// New times added monthly based on weather //
Ages 8 + up
Max group of 6
40 minute experience
280lbs weight limit
Walking ride only
Ready. Set. GLOW!
Satisfy that craving for fantasy as you ride on glowing horses and soak up the colorful lights shining off the landscape of our tranquil nighttime trails.🤩 These one-of-a-kind rides are an absolute must do for the horse enthusiast's bucket list.
We update the glow ride calendar monthly based on the weather. Be notified when new times become available to book by following us on Facebook or subscribing to our mailing list
There are two types of Glow in the Dark Rides available:
Twilight Ride (ages 8+) ride out as the sun goes down! 🤩
Dark Ride (ages 12+) dare to ride into the darkness? 🤠
NOTE: These rides can be more challenging than our normal private day rides. Each rider must be able to steer their own horse on the trails without additional assistance.
Due to limited spaces, these rides will take place in a group setting with mixed parties.
Not seeing a space that works for you and your group?
Book a private ride for a group of up to 6 for just $250! Available on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. A great option for birthdays, friend outings, or a unique family adventure.
To book the private option, text (616) 422-8200!
Please Be Kind
Our horses are rescues! ❤️ Please be gentle and kind as they have graciously allowed us to ride them.
Tip your guide
Our guides work very hard to make your horse experience safe and enjoyable.
Please consider letting them know that you appreciate it! ❤️
Helmets are always recommended. Bring your own helmet or rent one of our sanitized, ASTM/SEI certified equine helmets on site.
Our horses are very gentle and our guides are focused on the safety of your group. We match you with the right horse based on your riding experience.
All of our experiences must be booked in advanced. Our calendar fills quickly, so be sure to plan ahead!
Under the Michigan Equine Activity Liability Act, an equine professional is not liable for any injury to or death of a participant in an equine activity resulting from an inherent risk of the equine activity (PA 351 of 1994).