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HORSE VACATIONS Continued from page 24


Rancho Oso Resort Santa Barbara, California


(805) 683-5687 www.RanchoOso.net


Rancho Oso Guest Ranch, a Rancho Oso Resort Rock Creek Pack Station


perfect vacation destination, is located in the beautiful back- country hills of the Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara and the Santa Ynez Valley wine country. Spectacular forest and mountain scenery combined with the rich histo- ry of Rancho Oso provide one of the most memorable riding and recreational experiences found anywhere in California. Big corrals, arena, round pen, heated pool and spa, delicious weekend meals, and camp store provide overnight guests with all the comforts of home. With unlimited access to national for- est trails and upgraded cot ages and cabins, as well as full hookup RV sites, Rancho Oso is the ideal place to board or vacation with horses.


Rock Creek Pack Station Bishop, California


(760) 872-8331 www.RockCreekPackStation.com


Get ready for a season of Rock Creek Pack Station


packing! Plan a trip for the kids that lets them experience wil- derness and learn how to ride. Experience all the beauty in the Eastern Sierra that naturally comes with Rock Creek Pack Station’s many rides, excursions and packing schools. Since 1947, Rock Creek Pack Station has been off ering wilderness and outdoor vacations in the Eastern Sierra, under the ownership of the London family. Rock Creek’s crew is dedicated to serving the public, taking care of the land, and making sure the horses and mules of the operation have happy and meaningful lives. Spend a few days tracking wild Mustangs, riding and fi sh- ing on a wilderness trail ride or helping drive the horses to the mountains on the Owens Valley Horse Drive. Plan your private all-expense trip or join an open ride. The schedule for the 2017 season is online now, so book your trip today!


Rancho Oso Resort


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