ALL OF OUR RIDES ARE ON THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD!
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WHAT TYPES OF RIDES DO YOU OFFER?
Our Most Popular Horse Tours are those hosted by a National Park Service Licensed Battlefield Guide (LBG). LBG rides are either 2 hours or 1.5 hours in duration. On these tours, a knowledgeable historian (LBG) will ride with you across the battlefield and discuss in detail the facts, strategies, and human interest stories of the Battle of Gettysburg! There will also be 1 or more Wrangler(s), equine professionals, riding with your groups. They are experienced, respectful adults to ensure you superior customer service and safety!
We also offer a “Scenic Ride” on the Gettysburg Battlefield. Scenic Rides follow the same route as our other tours however, there will not be a LBG riding with you. This is a peaceful ride that allows you to take in the sights on the legendary Gettysburg Battlefield. You will be accompanied by 1 or more Wrangler(s), equine professionals, to ensure your safety and superior customer service!
WHAT WILL I SEE ON MY RIDE?
1 ½ Hour Battlefield Ride: Guests will depart from McMillan Woods to ride behind Confederate lines past the Emanuel Pitzer Farm, where A.P. Hill headquartered. To your left, you can view the famous Virginia State Monument with the bronze sculpture of Robert E Lee by artist Frederick William Sievers. You will continue through the woods to the Spangler Farm where General George Pickett established his headquarters! As you travel south on Spangler’s lane, you reach the Emmitsburg Road. Now, you will have an expansive, panoramic view of the Confederate line including the site of Pickett’s Charge and an excellent view of Little Round Top, in the distance. * You may call the office with questions, to reserve a ride or book online now!
LBG Tour: $67.00 per rider
2 Hour Battlefield Ride: This is our Most Popular Ride! This ride continues from the site of Pickett’s Charge and crosses over the Emmitsburg Road into Union Lines. You will be able to see across the field to the Trostle Farm, headquarters of Major General Daniel Sickles, who infamously moved his Third Corps to the Emmitsburg Road on July 2, 1863. At this point you will turn around and begin your return to McMillan Woods. On your return, you will have the opportunity to see an expansive section of Battlefield from the Union soldier’s perspective. * You may call the office with questions, to reserve a ride or book online now!
LBG Tour: $85.00 per rider
Scenic Ride: $75 per rider
———– LONGER RIDES ARE AVAILABLE.FOR GROUPS OF FIVE OR MORE PLEASE CALL FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS ———–
We are honored to have ridden with General Robert E. Lee & Traveler
(aka renowned re-enactor Frank Orlando and our trail horse “Gray”).
See link below…