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As horses frolic in the open air and nuzzle each other in the fields, Denise Berry-Hanna draws upon master-trainer certification from the Certified Horsemanship Association to oversee a skilled team of instructors. Pupils of all ages learn about English–style riding with an emphasis on safety. Students ride year-round in an indoor arena or on an outdoor riding arena with sand and limestone footing. Trainers focus on English–style riding; the farm also has a large dressage arena, a cross-country field, and a stadium jumping area for advanced riders. A summer camp for kids aged 6–15 gives youngsters a warm-weather activity other than taking No Running signs to the Supreme Court, and horses board at the farm in warm, hay-filled stalls or on the rolling meadows.

27712 S Klemme Rd
Crete,
IL
US

Youngsters clamor over air-filled merry-go-rounds, obstacle courses, and slides inside FunFlatables' indoor play arenas. Dyer's 12,00-square-foot facility houses giant aquariums, pirate ships, and 19-foot slides. Each bounce facility keeps toddlers from getting underfoot in dedicated Totland play spaces, complete with musical toys, miniature slides, and foam-covered floors.

2982 E 181st Ave
Hebron,
IN
US

Forest View Farms beckons to horse enthusiasts with the rustic charm of wooded riding trails and stables full of friendly equines. Cozy accommodations and turn-out services keep the horses comfy and exercised, and heated training facilities ensure year-round instruction without the need to shove horses into ill-fitting winter pea coats. Guides regularly shepherd visitors and their mounts through the forested paths. During the summer and autumn months, horse shows see riders and steeds displaying inspiring feats of courage, poise, and comedy double acts.

11750 West 117th Avenue
Cedar Lake,
IN
US

Cedar Lake Scene