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Mountain Trail Rides, Davis

Categories: Equestrian Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • I really appreciate smart business people. And these people are very smart. They offer clean surroundings, friendly guides, a full gift shop, a clean bathroom, and extras like a petting zoo and gemsto...  read more »
  • A little hesitant about riding horses but my husband was looking forward to the ride. He is more experienced than I, so I requested a gentle horse. The ride was fantastic, slow paced which allowed us ...  read more »
  • Milton and his staff went above and beyond to make for a great experience for our daughter who is visually impaired and also has physical disabilities. They were patient, compassionate and kind. Milto...  read more »
  • We must have caught some of the staff on a bad day. Woman inside at check-in was not friendly at all and another girl outside was clearly having a bad day. Too bad too because our group was looking forward to this the most on our summer get together with friends. The horses were great and the ride was beautiful. Gentleman picking our horses was friendly and woman riding along side us was friendly and helpful. I would still recommend this place since it is likely the staff was just wanting to get the day over with.
  • We did the Murder Mystery trail ride June 27, 2015 and it was great! We upgraded to the best seats got served dinner, which it was like u see on the movies when trail was how most ppl got around. I had prime rib with wine, all included in our price, my mom had stuffed fish both dishes were amazing portions were huge staff was great. Going back this year!
  • A fun ride! Great with first time riders! Weather was awful but didn't slow anyone down! Thanks for the experience. Agree man was a little rude but he got is through unharmed!
  • I LOVED this place! It was amazing! The man guiding our tour was very down to earth. He was very old fashioned, and answers questions. He's not rude at all, but a little on the quiet side. It was well worth every penny spent! The staff is amazing and the horses are great! Looking forward to doing this again some time!
  • Don't be fooled - the man's not rude!! I don't usually do reviews, but came across this unexpectedly doing a routine "Google" search to find the phone number. I was shocked to read about the "rude" (not!) older gentleman who treated our family so well during our recent visits! From our observation, this man (who's name I believe is Milton) was patient, pleasant and should be given an award for handling what my husband and I believed was a huge responsibility of taking care of so many newbies, like ourselves. We visited three times during our one-week stay in the area. Our kids loved it. They rode Dakota, Socks and Spirit. Back to the "rude" behavior - During one of our three visits to this establishment during our week-long stay in the area, we observed three small boys - about 4-8 years of age - running towards the horses tied at the hitching post and squealing with excitement - no adult with them. Anyways, they were whooping and yelling and flailing their arms. This older gentlemen stopped the boys by saying something like "young men, you don't want to be running behind those horses, where's your mommy?" He then stood very patiently with those young boys even though it was VERY busy, all the while asking where the family was. He stood there with them to make sure they were out of harm's way for several minutes - all the while telling them about the horse's names, why they shouldn't run, where to pet them, why not to run behind them, why the sky is blue - you name it. And these were pretty wild boys - talking at the same time - jumping up and down and shrieking. Every now and them, he would call out to those of us waiting for on the porch if they belonged to us. This went on for awhile. Finally, a young lady who had been there the entire time texting on her cell phone, looked up and realized that HER boys were down with the horses and the man. She hurriedly went to retrieve them with an attitude and started scolding the boys for running off. At that point, we saw the first and only sign of agitation from this man during our entire series of visits. He said "young lady, you might want to put that phone away and keep an eye on these young men - I'd hate to see one of them get hurt" and walked away. Several of us within earshot, said "Yes! - thank God someone told her! So, if you consider that rude, he's rude. If you want your family to be safe and enjoy a wonderful horseback ride, he's your man!
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