One of the largest riding stables in Kentucky, the Jesse James Riding Stables, Cave City is one enjoyable place. Spread over a wooded area of over 500 acres, this place consists of riding trails different lengths and various difficulty levels which take the riders through a beautiful valley in the heart of the Cave City. You don’t need to worry even if you are not an expert rider, this park provides the facility of availing guided trails every day from 9 am to 6 pm. So, round up your gang and head to the Jesse James Riding Stables, Cave City for an exciting time!
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Jesse James Riding Stables Reviews & Ratings
A decent place to go horseback riding on some great well behaved and well fed horses! The trails are amazing! Definitely need to update fall hours on google and work on morning customer service. (Not from tour guide but the man who did the paperwork)
Very fun and interesting place. I didn't like that we were just walking in a circle but I understand it's not their fault it's the insurance company. Our guide was super nice and helpful.
This place was amazing! I brought my 6 year old son and our guide made his day! She was so much fun and helpful with instructing us through the whole ride. I will definitely be going back!
Went on a trail ride today and we had Andrea as our tour guide. She was fantastic. Our experience was great start to finish.
I have mixed feelings. The trail was really beautiful and the staff very nice. All the horses except one were well behaved. The one horse was so bad the guide had to dismount several times to grab and lead it back onto the trail. They only allow riders to use the mounting block to mount the horses. They said their insurance company doesn't allow them to use it for dismounting because people can fall. This was difficult for me because I have problems with my right foot and ALWAYS use a mounting block or platform when I ride. I'll be damned if my foot didn't give out and I fell. Spent the next day with an awful back ache. My suggestion would be that they build a platform.