Mounted police opt for equine transportation so they don’t have to deal with the squad car’s wailing thirst for gas and justice. Avoid similar automotive appetites with today’s Groupon at Hidden Haven Farms in Jamul. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a 90-minute horseback ride for two (a $60 value).
- For $75, you get a field trip to the farm for up to 10 (a $150 value).<p>
Hidden Haven Farms maintains the camaraderie of Old West lifestyle through relaxing horseback rides and educational field trips in a tranquil setting far from metropolitan stressors. Travelling in groups of four, serene jaunts atop equestrian counterparts circumnavigate the farm’s rolling countryside and ranch layout to take in sights and look out for time-traveling rustlers trying to take livestock back to the 1860s. Each horseback adventure lasts approximately 90 minutes and requires jockeys to don a farm-provided helmet and closed-toed shoes.
Hidden Haven visitors can also pursue an education in farm living on field trips spent visiting a variety of the farm’s animals as they complete everyday tasks such as being milked or redecorating their stable. A gallery of guests will master the process of shearing a sheep, watch bee pollination, and witness the first seconds of new life at a live egg hatching. Horses model student-attached saddles and optional sets of subwoofers before trotting field trippers around the farm, and guides stress the importance of maintaining a healthy connection and respect for all four-legged comrades throughout the experience.
Hidden Haven Farms
A family-owned-and-operated farm nestled in the hills of Jamul, Hidden Haven Farms maintains the camaraderie of the Old West lifestyle through educational field trips. In its tranquil setting far from metropolitan stressors, the farm's owners lead visitors along serene jaunts, meandering through the farm’s rolling countryside and ranch layout to take in sites and look out for time-traveling rustlers trying to take livestock back to the 1860s.
Hidden Haven's pastures also provide a space for outdoor education, as the family welcomes visitors for field trips, home-school programs, summer camp, and birthday parties. During these visits, guests can master the process of shearing a sheep, watch bee pollination, and witness the first seconds of new life at a live egg hatching. Throughout the experience, guides stress the importance of maintaining a healthy connection and respect for all four-legged comrades.
18540 W Boundary Truck Tr.
Jamul, California 91935