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Circle B Ranch is a family owned and operated ranch offering scenic trail rides, carriage rides, and sleigh rides. Enjoy unparalleled Adirondack views with your experienced guide - there are even pony rides for the little ones.

A Family Owned Adirondack Ranch

The Boggia family has been making dreams come true at Circle B Ranch since 1961. Their goal for over 60 years has been to provide a place where people of all ages can have the horseback riding experience they've always dreamed of. At Circle B Ranch, you don't just ride horses, you experience them.

Circle B Ranch is set on over 500 acres of trails, forests, and wide fields with spectacular mountain views. Whether it's on horseback or a horse-drawn ride, you will experience the very essence of the Adirondacks.

Winter Sleigh Rides

In the winter, you can experience the beauty of Circle B Ranch and the Adirondacks through their memorable sleigh rides. Group sleigh rides and private sleigh rides are available, so come with the family, your friends, or your significant other. Just imagine dashing through the snow with the ranch's team of horses.

Trail Rides & Carriage Rides for the Family

Circle B Ranch offers trail rides with experienced guides who know how to skillfully pair up the right horse with the right rider. With detailed instructions and personal guidance before each ride, you'll be prepared and confident before heading out on the trail.

Their new and improved trails include The Beaver Dam Trail & The two-hour Mountain & Valley Trail. For your convenience, you can easily book your ride on their website anytime. Horseback riding at Circle B Ranch brings everyone back year after year.

Or, opt for a private carriage ride that will bring you and your group along the shores of beautiful Friends Lake.

Visit their website and find out more about Circle B Ranch!

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I arived for my ride only to be told my apointment was for friday not thursday but they could put me in a ride in in an hour. (After the ride I found an email confirming my orinal ride was scheduled for thursday) I agreed - big mistake. While waiting I noticed a horse tied away from the others that just didn't look right. It kept tremering. Sure enough I would be given " Bell " as my horse. When I raised my concerns I was told what looked like tremers was her shaking off flys. Then the fun realy began we got to a bridghe that bell refused to cross. She kept trying to turn around and go back the way we came. Each time I turned her back to the trail she would try to shake me off and eventualy started to buck. The trail guide was way ahead and I think unaware of my calling her until another rider did so. We finaly got Bell across the bridge.
Near the end of the ride there was an open field Bell refused to follow the other horses and tried going off on her own. She eventualy had to be pulled by the staff back to the stable. I forgot to mention her tendency to drop way back from the pack, so she could trot back to it. I have years of rideing experience and never experienced a horror like todays ride.

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