Full meals, please pack a small snack like a granola bar or fruit. Alcohol is not allowed due to our policy and state law. For the comfort of all guests, items prohibited include, but are not limited to, firearms, cigarettes, e-cigarettes, drones, glass containers, alcohol, coolers, professional video equipment, illegal substances, guns, weapons of any kind, or cremated remains.
If you wear eyeglasses we recommend contacts to avoid your eyes from becoming irritated from dust or dirt. If you book our horseback tour we recommend you wear long pants, no sandals, & a hat for the sun. Backpack or purse is acceptable, something compact that can fit in your lap or wear over your back. Stay refreshed, bring water and protect yourself from the sun by packing a bottle of sunscreen. Lastly, snacks are acceptable, remember not to litter.
No, our minimum age for vehicle tours is 3 years old because it’s important that children are more developed with fine motor skills. For horseback our minimum age is 8 years old because children start learning how to ride around that age. It’s not safe for pregnant women because the routes are bumpy, and it’s off-road so the rides are not smooth. It’s not safe and recommended for a pregnant women to participate on our horseback tours either.