Bear Creek Stables Trail RidesWe are proud to celebrate our 30th anniversary, including our 16th season partnering with the City of Lakewood to offer incredible trail rides set in the scenic foothills of Lakewood, Colorado at Bear Creek Lake Park.
Horse RentalsAt our Stable located in Bear Creek Lake Park we can accommodate small or large groups for horse rides with miles of trails set in over 2600 acres of beautiful parkland with its natural habitat, preserves and wildlife. This experience is good family fun and a great adventure.
Note: If you have a child with special needs we can accommodate you with our trained Wranglers and experienced Staff to help make this a special day for your family.
Sunset Trail RidesBear Creek Lake Park is known for it’s natural habitat, preserves and wildlife. Schedule an early evening trail ride and experience mule deer, coyote and foxes, a large population of red tailed hawk and even a pair of bald eagles who visit the park each year. Sunset rides are 1.5 hours.
First Time RidersOur Wranglers will teach you the tricks to riding horses. The horses that we use are well trained and well behaved. We take first time riders all the time. If you are a first time rider, come join us and let us show you how much fun riding can be.
What to expect
Riding Stable in Colorado
|Horseback Rides||Fee per horse|
|One Hour Ride||$40.00|
|1.5 Hour Ride||$55.00|
|Sunset Trail Ride||$65.00|
* Minimum age on trail rides is 8 years of age. Ages 1 to 7 may ride with one of the guides. Youths large enough to ride on their own may also be led on their own horse by one of the guides. Please make sure you enter the age for children 1-7 on your reservation.
* Maximum Weight is 275 pounds
* 1-7 year old children may go on a half hour pony ride for $30.00. Reservations are not required for pony rides.
* The Bear Creek Lake Park has a gate fee to enter the park. The fee is: $7.00 per vehicle .
* Sunset Trail Rides are at 6:30pm except in September where the days get shorter and then we start at 5:30pm.
Trail Rides are closed for the winter!
Trail rides start back up in April.
The prices above may not be current.
We no longer offer reservations for this adventure.
Please contact: Bear Creek Lake Park Stable at 303-697-9666
You can also contact them by email at: Office@bearcreekstablescolorado.com
What to Bring
Please dress in layers as these trail rides are in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Weather can move in quickly so dress in layers to stay warm. Jeans are best and if possible boots with a large heel. You are welcome to bring your own riding helmet or if you like, we can provide one for your ride. Helmets are not required. A windbreaker or light rain coat is also a good idea to bring along. Do not forget to apply sunscreen before your ride, drink lots of water so that you are hydrated and if necessary, eat a snack so that you will not get hungry on your ride. Sunglasses with eyeglass cord is a good idea to have along and do not forget the camera.
Tipping your Guide
Tipping of your guide is not required. If you receive a great ride with professional service, you may want to tip your guide. The amount of what you might tip your guide could follow your regular tipping practices for a nice dinner. Let you conscious be your guide. Your guide will appreciate a tip for a great ride.
Meeting Place & Time
Rides run from 9am to 7pm every day on the hour weather permitting with 9am to 6pm in September. Depending on the time of year, morning trails can be the best time of day to ride. Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled ride time.
Please see our directions and driving times in the upper right hand corner of this page. You can enter a starting location and our website will load a Google Printable Map for you and estimate your drive time.
The Bear Creek Park address is 15600 West Morrison Road, Morrison, Colorado, please note that this address will not work with smart phones because the stable is in the park. Take the Morrison road exit from C470, go east 1/4 mile. Use the Bear Creek Lake Park entrance. Follow signs to stable.