Horse-Drawn Sleigh or Wagon Ride with S'mores and Hot Cocoa for Two or Four at Cornerstone Ranch (Up to 54% Off)

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In a Nutshell

While warming up with s'mores and cocoa, explore the wintry landscape in a sleigh or wagon drawn by a majestic pair of black percheron mares

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 10 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. 48-hour cancellation notice or fee up to the amount of Groupon price. Subject to weather conditions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $24 for a horse-drawn sleigh ride for two (a $48 value)
  • $44 for a horse-drawn sleigh ride for four (a $96 value)

During each ride, a pair of black percherons draws either a sleigh or wagon through the farm, depending on snow conditions. Regardless of the weather, rides include s'mores and hot chocolate, and children younger than 4 may ride on their parents' laps for free. Rides are available from January through June; click here to see available reservation times.

Cornerstone Ranch

Situated on 24 acres of woods and meadows in central Massachusetts, Cornerstone Ranch allows riders to savor New England's breathtaking foliage year-round with lessons, camps, and rides through scenic terrain. Owner Sue Connell and her family prep their fleet of horses with exhaustive training and pesticide-free fly-control practices, making the steeds even safer to ride than Smokey the Bear. Sue steers horse-drawn sleighs during winter months and gangs astride steeds during warmer weather, leading fellow riders through a labyrinth of woodsy trails. She and an equally experienced instructor helm riding lessons for all levels year-round and fold the same principles into weeklong summer camps. The camps cater to beginner and advanced equestrians alike, teaching kids how to catch, lead, tie up, groom, and outfit horses with bridles and saddles before mounting and riding them into kid-sized sunsets. Daily schedules consist of two rides, including group excursions and trail jaunts. At week's end, equestrians flaunt their new skills at a horse show for friends and parents.

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