Take a horseback ride into Plumas County terrain that brings you to pristine lakes, trout-filled streams, towering pine forests, grassy meadows and back in history. Wranglers from numerous stables offer guided trips ranging from novice hour-long rides to overnight pack trips complete with meals. Or, if you prefer, the guides will pack you in and out on horses, leaving you to enjoy the campsite on your own. (See listings on next page.) Want to experience the Old West in comfort and style? Try a horse-drawn wagon ride that includes a barbecue dinner served outdoors. In the winter, you can sing carols and snuggle together on sleigh rides pulled by draft horses. Visitors who bring their own horses also will find miles of unfenced trails to explore, and plenty of campsites and stables to accommodate them. (See campsite info next page.) Check with the Plumas or Lassen National Forest Service offices for specific trail and campsite information.
The Patriot's Day Endurance Horseback Ride, now named the Lake Almanor Hustle takes place June 15-16, 2013, For information call (530) 284-6328.
Horseback Riding Trail Rides • Pack Trips Children’s Camps • Lessons Several rodeos provide action during the summer months including the local top rated Feather River College rodeo team.
Horseback Riding with a View Lakes Basin Recreation Area
GRAEAGLE STABLES • (530) 836-0430
Family Horseback Rides
Plumas Pines Riding Stable
REID HORSE & CATTLE CO., INC. 39 Years of Horse Adventures
On the West Shore of Lake Almanor, Chester All Summer • 7 Days a Week
530-259-5170 Reservations Recommended Call Deanna for Information
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GOLD LAKE STABLES • (530) 836-0940
2013 - 2014 PLUMAS COUNTY VISITORS GUIDE
Open June through September
Find us at: reidhorse.com The stables are operated under special use permits issued by the Plumas National Forest. We are an equal opportunity recreation services provider.
Plumas county Visitors Guide