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My husband and I were interested in the Moonville Tunnel trail, a 2 hour ride, even though we are considered beginner riders. Our guide Josh was fabulous--so knowledgeable about the trails, the plants, the history-as well as a great sense of humor. Everyone was helpful...More
Two of us went out with Josh for a one hour ride. Absolutely beautiful trails. Horses were perfect for us! We had not ridden horses since we were kids. Josh was amazing. Loved talking to him and he loves those horses! Thank you Josh!
Horse back riding through the Zaleski State Forest was the highlight of our trip to the area this year. The guides were amazing, The horses were well trained and we loved every minute of the ride! Can not wait to go back and do it...More
On Sunday Oct 16th, we booked a 1-hr horseback ride at Uncle Buck's Riding Stable. Our reservation did not include an advance booking. Rather we were staying overnight in the Hocking Hills region and decided to contact Uncle Buck's Riding Stable the morning of our...More
My husband and I were here on September 16th. It was our first time riding a horse but decided to do the moonville tour(2.5 hours) anyway and are very happy we did. Jess was inside and gave us the paperwork. She was very friendly and...More
Uncle Buck's is a great horseback riding company. My girls, ages 9& 13, had never ridden horses before, and the 1 hour ride was perfect. Our guide Josh was friendly and told the group how to hold on each time we came to an up-...More
This is the second time I've been to Uncle Bucks. It is very close to Lake Hope state park, which is where we stayed. The horses are very calm and the whole atmosphere is very laid back :) If you want to a relaxing ride...More
We booked a 2hr ride here whilst staying in hocking hills and found it to be quite a drive from our cabin, almost 1 hour! the price for 2hrs was 65 dollars which I found to be rather expensive but the ride through the woods...More
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I would recommend anything not open-toe. Tennis shoes or boots would probably be best. The grounds around the barn were a little muddy, and you need to be able to put your foot in the stir-ups; which is why I wouldn't... More
I would recommend anything not open-toe. Tennis shoes or boots would probably be best. The grounds around the barn were a little muddy, and you need to be able to put your foot in the stir-ups; which is why I wouldn't recommend flip-flops or anything that could potentially slide off.