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Wagon Rides

Pioneer Days of Covered Wagons

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Prairie Schooners not “Glamping” The image of early pioneers settling to sleep each night, safely tucked into beds inside their respective covered wagon is not accurate! The wagons measured in at only about four feet wide and eight or nine feet long. The entire wagon was narrower than a full-size bed and only slightly longer….

Thanks for visiting: Boston area Seventh Day Adventist Church

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Thank you Ildo and everyone who visited the Ranch Oct 2019 from the Boston Area Seventh Day Adventist Church. It was fun taking such a wonderful group on a horse drawn wagon ride, trail ride and a pony ride! Thank you for bringing your joy and singing at the campfire. It made our day! Thank…

View the Cornerstone Ranch downloadable Riding Options Brochure

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Thank you for your kind email Kristen, a recent rider…

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Hi, Just wanted to let you know what a fabulous time my mother and I had at your ranch last week! We had a carriage ride with Sue, who is just fantastic!!! We were talking about it a few days ago and thought since you folks have so much land, maybe in the future you…

Gift Certificates

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Thinking of purchasing a Gift Certificate? Here are some tips! Will there be snow? We are wondering this too! Since many families come to Cornerstone Ranch year after year regardless of snow/no snow, group sleigh rides will be on the schedule with or without snow. The private, more expensive rides will open up in the…

Trail Riding Weather Means Time to Book Your Rides.

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At last, we welcome the spring weather once again! The frogs are croaking, the owls hooting and it’s time to think about trail riding. Our weekends sellout so consider booking during the week, or make sure you book ahead of time for weekend riding.