- Fun on Four Legs
Riding a horse in Saskatchewan is not some tourist gimmick – it’s a way of life. Experienced outfitters will set you up and guide you along scenic backcountry settings, over grass-covered hills and through lush boreal forests.
Parks Offering Guided Horseback Riding Experiences
Madge Lake Stables: Offering trail rides along the 72 km of beautiful scenic trails through the Duck Mountain hills. Horses for all levels of riding skill available, from beginner to experienced. Madge Lake stables offers choice of horse, pony or overnight rides. Wagon rides available upon request. Open May Long weekend to Labour Day.
Cypress Hills Riding Academy: The academy offers guided horseback tours of the backcountry trails in the Cypress Hills. Trail rides take place every hour and 15 minutes. Pony rides dependent on availability. Groups please book in advance. Open May Long weekend to Labour Day.
Free-range riding is permitted in the West Block, ideal for riders interested in exploring provincial parks with their horses. Free-range riding allows horses on the trails in these areas of the park.
Kenosee Lake Riding Academy: Offering one-hour, guided trail rides through the forest along the shores of Little Kenosee Lake. Several departure times available; reservations are recommended. For young children, pony rides around the corral (you lead horse) are an option. Open June 15 to Labour Day.
||Free-range riding is permitted in the south side of the park, ideal for riders interested in exploring provincial parks with their horses. Free-range riding allows horses on the trails in these areas of the park.