Sunrise Horseback Rides in Amelia Island, FL

There are few better feelings in the world than waking up early enough on your beach vacation to watch the sun rise amid a beautiful view. Doing so while riding a horse down the beach will allow you to create memories that will last a lifetime. Here at Happy Trails Walking Horses, we can make that happen for you.

Sunrise & Sunset Horseback Rides in Amelia Island, FL

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Picture this: you’re on a much-needed vacation in Amelia, Island, FL. You wake up before the sun one morning, get ready, and head down to the beach where you’re greeted with guides for a sunrise horseback ride. Your horse takes you on a ginger stroll down the beach where you can watch the sun rise over the water, taking pictures as you’re carried along.

This is exactly what you’ll get when you book a guided sunrise or sunset horseback ride with Happy Trails Walking Horses – a fun and exciting morning that you’ll remember and cherish for the rest of your life.

If you’re headed to Northeast Florida or Southeastern Georgia for vacation or you live nearby and have always wanted to try a sunrise or sunset horseback ride, we recommend booking on our website at least a week in advance during the winter and at least a month early if you’re planning to come between March and Labor Day.

Your ride will begin just before dawn, the exact time of course will depend on the time of year. We ask that you show up 15 minutes early to prepare for the ride and head down to the beach parking lot. We welcome guests of all experience levels. Don’t be scared off if you’ve never ridden before, we give a quick lesson before the ride begins. From there, you’ll be assigned a horse and will begin your one-hour journey.

Happy Trails Walking Horses in Amelia Island, FL

At Happy Trails Walking Horses, we’ve been in the business of breeding friendly and beautiful Tennessee Walking Horses for a number of years. We want to make sure you have the chance to experience the magnificence of these animals as well. Many of the horses are direct descendants of Trigger, the horse Roy Rogers rode in many Western films of the 1940s and 50s.

You can remember your journey by taking your own pictures, but we can also capture photos for you. If this all sounds good to you, book a ride today!