Vacation with Your Horse
Enjoy Jugtown Forest’s awesome sandy footing and 100’s of miles of local trails to hill top views and local restaurants. Stay in your trailer, rent room or a camper on the farm!
Sleigh Rides and Christmas Wagon Rides
Sleigh rides are on for the winter of 2020 and 2021. All we need now is snow! Read the rescheduling information carefully before reserving to help manage your expectations. Gift certificates are also available.
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Local Wildlife Besides your horse’s ears and another horse’s bum….you will see everything you can think of in Maine’s natural environment. Our trails are mostly on Leach Hill with a great view of Mt. Washington at times. We have seen moose, deer, coyote, pilliated woodpeckers, porcupines, skunks, woodchucks, wild turkey, bobolinks, bald eagles, hawks, killdeer, […]
Straight Line is Safe Some customers ask why they have to ride in a straight line. Its a four part answer. We are encumbered by many insurance requirements but most of all we have to make our own rules to reduce our liability and keep our customers and horses safe. Riding in a straight line […]
We offer more ride types than any other venue in New England. With that, we have to be very careful and keep our safety standards high so we don’t have accidents that result in injuries. The Guides Discretion means that the guide is trained to not only judge your history in riding but also the […]
2 Hours ~ weekdays $350/couple $125 each additional rider
Enjoy the wonderful Jugtown Forest on horseback. This ride is appropriate for beginners and intermediate riders but due to some technical skills needed on this trail children under 12 must have regular experience such as owning their own horse, regular lessons or a show history. All riders will have to show some proficiency at holding the reins, mounting and steering the horse within the first few minutes of the ride or we reserve the right to change it to a one hour during the ride. Please remember that our weight limit on this ride is 220 beginning November 1, 2020 This ride includes narrow trails, steep hills and water crossings.
A $50 deposit or the entire amount must be made at the time of the reservation, the remainder to be paid in cash on the day of the ride.
If you enjoyed your ride, Please tip your guide and Write a Review!
This one hour Sunset ride guarantees that it’s just your party and the guide. You can use this ride to propose or celebrate a special event such as an anniversary. The guide will take pictures along the ride so you will have a keepsake.
This past weekend in October 3 of us girls brought our horses to CHF and had 3 days of great riding and very good trails. The horses were comfortable and safe in paddocks and with shelter if needed. We enjoyed riding on the sandy trails. We appreciated Tiffany hospitality. LSM
“Great trail ride ” Reviewed May 23, 2016 My wife has only ridden horses a couple times but I wanted to surprise her with this little excursion. Stephanie was our guide and kept everything about the horses very simple and relaxed. We weaved in and out of multiple fields, pastures and other wooded areas for […]
Traveller In 2004 I bought a load of horses out of Canada to train and resell. Among them was a Clydesdale cross from Newfoundland. I had bought many of these crosses from the island because they were stocky, talented, well-trained and had great minds. There was only one Clydesdale stallion for as long as […]
May 21st 2017 is Rockette’s 28th birthday. She is the only member of our trail ride program that is registered. Her full name is Swinging Rockette and she was registered with the Appaloosa Horse Club I found her while looking at a “trail gelding” that was not appropriate. Her price was much too high for […]
Meeting the Chubby Bottom Boys After three years of looking for a reliable team of small drafts I decided to consider a team of Haflingers or Norwegian Fjords for our wagon, carriage and sleigh rides. After several visits and perusing many ads I found a post on Facebook about a pair of stout brothers that […]