Taking a vacation with your horse is becoming more and more popular these days. Driving across the country for a week or two and exploring many miles of new trails is a great way to develop a deeper bond with your horse.
Adding a horse to the usual vacation equation does complicate things a bit, as you can probably guess. However, if you keep a few things in mind as you plan, your trip should go smoothly:
Palmquist Farm in Northern Wisconsin can provide you with those ideal lodging conditions. Whether you are just passing through the area on your way to somewhere else or you want to stay a while and explore our many miles of wooded trails, The Farm is a great place to visit. Palmquist Farm features newly remodeled indoor box stalls in addition to outdoor corrals, so your horse will be happy no matter what. And if you want to check out the facilities before you bring your horse with you, feel free to stop by for a visit. The Farm welcomes all guests, with or without horses.
Palmquist Farm has always had a rich equestrian history. From the early days of The Farm, horses did much of the farm work before modern machinery took over. Horseback riders have been coming to the farm for generations, and The Farm's own Belgian draft horses can often be seen pulling a wagon, plow, or winter sleigh. Take a look at the rest of the Palmquist Farm website for more information on what The Farm has to offer you on your next visit.
"What a great weekend. We should have stayed longer! The trails are beautiful, the food is delicious and the hospitality is unbeatable. Thank you for everything. We'll be back!" -Sandra, Marion, WI