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Wild Horse Sanctuary

#1 of 2 things to do in Shingletown Features Animals
Shingletown, CA 96088-0030
+1 530-335-2241
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I can't say enough good about the Wild Horse Sanctuary. From start to finish, this group of horse... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Angela W
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Shingletown, California
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If you love horses, this trip is a must.

I have been on a trail ride at the Wild Horse Sanctuary every year for nearly 2 decades. The people... read more

Reviewed 29 June 2016
Linda M
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San Francisco
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A haven for 80 wild horses.
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28 Jun 2016
“If you love horses, this trip is a must.”
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Shingletown, CA 96088-0030
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+1 530-335-2241
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I can't say enough good about the Wild Horse Sanctuary. From start to finish, this group of horse lovers have made a huge impact for our BLM Wildhorse Problems. Every horse on the thousands of acres here owe their life to Diana and her band...More

Thank Angela W
Reviewed 29 June 2016

I have been on a trail ride at the Wild Horse Sanctuary every year for nearly 2 decades. The people here make all the difference. Diane and Ted are the stewards of the magical place and and it is their love for the land and...More

3  Thank Linda M
Reviewed 17 September 2015

My daughter and I enjoyed one of the weekend horse back rides from the main ranch house to the camp and return to see the wild horses. The volunteer guides were great! They were generous sharing knowledge of wild horses and local terrain, and prepared...More

1  Thank Alm0stReady
Reviewed 24 May 2015

Had this place to myself on the Wednesday that I went. An Australian girl showed me around for awhile and took me into the pen with the wild horses so I could take some pictures and then she left me outside of the fences so...More

1  Thank BeckyAurora
Reviewed 6 May 2014

We just returned from a wonderful weekend ride. We celebrated my daughters 12th birthday. A terrific adventure for a horse loving young lady. We will treasure the memories always!!!! Thank you for a great time on the range :-)

Thank Adrianna S
Reviewed 15 October 2013

Dedicated people doing marvelous work to rescue wild horses who otherwise would be "culled" by the Bureau of Land Management. They are only open for drop-in visitors on weekend hours, so check ahead or make an appointment. We had a tour with an amazing viewing...More

1  Thank Melkwen
Reviewed 18 August 2013

This was a highlight of our time near Mt. Lassen. If you're in the area and have any interest in animals, the Wild Horse Sanctuary is well worth a visit. We had a chance to see up close several groups of wild horses that had...More

2  Thank Tom L
Reviewed 19 May 2013

What a great place that does such great work. 300 rescued horses, many from BLM land that might otherwise be killed if not given this home. If you love horses, you'll want to stop at this unique place to see the great work that they...More

Thank tasha1197
Reviewed 22 August 2012

We showed up even though it wasn't within their "open window" but were escorted around nonetheless by a very knowledgeable apprentice. Great to see the horses and what they are doing there to save and support a dying breed. Visit if you can and contribute...More

2  Thank CopperPenny33
Reviewed 2 July 2012

I had read about this place a few years ago in the NY Times travel section and made it a goal to experience this. It was definitely worth it and exceeded all my expectations. The wild horses were amazing, beautiful and in their natural element....More

2  Thank pinkhorse
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