Horseback Riding

Price County offers many opportunities for the horseback riding enthusiast who likes to travel with their horse. There are several trails to choose from with a variety of settings and opportunities for either a short ride or lengthier trip with an overnight stop. Many of the trails are multiple-use trails which allow motorized vehicles, while some are strictly non-motorized.

Lessons
If you don’t own a horse, Ranch of Rescued Hope located in Phillips offers a unique experience that is great for beginners or people new to horseback riding including lessons on horse care, riding English or Western, jumping and vaulting. They also offer family or group packages for birthdays and other occasions. Please call at 715-339-2819 or 715-820-2813, or send them an email.

Trail Rides
If you are interested in taking a trail ride, riding stables are located near Minocqua and Hayward, approximately 1 to 1-1/2 hours away.

The Northwoods Equestrian Trail Riders club organizes rides and activities. For more information, contact Cindy at 715-339-4539,  Del at 715-339-4804.

Horseback Trails

Additional Trails
  • Palmquist Farm – Located in Brantwood. The trail is open to non-motorized use only. The farm has indoor stalls and an outdoor corral and offers lodging  for riders. Fee required. 
  • Pine Line / Price-Taylor Rail Trail - Located just south of Prentice. The trail is open to non-motorized use only from April 1 – mid-December and is shared with snowmobiles, ATVs and UTS from mid-December – March 31. Equestrian-friendly camping is available a short distance off the trail in Ogema at Pioneer Park.
  • Tuscobia State Trail – Located west of Park Falls. The Price County section is shared with ATVs and UTVs from April 16 – November 15 and snowmobile use from mid-December through March 31.
If you are looking for more info please consult our horse trail contacts.

Holy Cross Trail