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|Getting There |||One block east of 200th Street and 8th Avenue.|
Profile Last Updated: August 28, 2008
Take a trail ride in the lovely Campbell Valley Park, offering 1,400 acres of pristine new forest in Langley. The Campbell River runs through the park’s valley, contributing to the equestrian nature park’s inviting environment. In the centre of the park is a walking trail, while the equestrian trail has been specially built around the perimeter.
The Langley 204 Equestrian Centre ensures that you ride the best possible horses. Teresa, who owns Langley 204, has trained and competed in the horse industry for decades. She and the many volunteers at 204 feel it’s important to offer properly schooled horses. In turn, they can be sure that you will enjoy and appreciate these wonderful rides. If you’ve never ridden before, you're welcome to visit, but it is necessary to take a lesson or two to ensure your safety and that of the horses before you go on the trail. Both Western and English saddles are available.
Ride With a Buddy
Trail rides here aren’t of the usual variety. At Langley 204 the majority of riders are regulars who’ve learned the trail and are accustomed to being on horseback. New riders head out with a buddy, a regular, experienced rider who can pass on what they’ve learned about good horsemanship. Above all, the centre wants to be certain that their horses are being well cared for. When riders are confident and seasoned, they may ride out alone. Junior riders must be at least 10 years old with some riding experience to go on the trail, and eight years old to have a lesson. Little ones can enjoy pony lead lines. Reservations are a must! To guarantee that your chosen riding time can be set aside, and that a horse is available that’s appropriate for your size and experience, you need to make a reservation ahead of time!
Take Note: Reservations required – a credit card number is required to hold the time.