We invite the public to tour R&R Ranch each month with a scheduled tour. Public tours are usually on Saturdays, but are occasionally offered during the week. Our public tours are complimentary however, should you wish to request a private tour for your family, group, business or association, there is a $50-200 fee depending upon the number of attendees.
Tours are generally one hour in length and include a video presentation of our horses. A lot of what we share with the public is the “before and after” images or videos of our horses prior to and during their time with us at the Ranch. Almost all of our horses have been through a lot in their lives and therefore seeing their condition as they were in the past, may be upsetting to some guests. We want you to know this upfront.
The fact that our tours are highly educational requires us to limit the ages of guests to children ages eight and above. Once the video presentation is complete, guests are welcome to meander the barn, see where our horses live and play and view our outdoor paddocks and pastures. The use of cameras and taking pictures is welcome!
We kindly ask that you do not pet the horses. Even though our horses are small, they are still horses and even the best natured horse can be unpredictable. Our number one priority is the safety of our guests as well as our horses. On occasion we may bring Martha or the other dwarfs out to visit with guests. They may be on lead ropes or we may allow them to roam freely. Therefore, we encourage close toe shoes when visiting.
Our family and staff are all fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and will not be wearing masks. We do not require visitors to wear masks IF they have been vaccinated. However, this is on the honor system. And, if you are visiting the Ranch, we pretty much assume you’re a good person and will be honest about this.
We require everyone who visits to sanitize their hands as well as stepping on our sanitization pad prior to entering the barn. Tours are held rain or shine. And, finally, we are a private property who is willing to share a glimpse into our barn and therefore, we do not offer a public restroom. Please keep this in mind.
Our Gift Shop will be open for your shopping and ability to bring home your own Martha plush, Book or any number of items that we offer, without having to pay for shipping!
To schedule a public tour, click on the link below: Please note, all public tours are completely booked through August. Please note, all public tours on our summer schedule, are full
Saturday, May 15, 2021 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094fabab2ba7fe3-rrranch
Saturday, June 19, 2021 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094fabab2ba7fe3-rrranch2
Thursday, July 1, 2021 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094fabab2ba7fe3-rrranch3
Saturday, August 14, 2021 https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094fabab2ba7fe3-rrranch4
Private Tours may only be booked one month in advance of your requested date.
Private Tour Fees
Groups of 1-9 guests $50
Groups of 10-19 $100
Groups of 20+ $200
To schedule a private tour, please send an email request with date(s) and number of people in your group to [email protected] Receiving an email response that a date is available does not guarantee your date. Once your private tour is paid for, your date is secure.
Children of all ages are welcome on Private Tours, however, please know that tours are then geared towards the youngest children’s age and awareness levels. So, for the most part, private tours involving small children, end up being “more fun” talking on their level about horses, showing them their feed, hay etc., letting them brush a mini. It does not include the power point presentation which shows our horses transformations and is very educational and quite moving.
Our tours require a lot of standing, please be aware of this when attending. You will likely be on your feet for one hour. In addition, we are not handicap accessible. However, we welcome guests of all abilities. Our driveway is made of small, chat rock and could pose a challenge to wheelchairs or persons who need assistance walking. Additionally, there is one step into the barn.