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Meadow Lake
All Year: Spring/Summer
Area (ha):
Persons: 2 or 3
Category: Other
Host ID: 3950
Region: Saskatchewan

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Last Updated: June 9, 2018

A wise man once said: "The world looks different from the back of a horse" See and experience our country the way it was meant to be, on horseback.

Are You a horse person? Exercising and training horses, trail rides and driving horses is what You like to do the most?
You have already experience around horse, You like doing trail rides and take care of horses and tourists?
Then our door is exactly the right one to knock on!

I own a small trail ride business with approx. 12 horses and offer trail rides and wagon rides for tourists and locals from May until September. From July until August we stay in a cabin in the Meadow Lake Provincial Park between Matheson and Vivian Lake, 20 minutes north east of Godsoil and 5 minutes west from Kimball Lake.
We do one hour to one day trail rides on scenic trails along the lake and through boreal forest with awesome wildlife (bear, eagle, deer, moose, cougar, bird, etc.)
We also offer overnight camp trips with all the trappings.

From time to time we go and help out at the neighbours with working cattle (branding, cattle drives, sorting cows and treating sick cows).
You always wanted to see and learn about the traditional cowboy way of life? This is your chance.

There are fish that wait to be caught, trails and lakes to be explored, canoes to be used and mosquito and flies to be slapped.

The cabin is very small and we have vey limited interent access. Showers are located at a nearby campground as we do not have running water in the time between July and August. If you prefer the rustic way of life you will enjoy our simple settings.

We look forward to a great summer and a whole lot fun.

Feel free to call or write us!!

(Helpers with basic horse skills and English language skills preferred).

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