Fun with Horse Riding Along the Wisconsin Trailsby Stephen Moses Admin
Wisconsin features some of the best parks and forests that boast the incredible trails. These trails are perfect for equestrian fun, and so, are best covered by the horse riders. All you need is to make a choice of your horse show before you experience the horse-riding excitement for the first time. So, how do you take that much-awaited ride and take lessons in Wisconsin.
For those who would love to go for a horse ride, but do not own a horse, here’s what they can do:
➢ You can take a horse ride on the saddle horses, along the river trails of Elmer’s Fun Park in St. Germain.
➢ Prior to making your way to the dense Northern Highland State Forest, you can start with a warm-up and lesson at the Grassy Creek Ranch Trail Rides in Boulder Junction
➢ Alternatively, you can bring your own horse. You can also prefer to rent a ranch horse for a guided ride and a lesson. Besides, you can stay over at the camp or in the ranch house.
➢ For that one-hour trail ride, you can take the Canyon Creek Stables in Lake Delton. It includes a tunnel (200 feet), a waterfall, and a ghost town that portrays the Wild West-style.
For those having a horse of their own, you can take some of the below Wisconsin trails. It’s immense fun especially if you take the ride in groups.
The Village of Caledonia
It features a unique network of horse-riding trails through different landscapes that includes forests and meadows. These trails are maintained by dedicated riders who formed the Caledonia Conservancy.
Tranquil Minooka Park
This one’s in Waukesha county where bridle trails are the among the major attractions. Make sure that you note the vehicle fees while you are driving there: $3 on a weekday, and $5 on a weekend or holidays.
White River State Trail
It offers a beautiful ride that covers a two-mile radius. These are open to horses between the locations, Springfield and Lyons.
Wild Rock Horse Trails
This trail takes a turn through Clark County Forest, and offers options of easy or difficult routes. It features an area that can be used in the day, and 25 campsites for those overnight stays.
Taylor County Horse Camp
This camp stretches along 12 miles of marked trails that have been opened, recently within Taylor County Forest terrains.
Kettle Moraine State Forest
Both the Northern and Southern Units of this forest are covered with miles of trails with splendid glacier-carved landscapes.There are also campgrounds where both you and your horse can get some sleep after a long day full of adventure.
More importantly, you would need a State Trail Pass to visit the State Trails. For those who get their horse by trailer, would need a vehicle admission sticker. Keep these handy from beforehand. Also, make sure that you do not miss the horse shows.
Stephen Moses is an experience freelance writer for HorseWeb Horses for Sale, classifieds of horses for sale in Wisconsin.
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