Question & Answer:


When are you open?
A: We are an all season stable open year-round.

Our main season (Summer) from June - October trail times begin at 8:30am and continue to 3:00pm and are based on a 1st-come 1st-serve basis.

Our alternate season (Winter) from November - May we are open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday with trail times of 11:00am and 1:00pm by reservation, we prefer reservations at least one (1) day in advance.

Do I need to make a reservation?
A: We operate on a 1st-come 1st-serve basis, except during the alternate season (Winter) at which time a reservation at least one (1) day in advance is requested. We do recommend reservations for Girl Scout badges and groups of six (6) or more.

When is the best time of the day to ride?
A: All rides regardless of time of day are a wonderful and memorable experience.

What about bad weather?
A: We are an all weather stable, trail conditions do vary by season. Please dress appropriately for the time of the year. During the winter months call at least one (1) day in advance for reservations and trail conditions.

Does Kurtz Corral offer any group discounts?
A: Receive $5 off your ride when you provide a completed 'Release Form'.
Click Here to view and fill out our release form

Do you offer gift certificates?
A: Yes. Please contact us at (920) 743-6742 for more details.

What should I do upon arrival at the stable?
A: Please come to the office to check-in and register. If you are under 18 years of age the 'Release Form' must be filled out by a parent or legal guardian. 'Release Forms' may also be printed out from our website and filled out prior to your arrival. Riders not accompanied by their parent or legal guardian must have a completed 'Release Form' prior to riding. Special requests and needs will be addressed by our staff at time of registration.

Do I have to fill out any type of release form?
A: Yes, everyone that rides MUST complete our a 'Release Form'. To expedite the check-in process we suggest you print out and complete our Release Form prior to your arrival.
Click Here to view and fill out our release form

How should I dress?
A: Long pants, durable boots or shoes with a 1" heel are preferred. Tennis shoes are usually acceptable. Please no open toed shoes. For safety, no carry on objects, cameras, phones, etc, should be used during your ride.

Do I have to wear a helmet?
A: We require that everyone wear a helmet (we supply them.) You may bring your own helmet which will be subject to staff approval prior to riding.

Are the rides guided?
A: Yes. For your safety all of our trail rides are led by a skillfully trained trail guide.

How long does a trail ride last?
A: This varies by trail type. Please refer to the Our Rides page for more information.

Can I ride if I am pregnant?
A: No, for the safety of mother and baby it is not allowed.

Do you have a weight limit?
A: In order to ensure you experience the safest and most enjoyable ride possible our guides observe you on your horse during a circuit in the riding ring. Any concerns will be addressed at this time by our skillfully trained staff.

Do you have an age limit?
A: We do not have an age limit for our riders. Our registration office will assist in determining the best ride for each rider based on aptitude and experience.

Can my grandmother ride?
A: Horseback riding may not be suitable for individuals with arthritic conditions, joint replacements, back injuries, or those advanced in age.

Can we ride double?
A: For the comfort of our horses absolutely NO double riding is allowed.

Do I need experience to ride?
A: No, we provide basic instruction via our 5-Point Briefing before your ride. Skillfully trained trail guides are assigned to lead all trail rides.

What type of riding do you offer?
A: All of our rides are western.

What is the pace of the ride?
A: Our rides consist of arena, walk or walk and trot.

Do you offer boarding for horses?
A: Although we do not offer horse boarding at our stable, we can recommend a stable in the area that may suit your needs.