Have a Worry-Free Experience Horseback Riding in Pigeon Forge with Five Oaks

Have a Worry-Free Experience Horseback Riding in Pigeon Forge with Five Oaks

Posted by in Pigeon Forge Stables Blog | January 20, 2014
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woman and child horseback riding togetherDon’t let a lack of confidence keep you from having fun while horseback riding in Pigeon Forge. Whether a first-time rider or just out of practice, confidence in yourself and the horse will make the trip easier for both of you. As a proper riding facility with experienced guides, Five Oaks makes sure each rider is completely safe and has no reason to worry.

We have 60 horses on site, and we make sure each one is well taken care of and healthy. Each ride they participate in takes only about an hour. This prevents new riders from becoming sore and rests each horse between trips.

We match each individual up with a horse according to experience, so your worries can be left behind as you enter our stables. Our guides ride along the entire time your family is horseback riding in Pigeon Forge, so, if you have any concerns, they’ll be there every minute. They also spend much of the time pointing out beautiful streams and  of the area you might miss while on the trails.

When you’re ready to get away from the noise and rush of the city, Five Oaks invites you and your family to a gentle horseback ride past streams and gorgeous views of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. While you’re visiting, also be sure to visit the Adventure Park Zip Lines. By combining the zip lines and horseback riding in Pigeon Forge, your family can spend a full day having fun in the great outdoors of the Smokies.

For a worry-free and enjoyable mountain trail experience, Five Oaks Riding Stables’ offers the best horseback riding in Pigeon Forge. Explore the beauty of our 70-acre nature park yourself by calling us at (888) 353-4986 or reserving your spot on our Reservations page. See the mountains up close the next time you’re in town, and you’ll find out just why this is one of the top things to do in the Smoky Mountains.

 

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