Spread across 17 acres, we have an assortment of spaces that serve many purposes for our animals, boarders, students, and guests. Whether you're looking for a new home for your horse, a place to learn to ride, or opportunities to connect with animals and nature, there's a place for you.
Read on for details about each of these spaces.
The main barn houses all of the horses who spend the night inside. Stalls are 12' x 12', bedded, and cleaned daily. Each of our horses in the barn is turned out into a paddock or pasture every day, except by medical restriction.
Our huge indoor arena (275' x 100') is a space for students to take lessons and boarders to play with their horses. The space can be divided into multiple smaller sections or opened up for full use of the larger area.
Some of our horses live full-time or are let out of their stalls daily into grass fields. Our fields vary, but are all medium to large in size and stay dry enough to use all year long.
These days, the only animals in this barn is our barn cat Swan and the occasional a stray chicken. This 100-year old barn was refurbished to be an incredible classroom and event space. Here, visitors can find shade in the summer and get warm in the winter while enjoying farm programs.
Our outdoor arena (200' x 100') is a year-round riding space with sand footing. Venture out on days that it's dry, or anytime, for those willing to brave the Pacific Northwest rain.
Our animal farm is group-living for our fun, friendly, eclectic herd of farm animals. The chickens, llamas, alpacas, sheep, and goats spend their nights behind predator-proof fencing and their days all together roaming the large shared pasture.
Most of our horses either live full-time in large gravel paddocks with sheds or are let out of their stalls daily into gravel turnouts. The gravel keeps our paddocks drier and prevents mud during the long Washington rainy season.