You Can Explore The “Longest” Beach In Washington On Horseback For Only $27
Get your beach fix, but on a horse!
The Evergreen State's outdoorsy traditions include everything from staying in envious floating cabins on the lake to exploring rainforests and volcanoes. But have you ever considered horseriding on the beach with nothing but the wind in your hair? If you're looking for unique experiences in Washington state, this one should be high up on your list and it's only $27!
This offer costs $27 for a one-hour ride for one person, $55 for two people, and $109 for four.
There are various time slots throughout the day to choose from, but we recommend being an early-riser for this so your ponies are energetic. Reservations are also recommended.
According to their website, they are open on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. More details are provided here.
You can only buy one coupon per person and one as a gift — and that makes it the perfect treat for aadventure. But it expires 120 days after purchase, so you'll need to redeem it fast.
It includes a five-mile guidedtour on the beach with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and the rugged shorelines.
People are attracted to this spot not only because you can drive on soft sand and longest beach in the United States!, but it's also reportedly the
While it requires the rider to be six years or older and there's a weight limit of 275 pounds, if you are new to the saddle, no worries.
There are trained instructors who know the equines' quirks and lay of the land including the shifting sands, and they'll steer you on your journey.
Either way, we think this is a cuteand something that'll go down in your Hall of Memories fame.
West Coast Horse Rides
Price: $27 per person for an hour
Address: 308 Sid Snyder Drive West, Long Beach, WA
Why You Need To Go: You can explore the longest beach in U.S. on horseback for only $27.
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