White Pines Ranch* covers 200 acres of beautiful woods, pastures, and horse trails. Many animals that you'll find at the ranch are horses, dogs, cats, goats, and sheep.
*NOTE: To clear up some confusion--this business IS NOT the same as White Pines Resort. They are two different businesses.
COVID-19 UPDATE: White Pines Ranch is opening up for horseback riding on June 12. Pre-registration only. No registrations made on site.
DATES and TIMES
They will have horseback riding on June 12, 13, and 14, 19, 20, and 21. Follow their FB page (link above) for any dates added in the future. Times for riding are 10:00, 11:00, 1:00, and 2:00. Cost is $40.00 per person – 7 years old and older. PONY RIDES will not be offered.
COVID precautions (please read)
· Arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled riding time.
· Wait in or next to your car until a WPR staff member comes out to greet you
· Everyone in your group must wear a mask. Bring your own; they will not have any available.
· DO NOT BRING EXTRA PEOPLE—only trail riders allowed on-premises.
· They will have a restroom available
· They will NOT have any food, drinks, or souvenirs for sale.
· The main building will be closed off to the public
· If you or a household member are experiencing any COVID like symptoms, (fever, cough, etc.) you must reschedule.
About the Ranch
The buildings are modern structures built along the lines of the old west. The air-conditioned dormitories are complete with bunk beds, carpeting, electrical heating, and adjoining bathrooms with showers, flush toilets, and vanities with mirrors. The main lodge has a large dining hall where home-cooked meals are served buffet style. The game room and souvenir shop offer a chance to relax and enjoy video games or browse through our many inexpensive western souvenirs including tee-shirts and sweatshirts.
Our ranch offers horseback riding, swimming (in season), hiking through our beautiful sandstone canyon, horse studies with grooming, scavenger hunts, mapping, orienteering, outdoor games, fossil hunts, and studying wildlife. Evening activities may include hayrides, Bingo, country line dancing, and campfire songs. Winter activities include cross country skiing, sledding, and lots of hot chocolate!