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Horseback Riding in Fort Collins

Horseback Riding

With an abundance of trails leading into the backcountry, Red Feather Lakes and the Poudre Canyon are itching to have you and your four-legged friends. And if you didn't bring your own horse, there are wonderful stables in the area ready to loan you one.

Beaver Meadows Stables
100 Marmot Drive, Unit 15
(970) 232-8326

Scenic trail rides into the beautiful Roosevelt National Forest. 25 miles of trail starting at 8500ft and up. Overnight rides and dinner rides! Winter sleigh rides and horse back rides in the snow. Full service Resort Ranch with restaurant, lodge, fishing, tubing hill with lift, cross country skiing and more!

Colorado Division of Wildlife, Northeast Region
317 W. Prospect Rd
(970) 472-4300

Information on hunting, fishing, wildlife and outdoor recreation.

Fort Collins Natural Areas
PO Box 580
(970) 416-2815

Natural Areas are naturally yours! The City's Natural Areas Department manages 43 sites, 100 miles of trail and over 40,000 acres locally and regionally, so there is likely a natural area near you! You are welcome to explore and help care for these special places. Free educational activities are offered year-round too.

Larimer County Natural Resources
1800 South CR 31
(970) 679-4570
(970) 679-4574

Manages recreation at Carter Lake; Flatiron, Horsetooth, and Pinewood reservoirs; Estes Park Campgrounds at Mary’s Lake and East Portal; Big Thompson parks; Devil’s Backbone, Eagle’s Nest, Hermit Park, Horsetooth Mountain, Red Mountain, River Bluffs, and Soderberg open spaces; and others.

Terry Bison Ranch
51 I-25 Service Road East
(307) 634-4171

RV Park, Cabins, original cowboy bunkhouse, gift shop, restaurant and saloon. Guided horseback rides, motorized and train tours. Easy access off I-25 and I-80. Wi-Fi available.