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Everything You Need to Know About Horseback Riding in Washington State

Horseback riding in Washington state is one of the best ways to experience the beauty of the natural landscape. You can choose to stay close to Seabrook and trot along the Pacific coast. Or, you can travel inland to experience trail riding through the Olympic National Forest. If you’re embarking on a family vacation, the kids will love a chance to get close to these gentle creatures. As you research horseback riding in Washington state, be sure to check out Things Do page. Get local insight on other great activities in the area! Plus, find out more about local restaurants and historic sites. Take a look at the Events page as well to plan your trip around exciting festivals and events.

Top 3 Places to go Horseback Riding in Washington State

Honey Pearl Ranch

Located off the main beach in Ocean Shores, Honey Pearl Ranch is less than 30 minutes from Seabrook. There’s no better way to enjoy the tranquil shore of the Pacific Ocean than on horseback. Experienced guides will lead you along the beach, pointing out native wildlife and providing information about the region. Open to riders of any experience level, the tours will delight the kids as they trot through the sand!

Chenois Creek Horse Rentals

Chenois Creek Horse Rentals offers one-hour guided tours along one of the best beaches in Ocean Shores, WA. With a variety of horses, the company can provide a ride for both children and adults as well as beginners and advanced riders. Rentals are $20 per hour for each horse, so feel free to explore the beach for as long as you desire. Horseback riding in Washington state is the perfect activity for family bonding. As you traverse along the coast, it’s very possible that you’ll spot whales on of their biannual migrations! Seasoned riders will guide you through the area, keeping an eye out for other native animals like seals and unique birds.

Olympic National Park

If you’re an experienced rider with your own horse, you may want to try horseback trail riding in Washington state. You have to drive about 45 minutes to the Quinault section of Olympic National Park. Luckily, you can inquire about nightly boarding with Nansea Stables in Ocean Shores. You can keep your horse in their well-maintained indoor and outdoor facility for just $18 per night. Then, you can choose to ride along the beach or trail your companion to the Olympic National Park to explore the wooded trails. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the park and check out the list of horseback riding trails.

Find the Perfect Vacation Home for Your Family

After a long day of horseback riding in Washington state, you’ll need a comfortable place to stay. Conveniently located near other area attractions, all of our properties offer luxurious amenities. Come home to the No Worries oceanfront property! This three-bedroom home can sleep up to 10 guests making it the perfect rental for a large family or a two family vacation. Enjoy gorgeous ocean views from the porch, relax in the outdoor hot tub, and rinse off from the beach in the outdoor shower. Browse a complete catalog of our available properties and start planning your trip to Seabrook today!

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