Home Owning A Horse MotelList With UsTravel TipsPayment OptionsHurricane SheltersHaulersSuggested ReadingIdaho Snake River Arena, Ron Foster 258 W 350 N Blackfoot, ID 83221 Tel: 208-230-4338 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web Site: Location on Google Maps (Confirmed) Facilities: 23 indoor stalls. Hay, shavings and cleaning are included with boarding. $25/night/horse. 6 large outdoor paddocks available with shelter and automatic waterers. Patrons are welcome to use wash bays, restrooms, washer and dryer, indoor and outdoor arenas. Practice cattle are available for breakaway and team roping. There is a guest house with 5 bedrooms and 3 baths. 2 RV hookups available with water and electricity. 2.8 miles from I-15. There is a large parking lot for your rigs and easy to get to while traveling. 24 hour video surveillance on stalls. Centrally located to some of the prettiest country in the state. If you are looking for a place to rest your horses and keep them safe, look no further. The staff at Snake River Arena are experienced with horse care and boarding. Let us help with your traveling needs. Reservations can be made on our website. Location: Horse corrals, riding arena, full RV hook-ups. Beautiful Blackfoot, Idaho. 2.8 miles from Interstate 15. Centrally located to some of the prettiest country in the state. View Comments Post Comments
Not all bed, breakfast, and corrals are created equal. Some stand alone, unequaled in architecture, hospitality, and comfort. The magnificent Chief Joseph Ranch in the Bitterroot Valley near Darby, Montana (406/821-0894; www.chiefjosephranch.com), is one such example. Once a dude ranch and then closed to the public for many years, the historic ranch is now open again for all to enjoy.
And guess where we ate dinner? Yep, in the all-glass Sunset Dining Room. Unlike most bed & breakfasts, Chief Joseph includes a delicious dinner as part of its package. While our eyes feasted on a brilliant scarlet-streaked sky, we slowly worked our way through a scrumptious pork chop dinner.
We rode our horses up the south shore of the lake. I had my 5-year-old Missouri Fox Trotter, Buddy, and Charlene was riding her 7-year-old Fox Trotter, Scout. Buddy and Scout made good time going along the south shoreline. We had lovely views of the shining water and high Como Peaks.
Ever dream of living on a horse farm? Of waking up each morning, to watch the sunrise as the horses begin their day of grazing in the lush green grass? Next time you need to get away and to reconnect with nature, plan a visit to this horse farm in Missouri, an Airbnb that promises plenty of natural beauty, the sounds of nature, and sheer relaxation.
Hansen Guest Ranch is situated in the heart of scenic Swan Valley and sits on 17.5 acres along the banks of Rainey Creek. If you are searching for a relaxing retreat or an expedition filled with adventure, this Western-style bed and breakfast offers you comfort and convenience all year long.
The farm had been offering wellness sessions with horses since 2010, when it first opened, but during her visit to the Netherlands, Vullers said she began hearing about the health benefits and stress relief that came with cuddling cows.
Location: New MexicoPrice: $18.5 millionProperty size: 5,238 acresActor Val Kilmer once operated the 7 bedroom, 8.5 bath Pecos River Ranch as a bed and breakfast. True to the name, it has six miles of frontage on the Pecos River. The year 2009 brought some tax troubles for Kilmer, when $538,858 in unpaid back taxes resulted in a lein on the property. The ranch went on the market that same year, and it finally sold in early 2011, at a drastic reduction from the original $33 million asking price. The Zillow.com blog noted that Kilmer has a reputation as a difficult neighbor, after he complained about them in several magazine interviews.
As we lope through the empty field below our cabin retracing and expanding on the route I see the horses take each morning, I am nothing more than a smile with legs. Dudley seems to love this too. His strides elongate, his head and tail held high, and I lean forward as we race across the earth subtly encouraging his spiritedness. We are joy manifested in movement, sunshine on our skin with nothing but space and sky ahead of us.
Every sunrise and sunset the horses run to and from the stables, the sound of their hooves like chapters in my mind demarcating the story of our weekend. On our last day, I smile when I watch them because I, too have galloped that route, hair streaming wild in the wind. As we drive down the dusty gravel road back to reality I replace the home screen of my phone and computer with images from our trip; small reminders of unbroken landscapes, the first string beans of the season, soft sheets, and the sound of running wholeheartedly towards whatever work the day brings.
The all-inclusive ranch package includes snacks and meals, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Guests receive cooked to order breakfasts, with lunch and dinner plated and served cafeteria style. Our weather was wonderful during the June visit, allowing guests to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner outside on the deck with a view of the horse pasture.
Perfect for a romantic getaway to the mountains, the Wild Horse Inn is an intimate bed and breakfast lodge nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. The handcrafted lodge was constructed from 400-year-old logs and moss-covered rocks.
The main house of Copper Whale Inn Bed & Breakfast in Anchorage, Alaska, is one of the few structures that survived the great 1964 Anchorage earthquake. It has 15 guest rooms with views of the Cook Inlet. Enjoy breakfast in the cozy living room, which features a stone fireplace. The 11-mile Coastal Trail is only a block away, and restaurants, museums, and shopping are within walking distance.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Schenck Mansion in Vevay, Indiana (60 miles west of Cincinnati), welcomes each guest with fresh-baked cookies. The Midwest hospitality continues throughout the Second Empire-style mansion, built in 1874, with gourmet breakfasts each morning and complimentary beverages available on each floor. Luxurious guest rooms feature Gilchrist & Soames bath products and plush robes, and some have claw-foot soaking tubs.
A gorgeous Antebellum mansion houses Linden Antebellum Bed & Breakfast in Natchez, Mississippi. Guests feast on a full Southern breakfast in the formal dining room and enjoy Southern hospitality throughout their stay in the mansion, which dates back to 1785. Once owned by Thomas Buck Reed, the attorney general of Mississippi in 1818, the frontispiece he added to the doorway is said to be the inspiration for the front door of the Tara plantation in Gone With the Wind.
Far from the bright lights of the Las Vegas strip, Miles End Lodge Bed and Breakfast in rural central Nevada is filled with Old West charm. Surrounded by majestic mountains, each of the four cabins includes a full breakfast, use of a wood-fired hot tub, and access to games like shuffleboard. Nearby, adventurous guests can ride ATVs, fish, visit ghost towns, hike, mountain bike, try their hand at geocaching, and more.
Old world charm permeates the walls at Cliffside Inn, a bed and breakfast in Newport, Rhode Island. The historic property was built in 1876 and once was home to painter Beatrice Turner. The wrap-around porch is a perfect spot to watch the sunset with a glass of wine or a cup of tea. Enjoy breakfast in the grand Victorian parlor or on the veranda, weather permitting, indulging in items like fresh-baked muffins and homemade granola. Nearby, hit the historic Cliff Walk, a 3.5-mile trail overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Named among the top 12 bed and breakfast inns in America by TimeOut in 2016, McKinney Bed & Breakfast offers a modern take on the B&B experience. Each of the three dreamy guest rooms offers a relaxing experience, from The Sweet (with a four-poster bed, shiplap walls, and a reading nook) to the Latte Room (with a cast-iron vessel sink, funky glass tile shower, and a private entrance). Every morning, a tray of fresh biscotti and hot coffee are delivered to each sitting room as a prelude to a delicious full breakfast. Be sure to check out our list of the best free tourist attraction in every state.
Victorian elegance permeates Hines Mansion Bed & Breakfast, a luxury bed and breakfast in Provo, Utah. The mansion was built in 1895 and is believed to have been designed by Richard Kletting, the architect who also designed the Utah State Capitol building. While the breakfast menu is always changing, specialties include a baked egg dish and strawberry-stuffed French toast. They also serve fresh-baked cookies and popcorn in the evenings as a late-night snack. Nearby, guests can ski and snowboard in winter, or fish, ride horses, and visit area water parks during the summer.
A riding holiday in the US in the company of wranglers is a truly special experience. The wranglers are the cowboys in charge of the loose horses, they follow up the rear of these large convoys of up to 3,000 heads! This requires 10 to 15 cowboys staying in the saddle for up to 12 hours a day and regularly changing their horses, with a herd of 50 to 70 horses needed.
You can ride through towering evergreen, and along historic mining and logging trails in the Galena area. Near Redfish, you will find rides to Alice, Sawtooth, Marshall, and Hell-Roaring Lakes. There are enough trails in this area that you can take overnight and longer trips if you want. Another interesting day trip is to Pole Creek Ranger Station. Built in 1909, Ranger Bill Horton fenced off a pasture for his horses next to the station. It is a beautiful place with a corral for your horses.
Away from crowds, Grandjean is an older campground with all the character that comes with age. Campers with horses, tent and recreation vehicle enjoy this scenic campground along the Payette River. This campground also features immediate access to the Sawtooth Wilderness and a network of delightful trails. Take these trails to explore deeper into the wilderness area. 2b1af7f3a8