- $59 for a three-hour horseback trail ride with full meal (a $170 value)<p>
Kalos Farms can handle riders of any ability level, which means their three-hour trail ride is fit for experienced riders and novices alike. Riders enjoy the forested trails, trickling creeks, and peaceful ponds, and stop at a pond-side pavilion for a hearty meal of smoked brisket and steak before returning to the farm.<p>
To refer to Kalos Farms simply as a farm belies its true nature. Sure, there are horses, and the staff sells its own grass-fed beef and lamb meat, but Kalos's countryside acres also offer cabins for lodging and trail rides that snake through more than 250 acres of wooded paths. While staying in one of the facility's three cabins––replete with private baths and cedar furniture––guests scope deer, bobcats, and wild hogs out on the trails or stop by the pavilion for dinner and wine. As the trip winds down, visitors bring home a memento of the farm by purchasing some grass-fed texas-longhorn beef or photocopying the guestbook.