Grandfather Stables

Welcome to a beautiful & friendly equestrian center

Grandfather Stables closed 18th-22nd for horseback riding and lesson. Reopen the 23rd of July.

Please reserve your horseback ride 1 day prior (scroll down & click Book Now). Please read the guidelines of our horseback rides (click the horseback riding section). Visiting today only stop-in or call-in for availability. 2018 Summer Camp information & registration (scroll down)

Grandfather Stables is focused on the well being of horses as well as the people who adore horses as much as we do! The stable is family owned and beautiful mountains surround the valley setting. We engage in natural horsemanship to develop important habits and skills for a balanced relationship with horses. LW Horsemanship is progressive for riders and horses of any level, discipline, riding ( English, Western, etc.) Grandfather Stables offers boarding, natural horsemanship lessons and training. We offer horseback rides as a way for you to be able to enjoy horses here in the Appalachian Mountains. Horseback riding can be a great way to spend time with loved ones or friends.

~A Natural and Classical way to help horses and their people~
On and off site- Equestrian (Horsemanship) training
English/Western lessons, riding camps and clinics
Solutions to Behavioral issues and relationship refinement

Guided Horseback rides/Trail Rides
1 hour ride any level (novice to advanced) 8+
1 hour or longer rider for (intermediate to advanced) 12+
Pony rides (Any Age) 10 to 15 mins
Special Occasions: Proposal, Birthdays

Arabian Horses & other breeds
Arabian Stallions
Arabian Mares
Mares & Geldings
Horses for sale & leasing to students

(828) 963 5000

Visit Hrs
10am to 4pm
Not responsible for accidentes

For any questions about Grandfather stables please email or call:
Please contact early for no delay response! (828)-963-5000

For scheduling a lesson please contact Lesley Wooten

Any information is Subject to change

534 Church Hollow Rd
Grandfather Mountain/Foscoe Community
Hwy 105 between Boone and Banner Elk

Visit Hours:
10am to 5pm