What to Do at Falcon Beach Ranch?
Friendly ambience and peaceful surroundings beckon visitors to the Falcom Beach Ranch. Go on trail rides, pony rides, or wagon rides and soak up the fresh air or go horseback riding. Those who want to extend their stay can rent their log cabins overnight or camp.
In winter, go on horse-drawn sleigh, or ride the toboggan. Visitors to the ranch can access the snowmobile trails of the Whiteshell Provincial Park.
The ranch also offers summer camps, private riding lessons as well as a number of speciality rides such as overnight, breakfast, steak cookout, wilderness cookout and birthdays. The ranch also offers horse boarding facilities.
Celebrate your birthday party at the Ranch.
Falcon Beach Ranch is owned and operated by Imrie Family.
When to visit Falcon Beach Ranch?
Open year-round. – Activities vary depending on the season.
Types of payment accepted – Mastercard, Visa, Cash.
Time required to visit:
1 – 4 hrs, depending on activity
How much will it cost to visit Falcon Beach Ranch?
Trail ride (1 hour): $35 – $49; Trail ride (40 minute): $26 – $40; Pony ride: $10 – $22
Pony rides: $10 – $22
Wagon ride: $12 – $16 (Minimum price required – $125)
Sleigh ride: $12 – $16 (Minimum price required – $125); Sleigh ride excursion: $16 – $22 (Minimum price required – $175)
Cabin rental: 2 adults $120 – $175; one extra adult $30; each extra child (2-17) $10.
How to get tickets?
1-877-949-2410 (TOLL FREE WITHIN CANADA)
Email: [email protected]
How to get to Falcon Beach Ranch?
Situated in the beautiful, rugged Whiteshell Provincial Park at Falcon Lake, Falcon Beach Ranch is an easy 75 minute drive east of Winnipeg, on Highway # 1.
Lot 83 Barren Lake Road, Falcon Lake, MB R0E 0N0
Lat: 49.691363, Lon: -95.335396
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Parking: Free Parking
What about amenities and accessibility?
All riders wear long pants and covered shoes. Bags, purses, and large cameras cannot be taken on rides for safety reasons.
Parents or Guardians must sign a waiver for children under 18 years old.
Riders 6 to 8 years old can be led by a guide on their own horse at the discretion of the trail guides. Younger children may ride double with their parents. Weight, size, and ability limitations may apply.
Children 14 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult.