Horses and humans have worked together for centuries, transporting goods, fording rivers, and sharing the blame for the fall of Troy. Bond with the noblest of creatures with today’s Groupon to Five Star Ranch in Campbellville. Choose from the following options:
- For $44, you get a one-hour trail ride for two (a $90.40 value, including tax).
- For $99, you get a Pioneer membership, which includes five one-hour trail rides (a $226 value, including tax).
- For $179, you get a Trailblazer membership, which includes ten one-hour trail rides (a $452 value, including tax).
Trail rides include the rental of approved riding helmets, and rides are offered on Sundays at the following times: * 10 a.m. * 11:30 a.m. * 1 p.m. * 2:30 p.m.
Five Star Ranch’s cadre of seasoned instructors guide saddle sitters of all abilities through a series of safe and educational riding programs atop a fleet of well-groomed [steeds](http://bitly.com/pZQhHp). Helmed by a savvy guide, a one-hour trail ride gives solo or tandem riders a chance to walk, trot, or Charleston their horses along sylvan paths at a relaxed pace. Ensembles of six or fewer pony pilots amble along tranquil routes and stockpile lungs with oxygen freshly baked by the surrounding trees. Participants hoping to take the reins must wear full-length pants and boots outfitted with a heel of at least a half-inch. Craniums and their priceless contents can be secured under riding helmets supplied by Five Star Ranch.
Five Star Ranch
The indoor arena, outdoor arena, and winding trails on Five Star Ranch's grounds resound with pounding hooves as instructor Gail Haynes and her experienced staff guide visitors during lessons, clinics, and trail rides. In a well-lit 80'x130' indoor arena, teachers imbue horseback-riding students with safety tips for horse leading and expound on tacking techniques and grooming principles, such as which horse breeds look best with a pompadour.
The Ranch's clinics cover the gamut of equine wherewithal, from basic horsemanship skills to learning how to properly conduct a horse using reins instead of a magic wand. Visitors to the ranch can also amble into the tack store for all of their equestrian needs, such as hand-picked grooming supplies from renowned brands Professionals' Choice and John Lyons.
11233 2nd Line
Campbellville, Ontario L0P 1B0