch animals or horses at this time.

11. Do you have other animals there?

Yes! We have 3 goats, a pig, 2 mini horses, a tortoise, chickens, and Cocoa the donkey.

12.  Can we bring a picnic lunch?

Yes, we have picnic tables setup around the ranch that you may use. We do not serve food at the Kettle Moraine Ranch.

13. Do you sell soda/water/snacks?

Yes, we sell soda, water, and beef sticks/beef jerky.

Every Thursday May 9th-October 10th there will be a Food Truck here for bike nights.

The Jackass Saloon bar will be open for soda, water, beer, and mixed drinks-

Sundays 11-7 / Thursdays 5:30-11:00 / Fridays 3:00-9:00 / Saturdays 11:00-9:00

14. What happens if we are late for our trail ride?

If you are late for your scheduled arrival time there may be a possibility we are unable to get you out on the trail ride. This is because we have other clients who may be scheduled for the same trail ride time. We strive to always take out our trail rides on time for our guests. If you are late we may be able to get you on our next trail ride but there is no guarantee due to previously scheduled rides  

COVID- 19 SAFETY PROCEDURES OUR CLIENTS NEED TO FOLLOW

 

* If you have any signs of Covid-19 you are not allowed to horseback ride or be at the ranch. ​

* Please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before entering Trail Ride Office.

* Please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before your horse ride starts.

* Social distancing.

* Masks/Bandannas are not mandatory but recommended.

* If you have your own riding helmet please bring it with you to wear.

* If you want to pet any of the ranch’s animals please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before petting our animals.

* Our Horses & Animals should NOT be fed any treats.

* BE RESPECTFUL AND AWARE OF OTHERS DURING THIS TIME. PLEASE BE SAFE.

 

WHAT THE RANCH IS DOING FOR SAFETY

* Safety helmets will be cleaned with disinfectant before and after each ride. 

* Social distancing. 

* Washing of hands or hand sanitizer before and after each horseback ride.

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