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Baldwin Lake Stables

Baldwin Lake Stables Baldwin Lake Stables
- Great temperament horses that leave on guided tours hourly.
- Pony Rides and Petting Zoo for the younger crowd
- Great Prices w/ Many rides available every day year round.
- The perfect horse for the perfect rider small or large

Operating as usual

06/24/2013

Summer started just 2 days ago and nothing says summer like horse back riding. Come on out and enjoy some fun in the sun on horseback. Our 1 hour trails are great for a quick get away while our longer rides offer an array of beautiful scenes. The warm summer air makes our sunset ride the best in town. Please call for more information and to make your reservation today!

06/12/2013

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Some of the things you will see when your here.
06/03/2013

Some of the things you will see when your here.

our goats, sheep and chicken for the little ones.
06/03/2013

our goats, sheep and chicken for the little ones.

Some of our available horses.
06/03/2013

Some of our available horses.

Baldwin Lake Stables's cover photo
06/03/2013

Baldwin Lake Stables's cover photo

Address

46475 Pioneer Town Rd
Big Bear City, CA
92314

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 6pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 6pm
Sunday 9am - 6pm

Telephone

(909) 585-6482

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Thank you for such a wonderful ride this weekend. ❤
🐴Take a scenic horseback tour with Baldwin Lake Stables or take the littles to discover farm animals in their Petting Zoo! 🐷 Reservations can be made at 909-585-6482 and additional info can be found at www.baldwinlakestables.com.
Did you know equestrians have the right of way on the trail, before cyclists and pedestrians. According to another article we will post, "as you encounter a horse, position yourself downhill and be friendly with the rider. Step off the path on the downhill side because horses who bolt on the trail have a tendency to bolt uphill." In case you didn't know, we have a vibrant and thriving equestrian community here in Big Bear. Between Los Vaqueros de Las Montanas, Baldwin Lake Stables, Shay Meadow Ranch Bear Valley Farms and others there is a wealth of resources on horseback riding in the valley.
Mr. Big and Iceman enjoying the day in the snow!