12 Mile Stables Aurora
Where are we going today?
If you love horses and the great outdoors, then you might want to keep reading, because we're going to tell you all about 12 Mile Stables in Aurora, Colorado!
12 Mile Stables have a host of tours that you can enjoy, which all revolve around those beautiful creatures taking you on some pretty awesome adventures!
First of all, the trails! With 27 miles of riding trails, you certainly will have plenty of time to enjoy your family adventure!
You can enjoy a one hour trail ride, which is great for those younger kids who want to try it for the first time.
Those who just LOVE horses can choose the 90 minute trail ride, and then there are those "special" trails! Always wanted to be a Cowboy? Then enjoy the Cowboy Ride for 2 hours, where you can channel your inner John Wayne and saddle up!
Then of course, there are a range of sunset rides that you can experience, that will not only let you see the beauty of the area, but be part of something really special as the sun sets!
For those rumbling tummies, there are sunset dinner rides where you can tuck into BBQ Beef Brisket, Cowboy Baked Beans, salad and rolls...all as the sun goes down around you. Pretty special!
If you have really little ones in the family, 12 Mile Stables have pony rides for your littlest cowboys or cowgirls. They can try out a pony perfect for their size, and those under 8s can ride double with a wrangler to ensure they are safe.
Hay rides, day camps, and riding lessons round up the fun that can be had with the family at 12 Mile Stables!
The perfect family day out to horse around!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsTrail rides from $35
- ChildrenPony rides from $35
When can we go?
Give them a call for reservations
All year round
The dinner ride has SUPER tasty foods, like BBQ Beef, chicken, potato salad, and beans. Your tummies won't go hungry there!.
It's best to take energy snacks with you so you can enjoy the entire trail ride without those empty tummies getting in the way!.
Any Top Tips?
You can have your birthday party with the pony rides! They offer picnic areas, games, cowboy hats and lots of fun!.
Doing our bit
They look after the horses and look after their guests! If you have any special needs just ask, but they have created a family friendly experience in Colorado!.
Need a little extra help?
Give them a call and discuss how they can help with any special needs you have.
You have to sign a waiver for kids under 8 riding the horses.
What people are saying?
by Angela Olson
I recently hosted my daughters 7th birthday at 12 Mile Stables. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. They took the time to educate all of the kids with proper horsemanship before each of their pony rides. The facilities were excellent and there was plenty to keep everyone entertained. I would highly recommend 12 Mile Stables. Their professionalism and the atmosphere they created was beyond exceptional. I cant wait to bring my family back out for a trail ride!
by BNH Q8
I don't know where to begin. I am a horseback rider and show jumper in California. I came to Colorado to spend my spring break over there and I was not riding that much due to the fact that I study engineering so I didn't have enough time to manage my studies and riding. I was craving to ride in Colorado as the weather is much colder there than California. So I called 12 mile stables to reserve a trail ride. I called them many times and no one picked it up most of the time but I was persistent. A man picked it up and I told him that I want to reserve...Read More
by Sarah Johnson
We've been riding at 12 Mile stables for the past year. We've had a wonderful experience every time! My son has enjoyed the week long summer camps and we've all done trail rides as a family. I would highly recommend this stable to anyone. It is very obvious they truly care about the horses, safety and clients. Wonderful place!
by Sheena Pigg
My friends and I decided we wanted to go for a trail ride and chose 12 Mile Stables. We went on the 2 hour "Cowboy Ride" and loved it. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. The horses were great and you cant beat the views. I would highly recommend 12 Mile Stables for anyone. I am a beginer and it was nice to have some one take their time and explain things to me. My friends and I are looking forward to another trail ride. Thank you 12 Mile Stables.
by Larry Taddei
Called ahead, and they gave me the wrong closing time. Next time called ahead again, and told them I had a 2 yr old - they said no problem. When we arrived, guy at the stable said 2 was too young and refused a ride (min age was higher). Obviously a very poorly run business.
by BNH Q8
I don't know where to begin. I am a horseback rider and show jumper in California. I came to Colorado to spend my spring break over there and I was not riding that much due to the fact that I study engineering so I didn't have enough time to manage my studies and riding. I was craving to ride in Colorado as the weather is much colder there than California. So I called 12 mile stables to reserve a trail ride. I called them many times and no one picked it up most of the time but I was persistent. A man picked it up and I told him that I want to reserve a trail ride for tomorrow and he said alright. So the next day when we were supposed to go for a trail ride, it was snowing so I was a little bit skeptical as I know most barns close when it is raining or snowing. But that man did not call me to inform me that trail ride was cancelled due to the snowy weather so I went to the barn hoping that I would enjoy a trail ride under the snow. My car almost got stuck in the mud. I saw a girl (Kristina) in her car, I went up to her and I told her that I was supposed to go on a trail ride today. She gave me that stupid look and said "It is snowing, no trail rides today." For some reason, I kept being persistent and I called that man again and as usual he did not pick it up. I was so angry. I left him a voice mail. Few hours later he called me back and we rescheduled for the next day. The next day, we went to the barn and my brother and I are advanced riders so we asked Kristina if it were possible for us to go trotting and cantering but she refused with rudeness. When she refused, I thought about returning home, but I drove all the way from my cabin in Evergreen (almost 1 hour drive) to just ride a horse. So I told myself that I came here for the horses not for the terrible people of this awful barn. We got on our horses who were so dirty and badly cared for. The horses seemed very tired, lazy, sad and in poor health. During the whole ride Kristina and the other guy never ever talked to me nor my brother. We felt so unwelcome. My brother asked Kristina if he could ride beside me to take the gopro camera from me and she was like "NO!!" Period. She didn't even say it in a kind way! For the first time in my entire life that we came across people who claim that they love horses and be so rude and impolite! The moment I hopped on that horse, I just wanted to be done with that trail ride as soon as possible because of the horrible attitude that these people showed towards us! I don't know if they did that because they were racist (bunch of rednecks) as my brother and I are not Americans. If there was a negative rating, I would absolutely give it to them. Overall, don't ever consider stopping by their terrible barn. Even the prices for the so-called trail ride are so expensive AND YOU WILL NOT ENJOY IT (boring as hell even for first time riders). I would not recommend any aspect of this place to any person. AVOID THIS Horrible BARN AND ITS MEAN PEOPLE. I pity their horses to be owned by such a disrespectful owner!