Horseback Riding At Walt Disney World

Written by Linda Alexander
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When you thought you had exhausted every recreational opportunity in Orlando, there is also horseback riding at Walt Disney World. Whether you're staying at a WDW resort hotel, or just visiting for the day, you can take a 45-minute guided trail ride at Fort Wilderness Campgrounds. It's perfect for beginners.

For reservations, you must call WDW directly. Or, you can check with your hotel concierge to see if they can arrange to get you on the tour. Two Disney cast members will guide you through the tour, with up to twenty people in a group. Horseback rides are offered several times a day.

How to Go Horseback Riding at Walt Disney World

Horseback riding at Walt Disney World doesn't get better than this. You'll arrive about half an hour before the tour begins, when you will be introduced to your horse and briefed on the rules of the trail. The tour departs from Fort Wilderness Trailblaze Corral at the Tri-Circle D Livery, which is at the campground guest services.

You can even take the kids horseback riding at Walt Disney World. The minimum age for riders is nine; as long as your kids are old enough, why not make it a family adventure? Younger kids can enjoy pony rides at Fort Wilderness. And when you're done with the ride, you can catch some of the other activities you had no idea were offered at Disney--like parasailing or waterskiing.


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