June 12, 2013
Martha’s Vineyard is full of beautiful winding trails, making it ideal for those who love to explore the outdoors. But why use two legs to get around, when you can use four? We’re talking legs of the equine variety. Horses are a fun and exciting way to explore the island, so why not saddle up and enjoy the ride?
At Arrowhead Farm, home to many of the Vineyard’s stoic steeds, you can take riding lessons or enjoy a relaxing pony ride. They have 36 acres of rolling hills and forests waiting to be explored.
Indian Hill Road (PO Box 102), West Tisbury, MA
Netherfield Farm North offers trails, a cross-country course and indoor/outdoor arenas. They even have a summer camp for junior riders interested in advancing their skills.
137 Old Kings Highway, Chilmark, MA
Open from Memorial Day until Columbus Day, the Esperanza Riding Company has direct access to miles of trails. Their Paso Fino horses will carry you along the streams, beaches and forests that make Martha’s Vineyard a true testament to nature’s beauty.
Esperanza Riding Company
West Tisbury, MA
If you’re feeling a little bruised after a day on the saddle, look no further than the comfort of Seastreak. The plush seating alone is enough to create the ultimate transportation experience. Have you ever taken a horseback riding lesson? Let us know on our Facebook or tweet us @SeastreakFerry!
Sea you soon,
The Seastreak Family
Filed Under: Destination Guides, Visiting Martha's Vineyard
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