4 Ways Horseback Riding in Pigeon Forge Will Benefit Your Group

4 Ways Horseback Riding in Pigeon Forge Will Benefit Your Group

Posted by in Pigeon Forge Stables Blog | August 14, 2014
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Whether you’re on a family vacation, church retreat, or business outing, horseback riding as a group is always more fun! Here at Five Oaks Riding Stables, we invite you to grab your friends and family and hit the trails for an unforgettable day in the Smokies. Here are just four of the many benefits your group will experience horseback riding in Pigeon Forge.

(See Also: 3 Tips for Horseback Riding With Children in Pigeon Forge)

1. Team Building

Horseback riding is a great way to bring your group closer together. As you make your way through our gorgeous 70 acre nature park on horseback, you will enjoy an incredible shared experience. After your trail ride at Five Oaks, your group will feel like a genuine cowboy posse!

You can see what former guests have said about their time with us on the official Five Oaks Riding Stables TripAdvisor page.

2. More Confidence

Riding a horse for the first time can be a little intimidating. However, having your friends and family at your side will bring you lots of confidence. Learning how to sit in the saddle and hold the reins together is the best way to enjoy your first horseback riding experience.Horseback riding as a group

3.  A Sense of Accomplishment

Nothing beats the feeling of completing your first trail ride. Your group will enjoy a real sense of accomplishment at the end of their journey through the Smoky Mountains. You might even be ready for another ride through the park!

4. Priceless Memories  

Years after your afternoon of horseback riding in the Smokies, you’ll still be talking about your adventure! Groups always love to come back to show us photos from their vacation and tell us about what a great time they had at our stables.

To start planning your day of horseback riding in Pigeon Forge, visit our Smoky Mountain Horseback Riding Reservations page or give us a call at (888) 353-4986.

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