BALDWIN,ONTARIA L0E 1L0
Brian Roworth & Dayna Hale
#6674 Smith Blvd.
Directions: South end of Lake Simcoe. ~From Toronto: North Hwy 404 to Newmarket Exit at Davis Dr. East to Hwy 48 North (approx. 20 min.) to Baldwin. Turn East on Smith Blvd. #6674 PH: 905-722-7440
Facilities: Free Cowboy Camping for all event dates. Beautiful property to relax and trail ride.
New Events added this year. Dog Events at the Ranch Herding both Cattle and Sheep. Lessons available with qualified teachers, trials on site. Arena time always available.Bale N’ Breakfast for both Horse and Hounds. Owners and Handlers always welcome. Drop by and see us, the coffee is always on !
Farrier on site, equine dentist on staff & vet available on call. 1 mile to Lake Simcoe. Swimming, fishing, boating. Cottage or motel rentals close to ranch. Trail riding, tack/feed store close by. Historic site (homestead of writer Stephen Leacock. Info pkgs. avl. on request.
Colonial Equestrian Centre
Mrs. T. Ashton
3706 Rundle Road, RR#3 (L1C 3K4)
Directions: Located close to Hwy 2 & Hwy 401.
Facilities: 55 indoor 10′ x 12′ stalls, pasture/turnout, 60′ x 120′ indoor arena w/ heated viewing lounge, 3 large barns, 12 large paddocks, heated tack room, feed/hay, trailer parking. 27 acres for riding. $25 per/night. Motels within 4 km of Centre.
HEARST, ONTARIO CANADA POL 1N0
Second Chance Ranch
Denis & Marlene Habel
908 Hwy 11 North
Directions: Located 6 miles east of town of Hearst on the TransCanada Hwy 11 North. Middle point between Toronto and Winnipeg.
Facilities: 3 box stalls, 8 standing stalls, round pen, dogs accepted on premises.
PORTLAND , ONTARIO
Box Arrow Farm
Ruth Godwin or Shirley Prosser
Cove Rd, Big Rideau Lake (K0G 1 V0)
Ph; 613-272-2882 or (summer) 613-272-2509
Directions: If you are coming from Kingston, turn on Hwy 15. From Montreal, turn on Hwy 32. It runs into Hwy 15.
Facilities: 60 indoor 12′ x 12′ stalls, 6 paddocks, hay/no feed, trailer parking. Call for reserv. $25/per night.
ORONO, ONTARIO, LOB 1MO
3862 Wilcox Road
Ph: 905 983-5668
Facilty: 100 acre farm located inside Ganaraska Forest northeast of Toronto; 5 large secure box stalls
available and or round pen or cedar rail fenced paddock. Your horse will be safe and secure and segregated from other horses. Private farm, not a boarding facility
Directions: Located 20 minutes north of Hwy 401 east of Oshawa; 3 minutes off Hwy 115; $25 per horse per night. Call for directions because we are located inside a conservation area, GPS is not reliable.
ST.ALBERT, ONTARIO, KOA 3C0
Double HH Boarding Stables Rose Homier
2133 Route 600 West
Directions: From Ottawa: Approx 20 min east of Ottawa. Take 417 East bound. Get off at the Limoge/St-Albert Exit. Turn right towards St-Albert. Pass Petero Canada Station first stop. Go over small bridge. First paved road on left is Route 600 West. You will see an apartment building and a brown warehouse across the street. White house on right side with brown fencing. Approx. 7 minutes from 417. Same from Montreal west bound to Ottawa. Approx 2.5 hrs. Exit Limoge
Facilities: 12×12 stalls, 12×20 broodmare stall, 60×100 sand ring, daily turnout. Large tack room. Board incl. feed/bedding/turnout. Trainer on site.
B $200 per month. Weekly,bi-weekly, daily rates also available.
Horse Country Campground
503 Rafting Road
Directions: GPS address: 503 Rafting Rd., Foresters Falls, Ontario K0J 1V0
From Toronto: Travel east on Highway 401 to Napanee, and follow Highway 41 North to Eganville.In Eganville, turn right at the traffic light and follow Highway 60 onto County Road 8 to Cobden.
Turn right on Highway 17, then turn left on County Road 7, and follow the signs through Foresters Falls to Wilderness Tours Outdoor Resort.
> From Ottawa: Travel west via Highway 417 to Arnprior. Highway 417 turns into Highway 17.Continue to just before Cobden, turn right onto County Road 7 and follow the signs through
Foresters Falls to Wilderness Tours Outdoor Resort. Allow 90 minutes from downtown and one hour from Kanata.
> From Algonquin Park: Wilderness Tours is just 90 minutes from the East Gate of Algonquin Park.Travel through Barry’s Bay, Eganville, Cobden and follow the signs to Wilderness Tours Resort.
Facilities: Horse Country Campground is a horse-friendly camping and vacation destination located in the beautiful Ottawa Valley region of Eastern Ontario, Canada.
We are located at Wilderness Tours Resort, home to Canada’s premier whitewater rafting adventures approximately a one hour drive from Ottawa. Our campground includes access to over 30 kilometers of diverse trails, and cowboy challenge obstacle course and features including corrals, recreation area and ample parking. While at Horse Country our campers also gain access to Rafter’s Restaurant and resort amenities including showers, beachfront, pool and hot tub.
In addition to camping and outdoor adventures with your horse, we also host a number of clinics and equine events and have special weekend vacation and group packages to choose from. Visit our website today to plan your horse camping dream vacation!