If you want to experience all the fun and excitement of a day at Splendor Farms without staying overnight, then our “Spend the Day” package is for you! Our most popular package, it includes a full day’s worth of outdoor activities, including horseback/trail riding, swimming, fishing, lawn games, and visits to our petting farm.
Current Availability: Advanced reservations are required. Up to six guests per reservation. “Spend the Day” guests should plan on arriving at around 9:30 am, to begin their farm visit (ride times vary) and can stay until 3-4 p.m. Now available every day of the week!
“Spend The Day” package rates include tax. Gratuity for our staff is welcome, but not mandatory.
Please note: our farm is closed on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Winter (December 1st – February 28th):
$80 per adult (ages 12 and over)
$50 per child (ages 5-11)
$20 per young child (under 5)
Spring/Summer/Fall (March 1st – November 30th):
$100 per adult (ages 12 and over)
$75 per child (ages 5-11)
$30 per young child (under 5)
Horseback/Trail Riding: Ride our horses at our stables, down gravel roads, through woods, fields, and old creek beds, and around lakes and sandy beaches. Riders age 7 and up are welcome on our trails. For young children (ages 3 to 6) we offer horseback rides inside our arena.
Fishing: We have stocked fishing ponds and we provide cane poles and bait to use. You are welcome to bring your rod & reels but remember it is “Catch & Release” only!
Lawn Games: Play fun backyard games including volleyball, badminton, bocce, and horseshoes!
Swimming: Swim in our saltwater swimming pool (weather permitting) and 8 person hot tub/spa (winter season only)! You can also relax, read, and lounge by the pool. Don’t forget to bring your bathing suit!
Watching & Playing with Animals: Visit our Petting Farm and we’ll provide you with feed to give the animals. We have a show kennel of dachshunds, cats, chickens (look for eggs!), goats, pigs, burrows, horses and more! If you love animals, you’ll love Splendor Farms
You can also relax and enjoy a nap in a hammock, go for a hike on our trails, and during the growing season you can pick veggies from the garden or help plant and harvest depending on the time of year. Check with us to see what’s growing!
Be sure to pack a picnic lunch to have by the stables pavilion before or after your trail ride.
Typical “Spend the Day” Itinerary*:
9:30 a.m.: Arrival / Check-In
9:30 a.m. – Noon: Fishing / Swimming / Trail Ride / Petting Farm visit
Noon – Picnic Lunch by the stables pavilion (don’t forget to bring lunch!)
1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.: Trail Ride / Fishing / Swimming / Petting Farm visit / Lawn Games / Hiking
3:30 p.m.: Departure
* Your exact itinerary may depend on several factors, including your preferred activities, the weather, and the day of the week. Only one trail ride is provided per visit, either in the early morning or early afternoon.
This is a must-read as you agree to these terms when you register
We strive to run safe trips. All guests should realize the inherent dangers in horseback riding and other outdoor activities.
They should be in good physical condition. Each guest will be required to sign an “Agreement to Participate and An Affirmation of Risk” (see waiver form below). Guests under the age of eighteen will need a parent’s signature on the agreement. Only parents and legal guardians can sign these forms. If you are bringing your kid’s friends, these forms can be downloaded from our website in advance of your stay/ride so their parent/guardian can sign the waiver and date it the day(s) they will be here.
Pregnant riders must have signed authorization from your OB-GYN stating you are able to ride and the date you are going to ride. If you do not have a written “okay from your doctor” we CANNOT let you ride.
We ride Western. All of the rides are guided. We do not allow double riding. Children must wear helmets, which we provide. Riders with no experience are welcome!
Please Note: Persons over 250 pounds are not able to be adequately accommodated due to saddle size, their comfort, and the comfort of our horses. We hope you understand that for the safety, comfort, and well being of everyone involved that we cannot allow persons over 250 pounds to ride with us.