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Horseback Riding Near Grand Rapids, MN???

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Can anyone recommend a place to go horseback riding near Grand Rapids, MN? My wife used to have a horse but sold it when she went to college. I'd love to be able to surprise her with a ride through the woods when we're on vacation the first week of August. Thanks!

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My sister use to go to K&K Stables, up by Wabana Lake. This was about 15 years ago, but I'd assume they're still open

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K & K is closed, and for sale. I live in the Grand Rapids area and have two horses....if you are interested I could take her. I don't know of ANY place in this area that you can ride at...I will do some checking with horse pals and get back to you. Good luck and what a sweet thing for you to do for her! smile

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i can't remember the name exactly i think it's wildwood stables in hill city, all i remember is seeing the ad in the paper i hour for 25 bucks, i'm pretty sure they are right on 169 a couple miles south of hill city good luck

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We ended up going with Wildwood Stables and had a great time. I'd highly recommend to anyone that is looking to ride horses near Grand Rapids. We'll definitely be back in the fall for the fall leaves sightseeing rides.

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